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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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AMI April issue now available online

The April edition of Audio Media International is now available online. In this issue, Colby Ramsey speaks to the CEO of ADAM Audio, Christian Hellinger, about how the professional studio monitor manufacturer is marking its 20th anniversary in 2019. Emily Lazar – the first ever female mastering engineer to win …

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PL+S 2019: Imogen Heap delivers live demo of the d&b Soundscape

Grammy Award winning artist and engineer Imogen Heap wowed a capacity Prolight + Sound crowd with a live demonstration of how she uses her Mi.Mu gloves to create sounds and control the d&b Soundscape, the d&b immersive sound system. Heap has been touring with the d&b Soundscape on her Mycelia …

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RØDE launches “world’s smallest” digital wireless microphone system

RØDE Microphones has announced the launch and shipping of the Wireless GO digital wireless microphone system –  said to be the “world’s smallest” digital wireless mic/receiver combination. Wireless GO will be showcased at NAB 2019 in Las Vegas, USA, next week from April 8-11. Wireless GO is an ultra-compact digital …

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d&b installs world’s largest single-room speaker system at the Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall has completed the biggest improvement to sound in its auditorium since the installation of the iconic acoustic ‘mushrooms’ in 1969, 50 years ago.    Costing over £2 million, the project took 693 days of labour, using 15,291m of cable and 465 individual speakers for what is …

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Review: HEDD Tower Mains

Nigel Palmer gets to grips with this modular full range studio monitoring system at Rimshot Studios in Kent… — Mike Thorne, an audio friend and owner of Rimshot Studios in Kent, recently told me of an upcoming HEDD main loudspeakers launch and demonstration at the studio organised by UK distributors …

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Genelec’s new Aural ID software technology to improve headphone monitoring

Genelec has announced a significant first step in improving the trustworthiness of headphone listening through the introduction of its new Aural ID software technology. Aural ID works by acquiring a person’s exclusive acoustic attributes to create a detailed modelling of their unique anatomical features affecting hearing, which can then be …

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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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