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The September edition of Audio Media International is now available online.

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We’re really proud to feature an interview with legendary producer and engineer Prince Charles Alexander, who has worked on recordings by The Notorious B.I.G. and many others.

With the summer festival season slowly becoming a distant memory, we’re gearing up for two of the most significant trade shows in the business, Amsterdam’s IBC and London’s PLASA, both of which take place in September and for which you’ll find previews on pages 7 and 9 of this magazine. 

We hear from the organisers about what their respective events have to offer and how you can make the most of them as an attendee. Both PLASA and IBC feature stellar line-ups of conference panels, talks, technology showcases and software and hardware demonstrations, so whether you live locally to either of these events or make the journey from where you live, we hope you’re able to get as much out of these shows as we always do! 

Elsewhere in the magazine on, page 13, Grand Central Recording Studios (GCRS) engineer and GCVRS technical lead Steve Lane explores the phenomonon of Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR). 

Following that, Focusrite senior technical support engineer Jack Cole shares his views on the benefits of making the move to Audio over IP-based solutions and adds that the implementation of AoIP tech in an existing set up isn’t as complicated as some may think. 

Also in this issue, Stephen Bennett reports on the latest developments in Audio over IP technology, featuring representatives from Focusrite, Genelec, Merging Technologies, Martin Audio and more. We also have an AoIP-themed product focus. 

In the reviews section, mastering engineer Nigel Palmer tests the new high-end 8c loudspeaker from Netherlandsbased Dutch & Dutch, with other reviews of products from Universal Audio, QSC and PreSonus. And last, but not least, in our regular pro spotlight feature on the back page you will find a Q&A with Womens Audio Mission staff engineer and instructor Veronica Simonetti. We hope you enjoy the issue!

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