Over a decade ago, LUCI software let you record broadcast quality audio on a cell phone. Now their latest release lets you edit sound and video and stream it over IP.
At this year’s IBC, Sennheiser and Neumann will present audio solutions for all levels of media production, ranging from computer-based audio made in home studios to high-end mixing on consoles in a professional studio.
Sennheiser has announced a trade-in program in the U.S. region following the decision by the FCC to phase out use of the 600 MHz band for wireless audio over the next few years.
Perhaps the reason for the popularity of wireless microphones is the fascination with getting rid of cords to all electronic devices — from headphones to personal computers. But one thing is certain, wireless mics are proliferating fast, even though the spectrum for such devices is drying up. For newcomers in the world of wireless technology, here are a few important things to know.
DPA Microphones clocks up its quarter century this year and is marking the milestone by issuing special editions of selected mics, backed up with a series of international events featuring leading users of the brand. The first limited edition kit features the d:facto 4018V vocal mic, while the Get Closer World Tour kicks off on 27 June with a line-up of Masters of Audio.
Dramatic changes in the allocation and availability of radio frequencies over the last 10 years have made broadcast production more problematic, particularly as most programmes today rely on wireless microphones and in-ear monitoring systems. In response to this leading radio mic manufacturers have developed new products that use what little spectrum is left for this sector more efficiently.