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Genelec provides monitoring for Audio Technology program at American University

The Audio Technology Program at American University in Washington, D.C. is making use of the new Genelec monitors in its two main control rooms after they were installed there in the spring. Anchored by a 2,200-square-foot, three-studio complex, the facility offers a main recording space with variable acoustics, a drum …

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GameSoundCon 2019 scores Mortal Kombat 11 composer for keynote

GameSoundCon, the largest professional conference for video game music and sound design, is returning to the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles this October. The keynote speech will be held by Wilbert Roget II, who composed the music for Mortal Kombat 11, which broke a 12 year game industry record …

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RØDE Microphones adds over 25 new features to RØDECaster Pro

RØDE Microphones has announced firmware version 2.0 for the RØDECaster Pro. Version 2.0 follows on from updates earlier in the year, which introduced multitrack recording amongst other handy features. Firmware version 2.0 new features include: > Saving ‘Shows’ and Settings: Users can now save and load ‘Shows’ via the RØDECaster …

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Propellerhead becomes Reason Studios; unveils Reason 11 as a plugin

Propellerhead Software has changed its name to Reason Studios and announced a major update to its flagship music-making software, Reason. Reason 11 includes the Reason Rack Plugin, on top of a number of updates to its standalone music making software. “The rack of devices has always been the core of …

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London Studio ‘Pop Fiction’ revamped with Audient ASP880

Producer and engineer Al Lawson has recently given his south-west London studio space Pop Fiction – that he co-owns with songwriter and artist, Janie Bird (aka Bird) – a general revamp with an ASP880 8-channel preamp from Audient.  “I love working in big studios, and that’s what I find myself …

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Blackbird Studio launches Dolby Atmos music mixing room

Blackbird Studio, Nashville’s premier recording studio complex, held a gala event the evening before the start of Summer NAMM, Wednesday, July 17, 2019, to mark the official launch of the facility’s new Dolby Atmos 9.1.6 reference room (Studio C). On hand were members of the team that made studio owner …

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Review: WARM Audio WA-251 and WA-84

Stephen Bennett takes a look at WARM Audio’s recreation of a classic, along with the company’s latest small diaphragm condenser… — WARM have built an enviable reputation with emulations of classic outboard gear. Rather than re-box Chinese-made technology, WARM has produced a range of products at reasonable prices that stand …

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WSDG receives double NAMM TEC Award studio design nomination

Two recently completed projects by the Walters-Storyk Design Group (WSDG) have been nominated for the 2020 NAMM TEC Awards Outstanding Creative Achievement Award in the Studio Design Project category. “We are pleased to have both Stitcher Studios and the Zhejiang Conservatory Of Music (ZJCM) nominated because they so beautifully illustrate …

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Reviving a Classic: PMC’s work with Dolby Atmos for Music

PMC Speakers pulled out all the stops at this year’s High End Munich international hi-fi event with its demonstrations of Dolby Atmos for Music. The company’s demo room welcomed a record number of visitors as people flocked to hear tracks from Miles Davis’ iconic 1959 jazz album Kind of Blue …

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Review: Neumann NDH 20

Alistair McGhee gets his hands on the legendary microphone manufacturer’s first foray into the headphone market… — If you’re going to drop a name, drop a big one as Mick Jagger once said to me. In audio technology Neumann is one of the greatest and biggest names, with a microphone …

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