Audio

RedShark Replay: Peter Gabriel’s iconic ‘So’ was one of the records that had a high-profile half-speed vinyl remaster treatment in 2016, but the 1986 original highlighted one of the many drawbacks of the format.
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Here's a bit of advice that may seem elementary, but is a crucially important factor to your audio recording success.
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We test drive the Nektar Impact LX88+ keyboard and MIDI controller, which represents a huge value for its price. By Erik Vlietinck.
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Samsung's shock purchase (and purchase price) of Harmon Audio is not just about audio.
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We review the Moog Model 15, a digital synthesiser for your iOS device that's full of features. By Erik Vlietinck.
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Resurface, a new online marketplace, aims to take the headache out of buying and selling professional audio mixing consoles.
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We take an in-depth look at NUGEN Audio's Audio Management Batch Processor (AMB), a stand-alone app for loudness reporting and correction for loudness standards. By Erik Vlietinck.
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26 Oct 2016

The art of light [sponsored]

by Published in Audio
For beginner filmmakers still learning the many ways lighting influences cinematic mood and style, there's a quick short-cut: movie trailers. By Demis Lyall-Wilson. 
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Similar to unearthing a time capsule, a recently re-discovered recording by Alan Turing reveals his pioneering efforts in the field of computer music.
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In many respects sampling has made us rather complacent in the way we build up music. As a chance late-night rewatching of The Making of Dark Side of the Moon proves, back in the day creating certain audio effects required serious commitment. Not to mention a mic stand to loop the tape around.
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Here's a peek at the first ever virtual electric bass that's been physically modelled to behave as it would in the real world.
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