Cologne-based German public broadcaster Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) has upgraded its Philharmonie Production Complex facilities to include new audio production and networking technology from Lawo.
We are living in the new era of makeshift audio studios. Fewer and fewer major commercial studios exist today and the ones that do are expensive. Most professional and non-professional audio production is now being done in small scale studios in rooms originally built for other purposes.
PreSonus is shipping its new 4848, 24-bit, 192 kHz, Thunderbolt audio interface with 120 dB dynamic range on every input and output.
The dbx 286s is a full featured channel strip that includes a studio quality microphone/instrument preamplifier and four processors that can be used independently or in any combination. For less than $200, it has become the faithful friend of thousands of voiceover artists throughout the world.
The Walters-Storyk Design Group (WSDG) has designed new podcasting facilities for Gimlet Media, a Brooklyn, New York, podcast production company.
Axia Audio, part of The Telos Alliance, has unveiled a new Audio over IP (AoIP) mixing console, a surface and mix engine in one chassis, called iQx that simplifies setup while providing virtually endless connectivity options.