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Review: IsoAcoustics Iso-Puck Mini

Jerry Ibbotson gives us his verdict on this handy little studio tool… — It’s amazing how, even after spending vast sums of money on a studio build, there are always things that can be improved. I can remember on more than one occasion, walking into a real smart studio to …

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Review: Amadeus HOLOPHONIX

French speaker/studio monitor manufacturer Amadeus presented HOLOPHONIX – an audiophile quality sound spatialisation processor – back in 2018, and today there are several large venues equipped with the system. Franck Ernould visited the Chaillot National Theatre in Paris to learn more… — The HOLOPHONIX system was an ambitious project for …

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Review: Stealth Sonics C9 IEMs

Andy Coules is impressed by these powerful in-ear monitors from Singapore-based manufacturer Stealth Sonics… — Stealth Sonics is a company founded by a group of audiologists, engineers and musicians almost 10 years ago in Singapore and has been serving the audio needs of musicians, audio professionals, audiophiles and patients in …

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AES 2019: TELEFUNKEN to introduce new Alchemy microphone series

Microphone manufacturer TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik is introducing the new Alchemy Series at AES for the first time. The Alchemy Series is TELEFUNKEN’s next generation of large diaphragm tube condensers. The new models feature unique sonic profiles developed from the ground up and will begin shipping this spring. The voicings of the …

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Review: Pro Tools 2019

Stephen Bennett rounds up all the latest and greatest features from the industry standard Digital Audio Workstation… — A few months ago, I resurrected a 1989 Digidesign Sound Tools system. This piece of audio technology history consisted of a piece of audio hardware coupled to the Sound Designer II software, …

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Genelec introduces newly expanded ‘The Ones’ family members

Genelec has expanded its ‘The Ones’ series of point source monitors with the addition of the new 8351B and 8361A coaxial three-way monitors alongside the complementary W371A Adaptive Woofer System. The new 8361A three-way coaxial monitor offers what the company describes as the most advanced acoustic performance of any studio …

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Read the September issue of AMI online now

The September edition of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, Andy Coules talks us through Madness’ anniversary gig at London’s Kenwood House, and Colby Ramsey speaks to sound designer Chiara Luzzana about her THE SOUND OF CITY project. In our Installation Profile, we find …

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Flawless Victory: Crafting a cinematic soundtrack for Mortal Kombat 11

2019’s biggest fighting game, Mortal Kombat 11, combines carefully crafted music and dialogue to help define a truly cinematic audio experience for the player. Here, Director of Audio at developer NetherRealm Studios, Rich Carle, and the game’s Lead Composer, Wilbert Roget, talk to AMI about their efforts to make MK11 …

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Amnesia Ibiza celebrates with new KV2 Audio system

Back in May, Amnesia celebrated its Opening Party in Ibiza with a new KV2 Audio system that claims to be ‘the most advanced sound system in the world’. The iconic club is the first venue in Ibiza to boast a KV2 Audio system, conceived and designed by legendary pro audio …

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TiMax to showcase new immersive audio advances at PLASA 2019

Stand X64 at PLASA London Olympia 2019 will see major evolutions of Out Board’s TiMax immersive audio and show control systems – released during 2019 and currently in use on many major productions worldwide. The new HARDCore FPGA dsp engine for the TiMax Soundhub 3D spatial audio platform adds extended …

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