Some Basics of Studio Acoustics June 18th 2019 - 09:30 AM

For most people who are not experts in studio acoustics, treating a new space for audio production in an office or home is difficult and complex. In many situations, novices confuse sound isolation and acoustic treatment. Putting a few acoustic panels on the wall will not create a good sounding…

A Studio Monitoring Classic Reborn July 31st 2018 - 09:00 AM

Some classic audio products just won’t go away. One of those is the Yamaha NS-10, a home speaker that unexpectedly became a staple nearfield studio monitor among the world’s top rock and popular music producers. The reason: it easily revealed poor quality in recordings. Now, Avantone is reproducing thi…

Broadcast For IT - Part 15 - Digital Audio July 23rd 2018 - 01:00 PM

Audio is arguably the most complex aspect of broadcast television. The human auditory systems are extremely sensitive to distortion and noise. For IT engineers to progress in broadcast television they must understand the sampling rates and formats of sound, and in this article, we delve into digital audio.

Loudspeaker Technology Part 16: Moving Coil Motors May 28th 2018 - 09:00 AM

The motor in a loudspeaker drive unit is a critical element in obtaining high performance. The moving coil principle is a century old and it has survived this long because it has certain advantages which no other technology has yet improved upon. For low frequency reproduction where significant travel is…

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