Airshow Mastering Offers Tape Transfer Services for Plangent Processing

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The Plangent Processes restoration system enables music industry professionals to re-master material from celebrated artists and feature films, and gain incremental revenue from a re-release. Recognizing the importance and effectiveness of Plangent, Airshow Mastering is now offering tape transfer services that are optimized for Plangent’s proprietary signal processing, which eliminates wow, flutter and other speed aberrations that are present on even the finest analog tape recordings, revealing previously unheard clarity and increased image depth and focus.

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Airshow Mastering Offers Tape Transfer Services for Plangent Processing

Airshow Mastering Offers Tape Transfer Services for Plangent Processing

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The Plangent Processes restoration system enables music industry professionals to re-master material from celebrated artists and feature films, and gain incremental revenue from a re-release. Recognizing the importance and effectiveness of Plangent, Airshow Mastering is now offering tape transfer services that are optimized for Plangent’s proprietary signal processing, which eliminates wow, flutter and other speed aberrations that are present on even the finest analog tape recordings, revealing previously unheard clarity and increased image depth and focus.

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President of McNally Smith College of Music Named to Prestigious Group

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Harry Chalmiers, president of McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul, Minn., will receive one of the 40 “Minnesotans on the Move” awards from the sponsoring organization, Finance & Commerce, an independent daily newspaper that provides news, analysis and commentary on Minnesota business. The “Minnesotans on the Move” event will be held on April 28, 2010, at 6:00 p.m

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President of McNally Smith College of Music Named to Prestigious Group

President of McNally Smith College of Music Named to Prestigious Group

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Harry Chalmiers, president of McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul, Minn., will receive one of the 40 “Minnesotans on the Move” awards from the sponsoring organization, Finance & Commerce, an independent daily newspaper that provides news, analysis and commentary on Minnesota business. The “Minnesotans on the Move” event will be held on April 28, 2010, at 6:00 p.m.

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The End of Laptop Hegemony in Live Computer Music

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Jan Schacher at Sonic Circuits. Is the object to his left the best form factor for the situation – or not?

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Dreamcast Arcade Stick as MIDI Controller

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As touchscreens grow in popularity, let’s pause to reflect on the joy of the tangible, the physical. Juda ( oneworldoneband.com ) writes to share his rig coupling the Sega Arcade Controller for the Dreamcast game system with a computer.

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Dreamcast Arcade Stick as MIDI Controller

A Free, Drag-and-Drop Granular Sample Player Mashes Up Sound

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Grain Main Frame is a sound sketch, a one-off piece of software that loads audio files and plays them via several inventive, homebrewed sample players. Via granular techniques, methods of slicing sounds into tiny grains and then re-assembling them, a single sound can be stretched, sliced, and retriggered creatively. The software supports drag-and-drop functionality, as well, so you can drop files and go

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K’nex Toy Robot Plays Piano; Instructable Shows You How

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Robots may not yet surpass the piano-playing skills of master musicians, but they can at least blow a few piano students out of the water. And the latest musical robots aren’t priceless models out of big corporate R&D departments.

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Sennheiser Appoints Jake Carter as Product Specialist for K-Array, HHB

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Sennheiser has appointed Jake Carter to the newly created position of Product Specialist, Distributed Brands.

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Equator Updates Q15 Reference Monitor with Calibration Software

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Equator Audio Research in San Diego is now including the Automated Room Response Calibration Software (featuring the patented Secondary Reflection Correction) on a CD-ROM that is packaged with every Q15 reference monitor. This high powered 15-inch two-way coaxial monitor (priced at $3,000 each) has a 4-inch voice coil for the large driver and uses a horn loaded 1.3-inch titanium dome rear firing compression driver.

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Equator Updates Q15 Reference Monitor with Calibration Software