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LIPA installs Calrec Brio 36 in new recording studio

The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts has chosen the Calrec Brio 36 broadcast audio console for its new campus TV and recording studio. Established by Sir Paul McCartney and Mark Featherstone-Witty (founder of the BRIT School) in Paul McCartney’s old school on Mount Street, LIPA produces huge numbers of highly …

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New Horizons: behind the scenes at LEWITT ahead of its 10th anniversary

As part of its 10th anniversary, Austrian manufacturer LEWITT is soon to introduce what it describes as a truly unique, ‘revolutionary’ flagship microphone. Colby Ramsey recently took a trip to the company’s headquarters in the heart of Vienna, Austria, to get an exclusive first listen of the new model, which …

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BAE Audio announces R53 channel strip with new package deal

BAE Audio has announced the newest edition to its family of recording studio equipment: The R53 Channel Strip. The 19” rack unit holds three 500-series modules, allowing engineers with traditional rack systems to utilise these modules in their regular setup as well as link them in order to use all …

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Interview: Veteran recording engineer John Kurlander on working with The Beatles at Abbey Road

To coincide with the 50th anniversary celebration of The Beatles’ Abbey Road album, AMI spoke to veteran recording engineer John Kurlander about his experiences and memories working with the Fab Four, George Martin and Geoff Emerick… — When I was a kid, I lived around the corner from Abbey Road …

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Rebuilding naturalistic soundscapes for Sea of Shadows

AMI hears from award-winning sound designer and re-recording mixer Bernhard Zorzi, who recently worked on the critically-acclaimed documentary Sea of Shadows from executive producer Leonardo DiCaprio… — Bernhard Zorzi has lent his expertise to numerous projects ranging from documentaries to film and television, most recently designing the sound for critically-acclaimed …

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Review: Quested V2104

Alistair McGhee gets his hands on the latest model in Quested’s V-Series range of active powered monitors… — The Quested V2104 monitor is the result of a builder’s cock up. It seems that the builder delivering a multi room complex mis-measured and the resulting monitor space was too small for …

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Now Press Play: improving access to learning with wireless headphone technology

Now Press Play provides UK schools with educational resources that bring the curriculum to life through sound, story and movement, using wireless headphones. Here, Colby Ramsey speaks to the company’s CEO and co-founder, Alice Lacey, about how the platform is being combined with technology to improve access to learning for …

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CEntrance ships MixerFace R4B field recorder

CEntrance has announced that their MixerFace R4B – a high-end recording solution for Mobile Broadcasting – is now shipping. The mobile recording interface comes with a pair of XY stereo microphones, PivotMics PM1, and a built-in 24-bit SD card recorder, creating a completely stand-alone recording device. It has been designed …

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Interview: PMC “Sound For The Future” scholarship recipient Dora Filipovic

AMI speaks to PhD student Dora Filipovic about being the first recipient of the PMC Sound For The Future scholarship in association with the AES… — UK loudspeaker manufacturer PMC recently established the Sound For The Future Scholarship in association with the Audio Engineering Society Education Foundation, whereby a $5,000 …

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Stage Tec NEXUS helps celebrate Chinese Republic’s 70th anniversary

In Beijing at the beginning of October, the largest NEXUS network ever built by the Berlin-based manufacturer Stage Tec was used to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China: 58 Base Devices, 12 STAR routers and 12 mixing consoles. A parade, procession and gala …

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