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NY’S Javits Center Set For International Pro Audio Gathering Oct. 20 – 23, 2011

June 30th, 2011 | Posted in News, newsletter

New York, NY — “Expectations for the 131st AES Convention are particularly high this year,” reports committee chair Jim Anderson, “our team is making an extraordinary effort to create an unforgettable event.”  Scheduled for Oct. 20 – 23 at NY’S Jacob Javits Center, this year’s attendees will find a wealth of stimulating, challenging, entertaining and informative Workshops, Tutorials, Papers, Master Classes, Technical Tours and Special Events designed to hone their skills and recharge their batteries. More »

Audio Precision’s Bruce Hofer is Keynote Speaker at UK AES Conference

June 30th, 2011 | Posted in News, newsletter

Beaverton, OR — The recent Audio Engineering Society UK Conference, which took place this past week at the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom featured  a distinguished Keynote Speaker: Bruce Hofer, Chairman and co-founder of Audio Precision, the recognized standard in audio testing. More »

New GefenPRO ELR Extender Sends HDMI with 3DTV, IR, RS-232, Ethernet and Power over a Single CAT-5 Cable

June 30th, 2011 | Posted in News, newsletter

Chatsworth, CA — Digital connectivity solutions provider Gefen today announced the availability of its second generation Extra Long Range (ELR) Extender for HDMI using Power over Line (POL) technology. This new model, the GefenPRO ELR Extender for HDMI over CAT5 with POL II, uses a traditional sender/receiver methodology to extend HDMI with 3DTV pass-through, IR, RS-232, Ethernet and power up to 330-feet (100m) in distance using just one CAT-5 cable. More »

Waves Audio Introduces MPX Master Tape Plugin

June 30th, 2011 | Posted in News, newsletter

Knoxville, TN,Waves Audio, the industry leader in professional audio digital signal processing technologies, unveils the MPX Master Tape plugin. Developed in association with legendary producer/engineer Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Kiss) as part of an ongoing series of collaborations, the MPX Master Tape plugin is modeled on a rare machine consisting of an Ampex 350 transport and 351 electronics. With adjustable tape speed, bias, flux, wow and flutter, along with noise parameters, the MPX provides comprehensive control over the contours of any sound. To top it off, Waves has added a flexible slap and feedback delay, ideal for rock, dance, dub and countless other styles. For recording, mixing, mastering and more, MPX brings the richness and warmth of real tape saturation to any DAW setup. More »

Shure and Guitar Center Studios Give Musicians Room to Rock

June 30th, 2011 | Posted in News, newsletter

Niles, IL — Funding for school music programs is disappearing nationwide, but there’s no shortage of people with a burning desire to sing or play an instrument.  Recognizing a need for education, rehearsal, and recording facilities, microphone manufacturer Shure Incorporated is providing microphones and headphones to the growing list of Guitar Center Studios, as the music retailer expands its music education facilities in the U.S. More »

RH Factor Updates Facility with Genelec Active Monitors

June 30th, 2011 | Posted in News, newsletter

NATICK, MA, June 22, 2011 — As the film and TV industry adapts to rapidly changing trends, RH Factor, a leading independent audio post house in Burbank, California, finds a reliable, constant standard for performance and sound quality in Genelec Active Monitoring solutions. RH Factor, with TV credits such as Harry’s Law, Raising Hope, The Middle and Breakout Kings, as well as landmark programs including Boston Legal, CSI, My Name Is Earl and Ally McBeal, in addition to numerous independent feature films, has just upgraded its facility’s Stage B – a 5.1 mix room that is principally used for episodic television – and the room’s centerpiece is a Genelec DSP Active Monitoring System setup. Additionally, Genelecs continue to serve as the primary monitoring systems for the other three studios in the 8,000-square-foot facility, which includes a feature mix stage, a television mix stage, a layback studio and a Foley/ADR stage. More »

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