CEDAR Audio in Cambridge, UK announces that it will discontinue manufacturing its DNS2000 dialog noise suppressor and that the remaining units in stock are available for purchase at half price, while supplies last. CEDAR launched the DNS2000 in March 2002 to partner its DNS1000 dialog noise suppressor.
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CEDAR to Discontinue the DNS2000 Dialog Noise Suppressor
For only three days, June 1-3, 2010, McDSP is offering its Project Studio bundle for only $129.
McDSP Offering Project Studio Special June 1-3, 2010
It doesn’t seem that long ago that offering CD duplication—in addition to recording—was a prime example of a diversified service.
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Studio Unknown’s Confessions of a Small Working Studio—Designing Studios to Meet Multiple Functions
Musical instrument and pro audio retailer Sweetwater will present GearFest 2010 on June 25-26 in Fort Wayne, Ind. GearFest—an expo for musicians and their families—is free and open to the public, and includes an indoor/outdoor festival featuring music, food, fun and prizes. This year’s two-day expo offers dozens of workshops and seminars, scores of manufacturer exhibits, and special surprises.
Sweetwater Announces GearFest 2010
Sanken Microphones in Tokyo, Japan, introduces the CS-2 shotgun microphone ($TBA), which is designed to capture distant sound with a rich and natural tone.
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Sanken Introduces CS-2 Short Shotgun Mic
Pianoteq is an effort to model, rather than sample, acoustic pianos and other instruments on the computer. Now in its third major release, its interface and sound generation have each matured.
Makers of Pianoteq Talk Piano Modeling, Developing for Linux
This is going to be an interesting week for DVS users. Not only have Novation got something up their sleeve, but a guy called Joe Ward has hooked up with Vestax Controller One inventor Ricci Rucker aka The Ruckazoid to present an highly interesting take on MIDI controllers for DVS users. C1 meets MIDI controller in the all new Quickswitch deck controllers.
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A new spin on MIDI controllers – Quickswitch
God bless you, 4/4. Yes, there’s still something about that four-beat, sixteen step bar that gets toes tapping and booties shaking and floors fouring on the… floor
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Beatseqr: 808-Inspired DIY Step Sequencing Controller, and Making Just What You Need
It had to happen – reading one too many knee jerk “fake DJ” comments on tha internetz made me snap. So I pose this oh so simple question for you to ponder and get hot under the collar about – just what the hell is a “real DJ”?
DJ? Who says so?
For those of you who follow me on Twitter (why aren’t you?), last week I twatted about receiving a hot new piece of nextlevelness from a secret source that paid an all too flying visit to skratchworx towers, and that you’d just have to wait a while for it to be launched. Well Novation don’t seem to be able to contain themselves and have posted the vaguest of teasers about said product – with a counter and everything.
Novation’s next thingy – next week