Audio by Design
Mar 07, 2014 / 03:43 PM
TV Audio Advances
Television screens are getting bigger and sexier, but the audio technology in them seems to have stagnated.
Mar 04, 2014 / 07:00 PM
The Role of Real-Time Processors in Loudness Metering and Correction
As a practical matter— to ensure compliance with the CALM Act or to produce deliverables to a specific loudness target—stations and content-producing facilities are relying more on loudness processors to automatically make adjustments to the audio content.
Jan 24, 2014 / 05:52 PM
AES67-2013 Looks at Audio Over IP
As new technologies emerge they add to and complement what’s come before, or replace existing structures.
Nov 18, 2013 / 05:23 PM
Loudspeakers—Parameters and Design
Loudspeaker and loudspeaker enclosure design aren’t haphazard processes if done right.
Oct 09, 2013 / 05:33 AM
The Basics of Loudspeaker Design
For any kind of loudspeaker system to be practical, the drivers need to be mounted in some kind of enclosure.
Jul 25, 2013 / 05:00 PM
Producing Intelligible Speech for Mobile DTV
It’s still the early days for mobile DTV, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that some audio issues are making themselves heard.
Apr 03, 2013 / 11:00 AM
The Importance of Speech Intelligibility
Speech intelligibility isn’t just a concern for sound reinforcement or emergency evacuation systems.
Feb 28, 2013 / 10:00AM
Connector Contacts: Gold, Silver and Tin
It’s not until there’s a problem that connector contacts might be considered as a source of an intermittent, noisy or lost signal.
Dec 18, 2012 / 12:00PM
Shotgun Microphones— In Theory and in Practice
Highly directional microphones, those with a very narrow pickup pattern, are essential when trying to capture distant sound or pick out particular sources in a noisy environment.
Oct 16, 2012 / 03:00PM
Summer’s Over, It’s Back to the (Audio) Books
This summer I’ve been revisiting the classics—some of my favorite audio references, but in their latest editions.

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