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New recording studio opens at former RAF base

Top recording artists are being invited to make music in the north Norfolk countryside at a new studio which has been built on an old RAF base. Twins Dane and Kyle Corby, 32, and their photographer brother Calum, 28, have spent about £30,000 on equipment at the Lightning professional recording …

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Major California University installs new 24-channel Audient console

California State University, Chico has recently upgraded its facilities and installed a 24-channel ASP8024-HE mixing console from Audient. Dann Sargent, Recording Arts program coordinator explained the setup. “We run 24/7 with two full studios, one mix/dub studio, two mix/edit suites and one electronic music studio, along with a mobile recording …

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Waves Audio V11 plugins now available

The new version of plugins from Waves Audio has arrived. By updating to V11, users can benefit from future-proofing their sessions, ensure continued compatibility with the latest DAWs and operating systems (including macOS 10.15 Catalina), enjoy plugin performance improvement and full technical support, receive new plugins added to premium bundles, …

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Genelec opens Berlin Experience Centre

Genelec has opened a Genelec Experience Centre in central Berlin – a brand new demonstration facility designed to provide visitors with a high quality critical listening environment from stereo to immersive, and allows the Finnish manufacturer to showcase its wide range of studio monitors and AV and Home Audio loudspeakers. …

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Spitfire Audio partners with BBC Symphony Orchestra

British music technology company Spitfire Audio is partnering with the BBC Symphony Orchestra to create a definitive library of orchestral sounds, and make it accessible to the next generation of aspiring composers. Spitfire Audio specialises in creating high quality virtual instruments and sample libraries in collaboration with the world’s best …

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Brazil’s R3 Estudio Movel equips OB van with Calrec Artemis for live music

Såo Paulo-based R3 Estudio Movel has chosen a Calrec Artemis Ray audio console for its OB truck, dubbed PowerTruck, focussing on the recording and mixing of audio for live broadcasts as well as music DVDs and streaming outlets. Isaías Rosa, R3’s recording/mixing engineer and multi-Latin Grammy nominee, says that when …

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London’s Royal Academy of Arts chooses DPA Microphones for new lecture theatre

A selection of DPA microphones are now being used for events such as lectures, panel discussions, filming, live streaming and podcasts at London’s Royal Academy of Arts. From its unique double-height dimensions to the extensive use of reflective marble surfaces used during its construction, the Royal Academy of Art’s new …

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Review: IsoAcoustics Iso-Puck Mini

Jerry Ibbotson gives us his verdict on this handy little studio tool… — It’s amazing how, even after spending vast sums of money on a studio build, there are always things that can be improved. I can remember on more than one occasion, walking into a real smart studio to …

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Drummer Joe Clegg launches ‘You’re So Hybrid’ video series

Drummer Joe Clegg has launched his ‘You’re So Hybrid!’ video series, an introduction to using Ableton Live with electronic drums for live music performance. Clegg, known for his long standing collaboration with Brit Award winner Ellie Goulding, is also the musical director for Grammy Award winners Clean Bandit and live …

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AES 2019: SSL previews next-gen analogue studio console

Solid State Logic (SSL) has announced the first preview of its ORIGIN analogue console at AES NY 2019. As the latest in a long heritage of SSL studio mixing consoles, ORIGIN has traditional analogue studio workflow at its heart whilst providing the perfect partner for a modern DAW driven ‘hybrid’ …

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