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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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Shure donates microphones to local music venue following robbery

Shure has helped Halifax music venue, The Lantern, stay on the live music scene after a devastating incident last year. The Lantern is an independent live music venue and bar in Halifax, West Yorkshire, which opened its doors in November 2017. It is a venue that prides itself on its …

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Interview: ADAM Audio’s CEO on the company’s 20th birthday

Colby Ramsey speaks to ADAM Audio’s CEO Christian Hellinger about the Berlin-based company’s two decades creating professional studio monitoring solutions… — Tell us about how you first got involved with the company. I’ve been at the company for two years now, so unfortunately was not here when it started 20 …

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Stormzy audio engineer to share insights at PLASA Focus Leeds

PLASA Focus Leeds, taking place from 14-15 May, has announced further additions to the programme which will see seasoned experts from the forefront of the entertainment technology industry share creative insights and technical intellect across a range of topics. In preparation for Stormzy’s upcoming headline appearance at Glastonbury Festival, and …

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Review: Audio-Technica 3000 Series

Alistair McGhee gives us his verdict on the fourth generation of Audio Technica’s wireless microphone system… — Radio mic technology is more diverse than ever. You can have traditional wireless kit on traditional UHF frequencies, professional digital radio mics sharing WiFi frequencies or UHF frequencies, or some sort of hybrid …

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