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Berklee Online announces first Master of Music in Film Scoring programme

Following the launch of its first online Master’s degree programmes in 2018, Berklee Online has now announced its new Master of Music in Film Scoring programme. The programme – which will officially start in January 2020, with applications launching on May 13 – aims to provide students with the skills …

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Sound Insight: Donal Hodgson on using DPA Microphones

Donal Hodgson has been a sound engineer, mixer and Pro Tools expert for more than 25 years, working in recording studios and in live environments. During his career he has participated in numerous high profile projects for artists as diverse as Tina Turner, Duran Duran, Brian Wilson, Richard Ashcroft, Mirwais …

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‘The Studios That Became a Legend’: Abbey Road to offer rare studio tours

Abbey Road Studios is offering Beatles fans and studio enthusiasts a special opportunity to go inside the world famous recording facility this summer. ‘The Studios That Became a Legend’ tour will kick off on August 8-18, 50 years on from the release of The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ album and exactly …

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Game Audio: Demystifying Total War Music

Creative Assembly’s Audio Director Richard Beddow gives us an overview of the creative processes behind award-winning scores like those seen in the Total War video game series… — For those not familiar with the multi award-winning Total War range of video games, Total War is a turn-based strategy game, featuring …

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Artnovion expands sound absorption lineup

Portugese acoustic treatment specialists Artnovion (distributed in the UK by Audio-Technica) recently unveiled two new product ranges at Prolight + Sound 2019. Orion – the latest addition to the company’s Pro Audio and Studio range – is the culmination of extensive research into the optimisation of MLS sequences for calibrated …

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Sonarworks reveals additional headphone profiles for Reference 4

Sonarworks has just announced the latest additions to its list of supported headphone models for Reference 4, its award-winning sound calibration software. The new models include offerings from major brands like AKG, Focusrite, Pioneer, and Sennheiser, many of which have been added due to user feedback and bring the total …

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Engineer Profile: In the mix with Wes Maebe

Colby Ramsey speaks to award-winning mixing and mastering engineer Wes Maebe about his gear, workflow and the changes he’s seen in the music recording industry… — Born and raised in Belgium, Wes “Wesonator” Maebe moved to London to study audio technology in 1998, returning to live here in 2003. Initially …

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Sonarworks and Focusrite to offer free Reference 4 Headphone Edition license

European audio software company Sonarworks is offering Focusrite users a free software license of Reference 4 Headphone Edition for those who register their Focusrite hardware products with Focusrite’s Plug-In Collective before May 2, 2019. New Focusrite hardware users need only register an account on the Focusrite website, while existing users …

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