Audio

Distributed workflows are increasingly common, but it's always good to come across such a well-thought out execution of collaborative tools as feature in the latest ProTools 12.
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You may be wondering whether the Web needs another audio publication. We did too. And we found that while there are some very good sites out there — excellent, in fact — most, if not all of them are somewhat niche. There’s really nothing there that covers everything audio. RedShark Sound will.
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IK Multimedia has taken the years of experience gained by engineers at Lurssen Mastering and a programmed replica of the studio's (famously clean) signal chain and put it in an app.
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We spend a lot of time and money designing microphone pre amps that are so quiet you can turn the wick up and listen to the grass growing. We spend less time thinking about sound that is so loud it can almost destroy a building.
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You can't exist in today's tornado of technological progress without expecting things to change drastically. Waves LV1 just possibly changes everything in the world of audio mixing. By Phil Ward
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How do you get a big-speaker sound out of a small one? Like this:
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In one of the early NAMM announcements this year Apogee has unveiled the Symphony I/O Mk II, the successor to its former flagship has been was well regarded throughout the industry for its sound quality and features. By Peter Gardner.
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DPA’s latest addition to its d:screet range, the Slim series, is a mere 10mm long, 3mm thick and as unobtrusive as they come, but still delivers excellent audio.
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Sony has taken the hand held recorder form factor and added high sample rates, 24 bit and DSD recording
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I've always loved making inappropriate noises from strange artefacts For example, there's nothing more satisfying (or more complex, for that matter) than the sound of a wet teabag thrown into an empty metal wastepaper bin. Don't believe me? Try it. It's not as if you need a budget for it. It's sort of: "Pthhhsplogfdgghethnk!", although your mileage may vary, and…
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MIDI is 30 years old and showing no signs of obsolescence. Nor is the first instrument ever to support it: the Yamaha DX7
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