Over the past couple of months, professional things for me have been happening on a lot of fronts. It's worth sharing because it bodes well for all of us in the 'biz.
While I expected HD to be better, I didn't expect it to be quite so freakin' much better, if you know what I mean.
This column will be devoted to the basics of surround sound for video, as part of my series for non-audio folks.
This column will be devoted to the basics of stereo for video, as part of my series on "the basics."
This column will be devoted to the basics of time-domain signalprocessing effects, most notably reverb.
This column is devoted to the basics of audio compression, a powerful signal-processing technique that is poorly understood by almost all of us.
Our Story To Date. Alert readers may recall my recent concern with the variance in audio levels as experienced by us home viewers.
Music and film are quite different from a production standpoint, and a one-system-plays-all modality has to serve multiple sets of needs, often simultaneously.
I recently attended the Audio Engineering Society's Technical Conference on Multichannel Audio, held in late June in Banff, Canada.
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