HARMAN Professional Solutions has opened the HARMAN Experience Center in Los Angeles, a demo center that will allow customers across multiple vertical markets to test out third-party products against HARMAN’s solutions in a variety of end-to-end workflows.
The need for good directivity in loudspeakers cannot be sufficiently emphasised and remains an area that speaker designers sometimes neglect. The result destroys acoustic realism and makes loudspeakers sound like loudspeakers instead of like the original sound.
One of the most frequent questions that audio manufacturers get is whether their engineering customers should mix sound on headphones or studio monitors. The answer is simple. High quality mixes can be achieved on either…or both.
Change comes glacially slow in the audio monitoring business. The last major trend — more than a quarter century ago — came when amplifiers were placed inside the speaker cabinet. Now, says JBL, a pioneer in loudspeakers, comes a game-changer that is reinventing professional sound monitoring.
Nearly 50 years ago — 1969 to be exact — Sony introduced the ECM-50, a tiny peanut-sized electret condenser lavalier microphone that virtually ended the reign of large, cumbersome microphones used in television broadcasting. Since then, the scope, quality and price of lavalier microphones has dramatically expanded. Here’s a look at what’s availab
From the earliest days of professional sound, a single microphone was used in broadcast studios and on stage to capture everything — from actors doing drama to music performers. Then, when the close-miking multitrack era arrived, the trend disappeared. Now single-mic sound is back and growing in popularity.
Looking to create a teaching environment based on the latest technologies and workflows for the benefit of its students, the Northwestern University in Qatar (NU-Q) has installed a Calrec Audio Artemis Light console and Hydra2 network for the school’s new state-of-the-art video production facility. The Artemis Light brings robust a
Having spent much time and energy exploring AES67 (see our recent 3-part series, “Your practical guide to AES67, Parts 1-3”), we’d now like to turn our attention to AES70 – what is it, how does it relate to AES67 and why do we need it?
The Burgtheater in Wien, Austria—also known as the Austrian National Theatre—is one of the most important German language theaters in the world. As part of a recent upgrade to its audio systems, the theatre has installed two System T audio mixing consoles from Solid State Logic (SSL) that can