Audio

We have to say that this does seem an unusual way to get audio off a turntable
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While other areas often dominate, there was no shortage of decent audio news from this year’s NAB 2016 in Las Vegas, though there was a definite theme to many of the announcements.
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26 Apr 2016

Studio Profile: Sun Studio

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In this installment of our series on famous studios, we profile Sun, which was arguably the birthplace of rock and roll and launched the career of Elvis Presley. By Jim Evans.
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The history of digital signal processing has moved from dedicated DSP chips to FPGAs. Now Intel CPUs are handling the processing duties for some live mixing boards, aided by simple operating systems designed for such use.
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Equipment for reproducing high end audio - so that you can actually hear the difference - is expensive. Would you buy Sony's top-end Walkman?
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The Sennheiser 416 has long been considered the classic shotgun microphone by which other microphones are measured, so it's interesting news when they develop a new microphone aimed at the world of video.
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Genelec has introduced the 8430A IP SAM studio monitor, which brings AES67 audio-over-IP capabilities via AES67, an industry first.
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The Orpheus headphones from Sennheiser may just have won the award for the Best Headphones ever all over again (not to mention the most expensive).
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In the previous articles of this series, we covered compression types and their benefits. In part three, we discuss how to actually use them. By Shawn Skead.
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15 Apr 2016

Studio Profile: AIR Studios

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In this first  installment of our ongoing series on famous studios, we profile AIR Studios, including its various locations and the high profile musicians that they've served over through the years. By Jim Evans.
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Piracy and illegal copying have been an issue for as long as there have been recordings. Digital audio technology has made things much worse. It was what killed DAT (Digital Audio Tape) as a consumer format. And with internet file sharing, the genie is, seemingly, out of the bottle forever.
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