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Recipients of Audient supported UCA ‘Women In Music’ Scholarship announced

Three students enrolling on the BA/BSc (Hons) Music Composition & Technology course at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) have been awarded UCA’s Women in Music Scholarship, with one also selected to receive equipment from music technology specialists, Audient. Eleanor Hobby, Rael Kōiv, and Alison Wade-Gudgin, all entering their …

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Read the October issue of AMI online now

The October issue of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, Jerry Ibbotson investigates the world of Audio-over-IP to see how many big players in pro audio are taking advantage of emerging protocols to streamline their workflows. Meanwhile we hear from Orfeas Boteas, CEO of …

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AES 2019 to run Immersive Audio and “Audio Repair and Restoration” training workshops

The AES New York 2019 Pro Audio Convention has slated two hands-on training workshops on the final day of the Convention, October 19. Covering the latest cutting-edge tools and technologies in immersive audio production, the Convention will host an “Ambisonics Tools for Immersive Audio Capture and Post-Production” workshop from 9:00 …

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PLASA 2019 Preview

The PLASA Show has announced huge support from the audio industry with L-Acoustics, CODA Audio, d&b audiotechnik and Void Acoustics among the brands supporting the event at London Olympia from 15-17 September. PLASA has also doubled the amount of audio demonstrations on offer, including three exclusive ‘Audio Lounges’, as well …

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Audio-Technica appointed MotoGP mic solutions provider

Audio-Technica has been appointed as the official microphone services solution provider to MotoGP, the Grand Prix motorcycle racing Championship with 19 Grands Prix held at race circuits around the world every year. The appointment is made by Dorna Sport S.L., the commercial rights holder of MotoGP. Dorna’s Media Content and …

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PMC launches ‘Sound For The Future’ scholarship with the AES

UK loudspeaker manufacturer PMC has established the Sound For The Future Scholarship, in association with the Audio Engineering Society Education Foundation. The $5,000 prize will be given annually to an audio engineering graduate who is also a member of the AES. Tim Ireland, CEO for PMC, said: “As a company, …

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Dynaudio opens new Experience Center in the US

Danish loudspeaker manufacturer Dynaudio celebrated the grand opening of its new headquarters for North and South American operations with its Annual Rep Summit last month in the Chicago suburb of Northbrook, Illinois. The 25,000-square-foot facility is dedicated largely to the new Dynaudio Experience Center, which will be utilised for product …

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Read the September issue of AMI online now

The September edition of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, Andy Coules talks us through Madness’ anniversary gig at London’s Kenwood House, and Colby Ramsey speaks to sound designer Chiara Luzzana about her THE SOUND OF CITY project. In our Installation Profile, we find …

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Prism Sound Test & Measurement relaunches

Prism Sound’s Test & Measurement division has relaunched itself specialising exclusively in audio test & measurement solutions and trading under the new name of Spectral Measurement. The move follows the recent announcement that Prism Sound’s Music and Post Production division, which incorporates SADiE, has joined forces with the US-based Tracktion …

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Propellerhead becomes Reason Studios; unveils Reason 11 as a plugin

Propellerhead Software has changed its name to Reason Studios and announced a major update to its flagship music-making software, Reason. Reason 11 includes the Reason Rack Plugin, on top of a number of updates to its standalone music making software. “The rack of devices has always been the core of …

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