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Q&A: ZEN Broadcast on using Universal Audio systems

Despite being a small facility located in rural Hampshire, ZEN Broadcast had been doing an awful lot of post production recently. Dubbing mixer Kevin Duff, who makes up one half of the company along with his fellow sound supervisor Andy Deacon, has been nominated for and won several BAFTA Craft …

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Broadcast Profile: 120Db on using Solid State Logic’s System T

AMI speaks to Michał “Mikers” Mika of Polish broadcast audio specialist 120Db, who have been getting to grips with SSL’s System T… — What services do you offer and what kind of clients do you work with? Michał: 120dB Sound Engineering has been around since 2012. I first started working …

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Tech Talk: Comparing analogue and digital wireless systems

Audio-Technica’s Marketing Director and former long-serving EMEA Product Manager, Alex Lepges, weighs up the pros and cons of analogue and digital wireless systems… — There is somewhat of a misperception between physics and products in the market at the moment. While it’s always been more efficient to use analogue if …

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Review: Pioneer Pro Audio XPRS

Simon Allen puts these high-powered active speakers to the test… — I’d heard the Pro Audio division of Pioneer had started venturing back into loudspeaker design and manufacturing via some colleagues of mine. Developments started a few years ago with their XY series; a passive solution aimed at high-end club …

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InfoComm 2019: NEXO debuts first 12” point source cabinet

NEXO unveiled its new P12 loudspeaker at Infocomm in Orlando, FL this week. The P12 – NEXO’s first 12” enclosure – is an all-purpose point-source cabinet designed to deliver at front-of-house, on stage, and as part of a distributed system. Inside the curvilinear enclosure of custom birch and poplar plywood, …

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InfoComm 2019: d&b introduces A-Series augmented array loudspeakers

The all new A-Series from d&b audiotechnik introduces the augmented array: Combining variable splay angles, two approaches to acoustic optimisation, and advanced waveguide design. The system comprises the AL60 and AL90 loudspeakers, with ALi60 and ALi90 offering cabinets designed specifically for permanent installation. Using the appropriate frame, up to four …

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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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