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The Focusrite Group acquires ADAM Audio

The Focusrite Group, which comprises the Focusrite, Focusrite Pro, Novation and Ampify Music brands, has acquired leading studio monitor company, ADAM Audio GmbH of Berlin, Germany. It marks the first acquisition for The Focusrite Group since going public in 2014. “I am delighted that we have an important new addition …

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The Psychology of Mixing

Dom Morley takes a look at the mental aspect of mixing and explains why it is important to maintain a balance… — I love a technical discussion as much as the next person, but I think it’s worth pausing every now and then to think about the psychological aspect of …

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ADAM Audio starts shipping T10S active 10” subwoofer

ADAM Audio has announced availability of the T10S, its latest compact active 10′′ subwoofer equipped with a 130-Watt, Class D amplifier designed to extend the bass response of the company’s T Series studio monitor speakers. Incorporating high-quality, low-noise OP amps, the T10S has been designed to offer clean, contoured bass …

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Waves and Abbey Road unveil the Abbey Road Studio 3 Plugin

Waves Audio has introduced the Abbey Road Studio 3 plugin, created in collaboration with Abbey Road Studios and powered by Waves Nx immersive audio technology. The Waves Abbey Road Studio 3 plugin brings the acoustics of the legendary Abbey Road Studio 3 Control Room to any set of headphones. With …

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Mu-Mu Audio chooses RME Fireface 802 for reverb system ‘Nebula’

Musicians/engineers Matthew Devenish and Paul Jones of Mu-Mu Audio are using an RME Fireface 802 audio interface as part of their artificial reverb system they call ‘Nebula’, which they recently designed in order to enhance the sound of acoustic spaces during live performance. Mu-Mu Audio is a location-based recording and …

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Digital Catapult and BPI to host immersive Surroundscapes event

Digital Catapult, in collaboration with record labels body the BPI and its BPI Innovation Hub,  will host an immersive content ‘Surroundscapes’ showcase event on July 17. The event will combine audio with virtual and augmented reality technology to demonstrate the power of richer sound in immersive content and standalone augmented …

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Focusrite launches 3rd generation Scarlett USB range

Focusrite has announced the third generation of its Scarlett range of USB interfaces. The updated range features six configurations of ins and outs with the best performing Scarlett mic preamps to date, high headroom instrument inputs, and high-performance converters. The 24-bit/192kHz converters make for clear recordings, whilst Air mode breathes …

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Report: Headphone sales to see robust hike as manufacturers focus on distribution

The increasing trend of mobile shopping, E-banking, and bringing your own device (BYOD) is driving the global demand for smartphones and tablets, which is, in turn, boosting the technologically advanced devices, such as Wi-Fi enabled devices, in the earphones and headphones market. This is according to a new report on …

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Zylia to host pop-up recording studio and 3D audio demo at La Roche Bluegrass Festival

Zylia will host a pop-up recording studio and an exhibition booth at the La Roche Bluegrass Festival, the largest European festival dedicated exclusively to bluegrass music. At the free festival, July 31 – Aug 4 at La Roche-sur-Foron in France, Zylia will showcase its ZYLIA ZM-1 third-order Ambisonics microphone and …

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Sonarworks adds new supported headphone models to Reference 4

Latvian audio software developer Sonarworks has announced the addition of 17 new supported headphone models for its audio calibration software Reference 4. The addition of these new models – which include headphones from existing supported manufacturers such as Sony, Sennheiser, and JBL as well as new additions from House of …

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