Audio

From 30-second adverts to TV documentaries, drama and light entertainment to feature film: pairing music to visuals is a delicate balance.
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The Sennheiser Ambeo microphone leverages a decades old technique, Ambisonics, to capture spatial audio.
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We take a preliminary look at the new McIntosh MHA150 Headphone amplifier, which may be a bargain, even at its premium pricing.
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Music editing is an integral part of the post production process, whether you’re creating videos or films for personal, academic or commercial use. The key elements you need to start editing music to match your visuals are a creative eye (and ear), obsessive attention to detail and a small helping of technical knowledge. Here are some tips to help you…
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We preview Ossic's new 3D headphones, another crowdfunding success story, assuming the final product can live up to the claims.
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08 Sep 2016

Zoom's F4: A massive upgrade?

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Zoom, the company that has become synonimous with low cost yet capable portable audio recorders for film and video use, has announced its latest recorder, which likely ticks a lot of boxes for a certain level of film professional and production.
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While some manufacturer claims may fall short of reality, the Shawline interconnect from The Chord Company delivers where it matters most. By Erik Vlietinck.
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01 Sep 2016

How electrostatic speakers work

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MartinLogan has just released three new models of electrostatic speaker, ranging from the expensive to the very expensive, that are intriguing examples of an intriguing technology.
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Sound designers Glenn Freemantle and Niv Adiri detail the process for creating the rich soundscapes for The Legend of Tarzan.
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Australia’s RØDE Microphones has provided some decent upgrades to its range, with a major overhaul of the Stereo VideoMic Pro heading the list.
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27 Aug 2016

The Limits of Hearing

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Here's a helpful primer on how well our ears measure the sound around us, as well as how changes in frequency, loudness and duration affect perception. By Christian Luther.
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