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iZotope launches new Dialogue Match audio post tool

iZotope has launched Dialogue Match, an audio tool designed to automatically learn and match the sonic character of dialogue recordings. It is the first product  to combine brand-new machine learning from iZotope with reverb technology from Exponential Audio’s product line, which was acquired by iZotope earlier this year. Re-recording mixers …

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Blue releases Yeti X USB microphone for creators and streamers

Blue Microphones has announced the new Yeti X USB microphone for gaming, streaming and podcasting. Yeti X features Blue VO!CE technology, which enables content creators to dial up professional vocal effects and custom presets at the push of a button. The four capsule condenser microphone array is designed to deliver …

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Review: Pro Tools 2019

Stephen Bennett rounds up all the latest and greatest features from the industry standard Digital Audio Workstation… — A few months ago, I resurrected a 1989 Digidesign Sound Tools system. This piece of audio technology history consisted of a piece of audio hardware coupled to the Sound Designer II software, …

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Krotos Audio releases ‘Sound Design from the Sofa’ tutorial series

In Krotos Audio’s ‘Sound Design from the Sofa’ series, sound designer Dan Mellins-Cohen shows users how quickly and easily the company’s plugins and libraries can be used to design the sound for entire scenes, all from the comfort of his sofa. From Foley to sword impacts, footstep sound effects, vocalisations, …

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Focusrite Pro adds new functionality to Red & RedNet interfaces

Focusrite has released RedNet Control 2.4, a free software update that adds Dante Domain Manager (DDM) and AES67/AES70 compatibility, as well as an AES3 Kill Switch function, background mode and other enhancements. RedNet Control 2.4 makes all Focusrite Red audio interfaces, plus RedNet devices with Audinate Brooklyn 2, Ultimo and …

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Propellerhead becomes Reason Studios; unveils Reason 11 as a plugin

Propellerhead Software has changed its name to Reason Studios and announced a major update to its flagship music-making software, Reason. Reason 11 includes the Reason Rack Plugin, on top of a number of updates to its standalone music making software. “The rack of devices has always been the core of …

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Cleanfeed to offer first browser multitrack recorder

Cleanfeed will launch a browser multitrack recording feature at the Podcast Movement in Orlando, Florida this week. Multitrack recording in Cleanfeed enables a separate audio file for each person in the session, including for extra local devices, as well as Clips. All recorded tracks are saved in a fast zip …

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Audinate releases new version of Dante Controller with Dante Updater

Audinate, developer of Dante AV networking technology, has announced the availability of Dante Controller 4.2.3 with Dante Updater. Dante Updater is a new feature designed to make it easy to update firmware in Dante devices. Firmware files are hosted by Audinate so they are always up-to-date. Dante Updater allows product …

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Berklee College of Music integrates Cubase into its curriculum

Berklee College of Music has partnered with Steinberg to integrate the company’s Cubase 10 digital audio workstation (DAW) software into its curriculum. Beginning this fall term, Berklee’s Film Scoring Department will introduce Cubase 10 into both its on-campus course offerings using 100 licenses provided by Steinberg, a wholly-owned subsidiary of …

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Sennheiser acquires VR/AR audio software firm Dear Reality

Sennheiser has taken a majority shareholding in Dear Reality GmbH. Dear Reality is an expert in spatial audio algorithms and VR/AR audio software, and will continue to operate as a separate company based in Düsseldorf. Uwe Cremering, responsible for AMBEO Immersive Audio at Sennheiser, will support the company as a …

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