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Recipients of Audient supported UCA ‘Women In Music’ Scholarship announced

Three students enrolling on the BA/BSc (Hons) Music Composition & Technology course at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) have been awarded UCA’s Women in Music Scholarship, with one also selected to receive equipment from music technology specialists, Audient. Eleanor Hobby, Rael Kōiv, and Alison Wade-Gudgin, all entering their …

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Read the October issue of AMI online now

The October issue of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, Jerry Ibbotson investigates the world of Audio-over-IP to see how many big players in pro audio are taking advantage of emerging protocols to streamline their workflows. Meanwhile we hear from Orfeas Boteas, CEO of …

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AES 2019 to run Immersive Audio and “Audio Repair and Restoration” training workshops

The AES New York 2019 Pro Audio Convention has slated two hands-on training workshops on the final day of the Convention, October 19. Covering the latest cutting-edge tools and technologies in immersive audio production, the Convention will host an “Ambisonics Tools for Immersive Audio Capture and Post-Production” workshop from 9:00 …

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Sonarworks launches eBook series for recording professionals

Sound calibration expert Sonarworks has released a series of eBooks that aims to address some of the most pressing topics music creators face related to recording, mixing and mastering. The first eBook, entitled “Successful Studio Set Up”, discusses key considerations in setting up a home studio, with the overall goal …

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PMC launches ‘Sound For The Future’ scholarship with the AES

UK loudspeaker manufacturer PMC has established the Sound For The Future Scholarship, in association with the Audio Engineering Society Education Foundation. The $5,000 prize will be given annually to an audio engineering graduate who is also a member of the AES. Tim Ireland, CEO for PMC, said: “As a company, …

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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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Berklee College of Music integrates Cubase into its curriculum

Berklee College of Music has partnered with Steinberg to integrate the company’s Cubase 10 digital audio workstation (DAW) software into its curriculum. Beginning this fall term, Berklee’s Film Scoring Department will introduce Cubase 10 into both its on-campus course offerings using 100 licenses provided by Steinberg, a wholly-owned subsidiary of …

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Shure to support emerging filmmakers at Little Wing Film Festival

Shure has announced its support of Little Wing Film Festival for the second year running. The Festival is exclusively for first-time filmmakers, students, and recent graduates and provides them with the tools and opportunities to foster career growth – from a platform for showcasing their work, to education, networking and …

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Read the May | June issue of AMI online now

The May | June edition of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, Colby Ramsey gets a tour of the University for the Creative Arts’ new media recording facility and 7.1.2 dubbing suite. Game Audio features make a comeback as the Ubisoft Massive sound team …

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