Audio

In the last three decades of the 20th century, when film was still the dominant medium, there was one piece of equipment that, close to being universal, was an essential piece of kit for the smallest documentary to the grandest feature film. It was the Swiss-made Nagra audio recorder. And perhaps the most definitive of these was the Nagra IV…
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We take a look at the DPA Microphones d:screet 6060 CORE miniature mic. Studio quality in a lavalier? Read on to find out.
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One of the potential stand out products announced in the run up to NAB was, in fact, one of the smallest. Say hello to the new RØDE Wireless GO mic system.
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Vocal sound improvement and downright alteration are the strengths of iZotope’s Nectar plug-in. Version 3 has been given a new interface design with much more intuitive controls and new features. 
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Review: We take a look at bubblebee's Sidekick In-Ear monitors, and find that they have a multitude of uses.
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Shure Microphones experiment to see if music can be created from extreme sports sounds shows that the only limit to creativity is your imagination.
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We take a look at Rycote's Modular Windshield Kit and PCS-Boom Connector and discover just how good it is at noise cancellation.
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The Novation Peak is an affordable "analogue" synthesiser that's a great place to start making electronic music for films and other video productions Here's our review
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Sometimes being just behind a technological trend is not always a bad thing. While the original Dolby Stereo surround mix of Star Wars (Episode IV - A New Hope, 1977) sounded like someone playing with a new toy, the soundtrack for John Carpenter's Escape from New York (1981) still stands up today. Kevin Hilton digs into the sounds and music…
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Get a few things right and it can make all the difference to your audio recordings
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Henry James' 1898 psychological novella The Turn of the Screw does not make clear whether the unexplained events and manifestations the central character witnesses are genuine or imagined. Film adaptations of the story tend more towards the supernatural. The Innocents (1961) features malevolent spirits but plays with the idea that it could all be in the head of naive governess…
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