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NUGEN Audio’s Dr. Paul Tapper on ‘playing the long game’

AMI catches up with Paul Tapper, NUGEN Audio’s recently appointed CEO and the brains behind many of the original algorithms in use by the company’s products today… — How did NUGEN first come about and how were you involved in its creation? NUGEN Audio started back in 2004 when co-founders …

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Review: Cubase Pro 10

Stephen Bennett rounds up all the new features in the latest version of Steinberg’s renowned DAW, which turns 30 years old this year… — 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the first version of Steinberg’s venerable Digital Audio Workstation. Cubase was the first DAW to combine MIDI and audio recording …

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Testing, Testing: Inside WSDG’s Swiss Acoustic Simulation Lab

AMI hears from Dirk Noy, Partner and Director of Applied Science and Engineering at WSDG, about the company’s Acoustic Simulation Lab in Basel, Switzerland… How did the lab first come to fruition? The room was opened in September 2018 and we invited some people over for a ceremonial launch event. …

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AES Dublin: 25 years of Beechpark Studios

Beechpark Studios is one of the last surviving recording studios in Dublin. The facility, which this year celebrates its 25th anniversary, is inviting back its original designer Roger D’Arcy to coincide with the 146th AES Convention, which will take place in the Irish capital for the first time this month. …

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Shure, Sennheiser, Yamaha and Harman products seized in China factory raid

Shure Incorporated has announced that a police raid on a factory in China manufacturing counterfeit products, Enping Soundpu Electronics Equipment (also doing business as Voxpu Electronics Equipment), was conducted in October 2018. The successful onsite enforcement action was initiated by Shure and accomplished with close cooperation and assistance from the …

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Review: Genelec S360 & 7382 SAM

Most audio engineers would tell someone with the requirement to fill a large space with high-fidelity audio to “want loud, think big”. Obtaining a high SPL from a modestly sized cabinet is possible, but you usually have to trade off fidelity and higher distortion to achieve it – not to …

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