We might only just be making our way into Spring, but here in the UK the sun has begun to slowly emerge and people are gearing up for the Summer months.
In celebration of getting outside, the April issue of Audio Media includes a number of features on recording great audio on the go.
In our main feature this month, Jerry Ibbotson explores the world of audio for DSLR film production looking at ways to match your camera's HD video with equally high-quality audio.
Will Strauss returns with another broadcast audio masterclass this time canvasing three top drama location recordists to find out their best tips for capturing sound on location.
This month's technology focus also looks at audio recorders, covering everything from handhelds through to installation recorders from a number of top manufacturers.
Moving away from recording on the go, Kevin Hilton investigates the current state of broadcast audio loudness standards around the globe while Jake Young visits the Tileyard Studios complex in Kings Cross, a 72-room facility that is the home of Mark Ronson, MTA Records, Basement Jaxx, and more.
Also in this issue, we round up the new gear to come out of Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt, chat with Red Bull Studios London's head engineer Brendon Harding, and focus in on the pro audio industry in India.
As always, the April issue is loaded full of real world reviews and this month our faithful reviewers take on Waves Audio's Abbey Road J37 Tape plug-in, the much-anticipated Softubes Console 1, RME's MADIface XT, the new Sennhesier HDM Pro HD25 headphones, and the Neumann KH 310 A studio monitors.