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Audio Engineering Society Announces Event Details for 136th International AES Convention in Berlin

January 13th, 2014 | Posted in News, newsletter

The Audio Engineering Society has announced new details regarding the 136th AES Convention, which will be held in Berlin, Germany on April 26th – 29th, 2014 at the Estrel Hotel and Convention Center. The third AES International Convention to be hosted in Berlin, this year’s event will feature a full Technical Program of Papers, Posters, E-Briefs, Tutorials and Workshops covering a comprehensive range of audio-related topics, and featuring top professionals from every aspect of the industry. The 136th Convention co-chairs are Sascha Spors and Umberto Zanghieri. More »

Lynx Studio Technology Offers Informational Video On Thunderbolt™

January 13th, 2014 | Posted in News, newsletter

Lynx co-founder Bob Bauman discusses Thunderbolt technology and the new Aurora and Hilo models

Lynx Studio Technology has produced a video that explains how Thunderbolt technology has been implemented into the company’s Aurora and Hilo AD/DA converters. In a conversation between Lynx co-founder and Chief Hardware Engineer Bob Bauman and Mike Nicoletti, a wide variety of topics are covered to explain the advantages of Thunderbolt connectivity and how Lynx integrated this technology. The HD video is featured on the LynxStudio Tech YouTube channel. (http://youtu.be/dUE7_4Jzk48) More »

Zaxcom Introduces NeverClip Feature

January 13th, 2014 | Posted in News, newsletter

Zaxcom has added NeverClip to certain models in its line of Digital Recording Wireless and ZFR Recorder line. NeverClip is a patent-pending feature that utilizes two analog-to-digital converters per transmitter or recorder to generate 123dB of dynamic range.  This new feature is standard on ZFR200 and ZFR300 miniature audio recorders and is available as an option on their TRX900LT and TRX900LA digital recording wireless transmitters. More »

Manley VOXBOX Fit for a Queen

January 13th, 2014 | Posted in News, newsletter

Queen Latifah’s front-of-house engineer Rob Treloar found a match made in heaven when she opened this summer’s Jazz at the Bowl series at the Hollywood Bowl.  Having heard about Manley’s VOXBOX from other engineers, Treloar decided to try it out in rehearsal.  “It sounded fantastic.  So I brought it over to the Bowl, used it there, and it just sounded unbelievable.”  Adding to the thrill was the venue’s brand-new, multimillion-dollar sound system.  “It was wonderful to be able to use that device and hear it through that system.  It’s probably one of the most expensive systems in the world now.” More »

Sanken Offers Chromatic Series Mics

January 13th, 2014 | Posted in News, newsletter

Sanken Microphones is offering the Chromatic Series microphones designed for studio recording. Coinciding with the launch of the new Chromatic Series is the newest model, the CU-55 cardioid microphone, which features a modern, compact design in a small, lightweight, easy to position package. More »

John Powell Embraces Lexicon PCM Total Bundle

January 13th, 2014 | Posted in News, newsletter

British-born, Los Angeles-based John Powell has been an A-list film composer since the 1990s, praised for his ability to perfectly set the musical tone of a movie whether dramatic, playful or any mood in between. Powell has been a long-time Lexicon user, from the beginning of his career to his most recent use of the Lexicon PCM Total Bundle Plug-ins package. His numerous credits include How to Train Your Dragon (1, 2 and 3), X-Men: The Last Stand, Happy Feet, The Bourne Identity and more than 50 other live-action and animated films. More »

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