Audio

US-based software company iZotope has created software that fixes things that aren't supposed to be fixable - all in an extremely user-friendly way. By Iain Churchill-Coleman.
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We unearth a pseudo-sampler from the 1970's, made by Mattel, which yields the type of low-fi idiosyncratic sound that many musicians seek out. By Roland Denning.
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Sound Devices' luxurious-feeling fader control surface now works with more products from the respected audio (and video!) company
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Electronics giant Adorama has teamed up with CBS Radio to offer a new, premiere audio-centric live performance and event space in New York. And it rocks.
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16 Feb 2016

So, what exactly is good sound?

by Published in Audio
As industry professionals, it’s a question we think we know the answer to, but do we really know what good sound is, or even how to achieve it? By Dan George. 
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Now this may seem weird coming from someone who’s been a cameraman for most of his working life and maybe it’s bit late to make amends, but I think it is time to reassert the importance of the sound recordist. By Roland Denning.
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This is the first part of an occasional series on how you quantify audio quality. It's about much more than distortion!
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As well as some new modules of its own, Waldorf has introduced a keyboard case for Eurorack modules that effectively allows you to build your own synth.
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The pairing of traditional Indian music with an iPad might sound like an unlikely combination, but it not only works wonderfully, the results are rather beautiful.
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In part two of our four part series on compression, we profile compressor concepts and the benefits of various options. By Shawn Skead.
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Technics revives the SL-1200 Direct Drive Turntable. And the surprising thing is that it's not really surprising
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