With less than a month to go until the first issue of Audio Media International lands, here is a preview of what to expect from the debut edition.
Ray Beentjes, dialogue editor for The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies, explains how iZotope's RX 4 audio repair and enhancement toolkit has transformed the way his team handled post-production audio work.
Joanne Ruddock speaks to Flare founder Davies Roberts about the move into the headphones market and the next step for the company.
Four new Dolby Atmos cinemas at the Cinema 8 complex in Switzerland have been fitted exclusively with Fohhn loudspeaker systems.
Broadcaster RTS has called on local broadcast systems integrator Amisys and a number of Lawo mc²56 mixing systems for a technical upgrade covering all five of its studios.
Ross Simpson takes the time to get his ears accustomed to the R1s and is blown away by the results.
Having worked with artists as diverse as Prince, Radiohead, and Johnny Cash, Charles “Chicky” Reeves knows a thing or two about microphones. Here he gives his thoughts on what kit to use in a range of situations.
Owner of Fact AV Technologies, Eric Johnson explains how a Powersoft rack is the only technology suitable for capturing the instrument's unique sound.
Adam Savage speaks to a number of companies that are really doing the business Down Under.
Shure Distribution UK, exclusive distributor in the UK and Ireland for Spanish manufacturer Work Pro, has announced two new additions to the NEO range of loudspeakers, the NEO 5 A ES and the NEO 5 IP.
A few miles from the concrete and glass of MediaCityUK is The Sharp Project, home of recording and audio for picture studio 80 Hertz. Kevin Hilton pays a visit.