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SoundGirls announces The Ethel Gabriel Scholarship

SoundGirls is recognising music producer Ethel Gabriel’s contributions to the music industry and for paving the way for future generations of women working in music production. In honour of Ethel Gabriel, SoundGirls will be awarding two $500 scholarships to members pursuing a career in the recording arts. These scholarships will …

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New SSL AWS console for Ride frontman Mark Gardener

Mark Gardener – the frontman and guitarist for British alt rock band Ride – has opened OX4 Sound, a new multi-room facility in Oxfordshire with an SSL AWS 948 console as its centrepiece. The opening comes as Ride are about to release a new record: “It constantly surprises me, the …

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James Towler adds Focusrite RedNet to studio and live setup

Audio professional James Towler has been relying on products from Focusrite’s RedNet range – including the Red 8Pre 64-In/64-Out Thunderbolt 2 and Pro Tools | HD compatible audio interface – for his live and studio work as Steve Winwood’s in-house engineer and beyond. “In Steve Winwood’s private facility, we cover …

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BBC Studioworks bolsters comms infrastructure with Riedel

BBC Studioworks has made a significant investment in new technology across its portfolio, upgrading the communications in Studios 8 and 9 of its Elstree hub with Riedel Artist and Riedel Bolero wireless talkback systems. Key improvements include: – 24 Bolero belt packs per studio with six duplex channels, which are …

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Studio Technologies reveals new Dante intercom beltpacks

Studio Technologies has introduced two new Dante-enabled intercom beltpacks, the Model 372A and Model 373A. Both units, which combine a single talk channel with two channels of listen, are capable of supporting professional and consumer-grade, single- and dual-channel headsets with superior audio quality. The Model 372A is intended to connect …

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Verizon upgrades to IP with Lawo technology

As part of ongoing upgrades and developments to its studio facilities, Verizon Media – the Verizon digital-media division combining AOL and Yahoo! – has taken delivery of three mc²36 audio production consoles and a Nova37 Hybrid IP/MADI Plug&Play Audio Router for its studio facilities from German IP broadcast technology specialist, …

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Jumbuck embraces immersive audio with help from White Mark

Acoustic design consultancy White Mark has helped London-based audio post production house Jumbuck embrace the latest in immersive audio formats by transforming its main studio into a fully Dolby Atmos capable facility. Established in 2001, the company is headed by Glenn Calder, Richard Davey and Anne Pamphilon. Jumbuck works across …

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Nicholas Lloyd-Webber chooses Audient console for new studio complex

An Audient ASP8024 Heritage Edition console was recently installed in Nicholas Lloyd-Webber’s brand new central London recording facility. He describes the five-room complex which is now up and running as “a wonderful studio. It’s incredibly flexible whether it be for tracking, mixing or working to picture in all of the …

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PMC demos Dolby Atmos music at High End Munich

UK loudspeaker manufacturer PMC was the toast of this year’s High End Munich international hi-fi event with its Dolby Atmos music demos. The company remixed tracks from Miles Davis’ 1959 jazz album Kind of Blue and his 1960 Sketches of Spain in Dolby Atmos. PMC was given special permission by …

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Lewitt Audio begins shipping most affordable condensers yet

Lewitt has announced that the LCT 040 MATCH and LCT 140 AIR are now available in stores worldwide. The two models from the Austrian manufacturer were first unveiled at January’s NAMM Show. Encompassing a broad range of small and large-diaphragm condenser and tube microphones, the Lewitt LCT series is designed …

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