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The perfect use for an iPhone? The RØDE iXY microphone system

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RØDE announces a stereo mic and iOS app designed for iPhone and iPad users

MIDI - 30 years on and still going strong

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

New Audio section in RedShark

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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

Video isn't video without sound

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

A great christmas present (including to yourself).

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We reviewed these at the beginning of the year. I've been using them since then and they're still brilliant. If you want to treat yourself this Christmas...

RedShark Review: Beachtek DXA-SLR ULTRA

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The Beachtek DXA-SLR ULTRA is an inexpensive audio interface and pre-amp that fits under your camera

New Pro Tools: Venerable software reaches version 11

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You can tell that ProTools has been around for a long time. It's just reached version 11 and it looks like this is a significant upgrade, with a brand new "Audio Engine"

View From the Top: Sound Devices

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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.

In Pursuit Of Excellence: The RØDE Microphone Story

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Craig Marshall visits RØDE's headquarters in Sydney for RedShark and finds out what it takes to make high quality microphones that sell worldwide

Why can't you freeze-frame sound?

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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

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