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InfoComm 2019: Auralex to offer “Large Room Acoustics” educational sessions

Auralex Acoustics is offering a series of educational sessions at its exhibition booth, #6450, at the InfoComm show this week, June 12-14, 2019. The approximately 40-minute sessions, dubbed “In-booth education – Large Room Acoustics,” will take place four times per day during the show. One reason acoustical treatment is not …

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New Shure campaign to highlight audio-for-theatre solutions

Shure re-emphasised its focus on the theatre audience by unveiling the new campaign – “This Is The Moment” – along with other activities at the ABTT show in London yesterday. Shure has developed the campaign to celebrate the behind-the-scenes efforts that make theatre productions possible. Shure products have been used …

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AES Vienna 2020 to explore “A World of Audio”

The Audio Engineering Society has announced that AES Vienna 2020, the 148th Audio Engineering Society International Pro Audio Convention will be held May 25 – 28 at the Austria Center Vienna. Convention co-chairs are Piotr Majdak (senior researcher in acoustics at the Austrian Academy of Sciences’ Acoustics Research Institute) and …

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RØDE launches TF-5 condenser cardioid mic pair

RØDE Microphones has introduced the TF-5, matched pair small diaphragm condenser cardioid microphones designed in collaboration with Grammy Award-winning sound engineer Tony Faulkner. The precision sonic matching and tone of the TF-5 makes it ideal for recording detailed and natural-sounding performances when used as a stereo pair, or for capturing …

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PMC opens two new demo facilities in the US

Loudspeaker manufacturer PMC has opened new demo studios on the East and West Coasts of the USA with a view to giving recording professionals the opportunity to hear the power of its full monitor range. Located in Highland Park, Los Angeles and Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York, the demo studios will …

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Kraftwerk goes immersive in Tokyo with d&b Soundscape

Kraftwerk put on four sold-out shows in April in Tokyo, for which d&b audiotechnik Japan provided the system solutions. The immersive system used at the Orchard Hall, which belongs to the Bunkamura complex, included KSL loudspeakers with D80 amps and d&b Soundscape. The combined use of KSL and Soundscape was …

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Review: Sennheiser IE 40 PRO

Alistair McGhee gets to grips with Sennheiser’s professional in-ear monitoring system… — In-ear monitors or IEMs have been big business for a while now, with the move away from waves of on-stage monitoring washing over every open mic. That’s not to say of course that IEMs are without their own …

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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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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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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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