Audio

A high performance sound recorder that's lightweight, highly compact, and won't break the bank? Sounds good to us. We take a look at the Sound Devices MixPre-3 II.
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Review: iZotope's Ozone is now on version 9. Erik Vlietinck takes it for a test run to see if the company is still working its Voodoo magic!
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Deity’s second model shotgun microphone is a short interference tube shotgun that has the same look and build quality as its larger sibling, the S-Mic 2. It’s also made of brass, keeping out RF interference, but it’s smaller and lighter.
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Replay: Video is only half the equation for a full production. Audio is important. To do it properly, you need skill and perseverence
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This is an older RedShark article that we're republishing today, because it doesn't matter how many times we see this demo of Melodyne: it's simply amazing, and that's because this is something that isn't supposed to be possible
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The look and style of Batman have changed over the years, from the character's origins in comic books through 60s TV to big screen success from the late 80s into the 21st century. Sound has played a major role in the Caped Crusader's film adventures, helping create a world for Gotham City and its deranged villains. Kevin Hilton traces the…
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Using technology from its high-end mixing consoles, this desktop mixer has impeccable audio quality that can give you that "broadcast audio" sound
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The Forbidden Planet might look dated now, but at the time of its release it was truly revolutionary, not least because it was the first film to use an entirely electronic sound score. Kevin Hilton tells us the story of how it came to be.
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Review: Sound Forge is a piece of software or, perhaps better, a family of software, with a history so long that early versions could be run under Windows 3.1. Phil Rhodes takes a look at Sound Forge Audio Cleaning Lab, an offshoot designed for, you've guessed it, cleaning up your audio.
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Arturia's virtual historic synth collection is brilliant for composing original music, sound effects and backgrounds. And in some ways, the emulations are better than the originals.
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The blurred line between reality and pretence - and the part sound plays in the misdirection - is at the heart of Peter Strickland's stylish, perplexing 2012 conundrum, Berberian Sound Studio. Kevin Hilton looks at how audio comes to the forefront in a disturbing story of identity and morals.
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