Mix magazine interviews with Jon Graves of QSC Audio, Nick Fletcher, Angele Dyer, Lee Brenkman about QSC System in The Chapel in Mix magazine’s February 2013 Issue Read the original: Going to The Chapel
TASCAM, the Pro Audio Division of TEAC America, has introduced two new POCKETSTUDIO solid-state multitrack recorders: the 6-track DP-006 and 8-track DP-008EX (prices TBA). Both units record at 16-bit/44.1kHz to an SD/SDHC card (up to 32GB) and come with a 2GB SD card, as well as a mini-USB 2 connector for importing and exporting stereo ...
Audio-Technica ATH-M50RD Limited-Edition Red â€¨Professional Studio Monitor Headphones | Red Version of Audio-Technicaâ€™s ATH-M50 Headphones for Professional Monitoring, Mixing, Listening, DJ Use Read more: NAMM 2013: Audio-Technica ATH-M50RD Limited-Edition Red â€¨Professional Studio Monitor Headphones
Operating in the 2.4 GHz range, Audio-Technica System 10 avoids TV and DTV interference, offering a cost-effective, high-fidelity wireless solution for houses of worship, musicians/hobbyists, karaoke, corporate applications and more. See more here: NAMM 2013: Audio-Technica Offers New System 10 Digital Wireless System
At Winter NAMM 2013, Universal Audio (UA) of Scotts Valley, Calif., announced the impending release of its Teletronix LA-2A Classic Leveler Collection for the UAD Powered Plug-Ins platform and Apollo High-Resolution Audio Interface. Read more: UA Teletronix LA-2A Classic Leveler Plug-In Collection for UAD Platform
Harman Signal Processing in Salt Lake City has promoted Rex Reed to Director of Engineering. In his new role, Reed will oversee engineering for the BSS Audio, dbx, Lexicon and DigiTech brands. See original here: Harman Signal Processing Promotes Rex Reed to Director of Engineering
The G Martell College of Music Technology and Audio in Mexico City has purchased and installed a 48-channel 1608 console with APIâ€™s proprietary P-Mix automation. Original post: Recording School in Mexico City Purchases API 1608
3D printing is transforming digital information into objects in ways we haven’t seen before. However, a project has been making the rounds through online media partly because it recalls a familiar object: the musical record The rest is here: 3D Printed Records: We Talk to the Creator About Her Work, 3D Printing Potential
Beautiful music apps, high-performance music apps, both possible on Android. Now, if Google could only turn “possible” into “practical.” Owners of Android phones and (if you’re out there) Android tablets have had a rough time of it as far as music apps. A lackluster market combined with inconsistent-to-awful audio performance have kept the bulk of ...
Microsoft’s Kinect has proven a compelling proof of concept for gestural control of music. But it could be just the beginning of mass-market gestural sensing technologies The rest is here: Move Over, Kinect: Early Gestural Musical Demos for Leap Motion Look Terrific