VR, AR and immersive experience is becoming an increasingly important aspect of audio for games, film and television and the professionals responsible for mixing sound for these formats are having to adapt to an evolving industry landscape in order to produce the highest quality audio, regardless of the final playback system, as Stephen Bennett reports...
Artists, musicians, engineers and producers can now have access to the legendary Capitol Studios and its award-winning staff to work on their projects with the new services launching on 2 April 2, 2018.
York St John University has upgraded to an Audient ASP8024 Heritage Edition, adding analogue back into the mix after years of teaching on digital desks.
Jack Needham finds out more about the Tokyo-based producer and sound experimentalist's production methods for cutting dubplates, and how he’s keeping Japanese dubplate culture alive.
The programs, which will officially start in September 2018, will be within two areas: Master of Music in Music Production and Master of Arts in Music Business.
Applications for the new Master of Music in Music Production degree program will open early 2018, with the inaugural class beginning September 2018.
Engineer Tobin Jones on familiarising yourself with an artist’s musical intentions to achieve a mix that conveys the message they wanted to deliver when the song was written.
Allen & Heath’s dLive S Class mixing system was used to manage the sound for the gala event for the FINA World Aquatic Championships 2017.
Users will be able to send and receive tracks more simply and gain easier access to the studio’s equipment and engineering team.
Classical reworking of The Who's 1973 album utilised two iDR10 MixRacks with an iLive-112 control surface at FOH.