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Video isn't video without sound

Published in Audio

Video is only half the equation for a full production. Audio is important. To do it properly, you need skill and perseverence

Sony says goodbye to Minidisc

Published in Audio

Sony has announced that it is stopping production of Minidisc recorders and players after 21 years. Most 20 year old audio enthusiasts would be surprised to hear that they were born after the arrival of this digital audio disk system. But how did it manage to cling to life for so long?

The pro audio monitors disguised as computer speakers

Published in Audio

Memory chip manufacturer Corsair has quietly been manufacturing a set of 2.1 "computer" speakers that sound far better than they should for the price. In fact, they're pretty much ideal for professional use, if you're on a budget

Zacuto posts new audio tutorial series

Published in Audio

Zacuto, the Filmmaking accessories company, has posted a series of audio-for-video tutorials on its site

There are advantagest to Adobe CC: you get iZotope tools

Published in Audio

iZotope's audio tools technology is now included with Adobe Premiere Creative Cloud

View From the Top: Sound Devices

Published in Audio

We ask industry leaders to tell us about their companies and how they see the future. External recorders are now selling in large numbers and the Sound Devices Pix 240 is a popular example.  Jon Tatooles, Managing Director of Sound Devices, tells us about his company and how he sees the years ahead.

Atomos Ninja 2 + Nikon D800: Part 3 of 3

Published in Production

Phil Rhodes looks at how you would use the Ninja 2 and Nikon D800 on a shoot. But first he compares HDMI and SDI.

New Audio section in RedShark

Published in Audio

RedShark now has a dedicated audio section. We're doing this to ensure that we give the best possible coverage to this imortant part of content creation

Audio brings life to animations

Published in Post

I was present at the audio mixing stage of Aardman Animations' "The Wrong Trousers" or "Wallace and Gromit" as most people remember it. This stop-motion animation classic was hilarious from the first frame to the last, but for me the most memorable thing was seeing it without sound, and then with sound

Broadcast Quality Audio Field Recording with Prosumer Cameras and DSLRs ("Unlocking the Mysteries of ‘Phantom Power"). RedShark contributor Craig Marshall reports

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