Audio

Concluding our series on reverb, we tackle the behaviour of sound and reverb reflections in actual, physical spaces.
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We breakdown your options for dual system audio recording for video.
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It seems that there are few jobs left that computers can’t edge into somehow. A US team has got a computer to match sounds with silent video to an impressively efficient degree.
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We review the Eclipse TD-M1 computer speaker set, an elegantly designed product with sound quality and characteristics that justify its premium pricing.
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Recently there's been a resurgence in sales of vinyl records. We don't really know why. And we think we can prove that vinyl isn't better than digital. Here's how.
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We continue our investigation into all things reverb with a quick primer on its behaviour, as broken into a series of events, from pre-delay to diffusion.
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We review a new keyboard controller for your digital audio workstation, the Impact GX49 by Nektar. By Erik Vlietinck.
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19 Jul 2016

An Introduction to Reverb

by Published in Audio
While reverb can be described as a basic effect, understanding why we add reverb and how it works is foundational for our overall understanding of more complex effects.
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High resolution digital audio is superb. High sample rates and 24 bit recording is the ultimate conventional way to capture audio, but DSD is said to be better. But is it? Here's our take on it
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An iconic product from an iconic manufacturer is going back into production.
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Audiolab’s M-ONE compact integrated amplifier is the latest addition to the company's M-DAC family.
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