Audio

A comprehensive survey of the current field of radio mics, with a detailed primer on recent tech developments and specific options for your next setup. By Phil Ward.
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For all those missing the pops, scratches, crackles and more of vintage records and record players, Izotope is rereleasing a free and enhanced version of its Vinyl plug-in as part of its 15th birthday celebrations.
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In part one of a four part series, we delve into the concept of (dynamic range) compression and reveal how it's possible to maximise the potential of your recordings. By Shawn Skead.
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Cakewalk releases new SONAR update, named "Manchester", incorproating Meolodyne 4 Essential
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05 Feb 2016

A modular Moog treat

by Published in Audio
We all love those modular Moogs, but it's not often you can get your hands on one. Here's the next best thing: two famous film composers playing these wonderful instruments.
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DCC is a format that is long forgotten, but it absolutely demonstrates the extreme innovation that was around in the Nineties!
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We explore why Digital Audio Broadcasting is disappointing compared to its potential (and how one decades-old decision continues to impact its future).
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NanoKONTROL studio and NanoKEY Studio, expand on Korg’s Nano collection with some interesting new features.
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The iPhone's Lightning port is much more than a charging and headphone socket. You can use it to get high quality digital audio in to your phone. Sennheiser has taken advantage of this to make a very high quality microphone with an A/D converter - ideal for making voice-overs and pieces to camera out in the field
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01 Feb 2016

Is sixteen bits enough?

by Published in Audio
Sixteen bit recordings seem so last century. But don't dismiss them. 16 bits is more than enough for playback
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There's something rather curious about sound, which is that it can range from a simple, single tone like a sine wave (or a flute, if you like) to a complete orchestra at the climax of a symphony. Even day-to-day background "atmospheres" can be a complex mosaic of hundreds of sonic elements: just think of the din at a supermarket checkout,…
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