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IsoAcoustics reveals ISO-PUCK mini

Following on from its award-winning ISO-PUCK and ISO Stands, IsoAcoustics has introduced the ISO-PUCK mini, its latest approach to speaker isolation. Designed for smaller speakers and studio monitors, ISO-PUCK mini is a versatile isolation tool designed to eliminate vibrations and improve the clarity and focus of speakers and monitors both in …

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Lifting the lid on DiGiCo/KLANG’s immersive IEM integration

Stephen Bennett speaks to DiGiCo’s Austin Freshwater about the integration of KLANG’s immersive in-ear monitoring system into the company’s console software… — One of the strangest things I found when I started to play live music was that the all-important monitoring systems always seemed to be set up to fire …

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Size Matters: Inside the Royal Albert Hall’s record-breaking speaker install

AMI finds out more about the colossal loudspeaker install at the Royal Albert Hall, which features an immersive d&b audiotechnik Soundscape system… — Over the past two years, London’s Royal Albert Hall has spent over £2 million on the biggest change to its audio system since Jimi Hendrix and Pink …

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Broadcast Profile: 120Db on using Solid State Logic’s System T

AMI speaks to Michał “Mikers” Mika of Polish broadcast audio specialist 120Db, who have been getting to grips with SSL’s System T… — What services do you offer and what kind of clients do you work with? Michał: 120dB Sound Engineering has been around since 2012. I first started working …

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Tech Talk: Comparing analogue and digital wireless systems

Audio-Technica’s Marketing Director and former long-serving EMEA Product Manager, Alex Lepges, weighs up the pros and cons of analogue and digital wireless systems… — There is somewhat of a misperception between physics and products in the market at the moment. While it’s always been more efficient to use analogue if …

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Read the May | June issue of AMI online now

The May | June edition of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, Colby Ramsey gets a tour of the University for the Creative Arts’ new media recording facility and 7.1.2 dubbing suite. Game Audio features make a comeback as the Ubisoft Massive sound team …

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BishopSound makes Glastonbury debut

BishopSound, the young UK PA company, is making its debut at the Glastonbury Festival 2019, Wed 26-Sun 30 June. BishopSound speakers are to be used exclusively on a new stage being run by the long-established Glastonbury suppliers, Bristol-based A1 Entertainments. For the brand new stage, which will be used to …

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Antelope unveils Synergy Core FX platform with new Discrete interfaces

Antelope Audio has introduced its Synergy Core next-generation signal processing platform via revamps of its real-time FPGA FX-facilitating Discrete 4 and Discrete 8 audio interfaces. The interfaces are now named Discrete 4 Synergy Core and Discrete 8 Synergy Core, albeit respectively retaining the Thunderbolt and USB Interface with four discrete …

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L-Acoustics expands A Series with install-specific range

Following the launch of the new A Series medium-throw line source earlier this year at Prolight + Sound, L-Acoustics announced the upcoming debut of install-specific versions of the full A Series at InfoComm in Orlando, FL last week. A Series offers adjustable coverage options, with the A15i Focus achieving a …

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InfoComm 2019: NEXO debuts first 12” point source cabinet

NEXO unveiled its new P12 loudspeaker at Infocomm in Orlando, FL this week. The P12 – NEXO’s first 12” enclosure – is an all-purpose point-source cabinet designed to deliver at front-of-house, on stage, and as part of a distributed system. Inside the curvilinear enclosure of custom birch and poplar plywood, …

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