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The importance of audio in video making

Published in Audio

Here's a short series of videos from Microphone manufacturers Sennheiser that will help you improve your sound when shooting

Here's something impossible, being done.

Published in Audio

It doesn't matter whether you're a video geek or an audio enthusiast, the technology you're going to see here is simply amazing, and it's amazing because this is something that isn't supposed to be possible

Linux and OS X: Ardour DAW now supports video playback

Published in Audio

This high-end Linux and OS X Digital Audio Workstation now supports video playback. Chris Erswell reports

Why can't you freeze-frame sound?

Published in Audio

There's something rather curious about sound, which is that it can range from a simple, single tone like a sine wave (or a flute, if you like) to a complete orchestra at the climax of a symphony. Even day-to-day background "atmospheres" can be a complex mosaic of hundreds of sonic elements: just think of the din at a supermarket checkout, or the racket at a soccer match when someone scores a goal

The next generation of audio for TV

Published in Studio & Broadcast

The next generation of audio for television is set to be much more flexible

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

Atomos Ninja 2 + Nikon D800: Part 2 of 3

Published in Production

Phil Rhodes looks at the Atomos Ninja 2 Field Recorder in this second part of his Nikon D800 + Ninja 2 review.

Rode launches impressive new Stereo VideoMic X

Published in Audio

Rode has announced a new camera microphone, the Stereo VideoMic X, which appears to be an interesting dual capsule setup in an XY Stereo configuration. The two microphone capsules are acoustically matched and have shock mounting built in at the capsule level.

MIDI - 30 years on and still going strong

Published in Audio

MIDI is 30 years old and showing no signs of obsolescence. Nor is the first instrument ever to support it: the Yamaha DX7

Ninja 2 + Nikon D800 Review: Part 1 of 3

Published in Production

DSLR users have long complained that they can't get clean, unadulterated line outputs suitable for high-quality recording. But the D800 is different. Phil Rhodes tests it with an Atomos Ninja 2 Field Recorder

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