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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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Waves introduces two-octave subharmonic generator plugin

Waves Audio has introduced Waves Submarine, a two-octave subharmonic generator plugin. Submarine is designed to add bigger, deeper sub bass to tracks, with ‘unprecedented’ clarity and low-end accuracy. Powered by Waves’ Organic ReSynthesis technology, Submarine’s two subharmonic generators deliver well-balanced subsonic results on any large sound system. Submarine’s two sub …

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Avid unveils Pro Tools 2019.5

Avid has announced the immediate availability of Pro Tools 2019.5, which provides support for macOS Mojave and offers more power for working with high track-counts and demanding audio post productions. The latest version of the digital audio workstation aims to boost power and performance for every level of user, enabling …

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Storyk/Molho families establish Berklee College of Music Scholarship

The recipients of the 2019 Berklee College of Music Scholarship have been announced. The Storyk/Molho Family Scholarship Award was established in July 2018 with a gift to Berklee College of Music of $20,000 by the families of Berklee graduate David Molho, (and upcoming graduate Ivan Molho) and WSDG Founding Partners …

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Keith Ross goes big with Genelec SAM monitors and subwoofers

Producer, mixer and songwriter Keith Ross has recently installed a pair of Genelec 8350A Smart Active Monitors and a 7380A Smart Active Subwoofer in his personal studio. Ross, a long-term Genelec fan based in South Florida, has worked with a number of top recording artists, including Fifth Harmony, The Roots, …

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Review: Aston Stealth

Alistair McGhee tests out this ‘revolutionary’ new broadcast quality microphone for studio and stage… — You have to feel a little sorry for microphone manufacturers. In an age where digital processing power sprinkles fairy dust on virtually every aspect of recording, in the world of microphones at the very front …

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Breaking the Mould: Mastering Engineer Emily Lazar on her recent Grammy win

Emily Lazar has been working hard to promote inclusivity of women in the music industry, and earlier this year became the first ever female mastering engineer to win a Grammy for her work on Beck’s “Colors” album. Here, AMI speaks to Lazar about making her mark in history… — You’ve …

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