Audio

Here's an example of a virtual piano, the Pianotek 5, which is a very faithful reporduction of the genuine article.
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In our latest edition of the Studio Profile series, we climb the Mountain or, rather, Mountain Studios, once owned by Queen. By Jim Evans.
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The largest recording studio in Louisiana, Esplanade Studios, upgraded its console to the 48-channel Shelford Edition. By Jim Evans.
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Audio software maker iZotope has released VocalSynth, a new tool to harmonize and further manipulate vocals.
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In this installment of our series profiling famous studios, we cover Château D'Hérouville, which hosted Elton John and The Grateful Dead. By Jim Evans.
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19 May 2016

Tracks that break MP3

by Published in Audio
Some tracks are just too complicated to be compressed with MP3, and it's not just the wilder ends of the prog spectrum. It can all start off quite innocuous, even with something like the Bangles' 'Eternal Flame'.
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18 May 2016

A theremin in a web browser?

by Published in Audio
We discovered a web-based tool that somewhat replicates the functionality and tone of a theremin.
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In this installment of our series on famous studios, we take a look at Super Bear, which may be in the midst of a resurgence. By Jim Evans.
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13 May 2016

Can we trust our own ears?

by Published in Audio
Aside from reviewing noticeably compressed recordings, judging audio quality remains largely a subjective experience. By Roland Denning.
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In the conclusion of our series on audio compression, we cover Maximization and list free compressor resources. By Shawn Skead.
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Over on our sister site, RedShark Sound, we have been running a series of studio profiles. in this installment, we take a look at Rockfield Studios, where some all-time iconic songs such as Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody were recorded. By Jim Evans.
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