Shure Axient wireless, Clear-Com Tempest900 intercom provide flawless audio both on air and behind the scenes.
Largest music products show in North America includes the latest products and technologies in pro audio.
New SC702 Series converts unbalanced computer-based stereo outputs to balanced XLR mic level signals.
The broadcast industry faces likely Dec. 15 implementation with confidence that loudness compliance is largely a done deal.
Music mixer Brian Lodato uses the KSM353 to reproduce band leader Jimmy Vivino’s extensive tone palette.
Grand reopening of Russia’s premier auditorium features Salzbrenner Stagetec audio networking, mixers and stage management.
Annual technology convention combines displays, demonstrations, tutorials and technical presentations on the state of the art in audio.
University of Maryland start-up company VisiSonics brings practical applications of cutting-edge technology to AES Booth 758.
131st Convention Preliminary Events Calendar and Platinum Mastering Panel participants are announced.
Algerian National Radio is first in line for new cost-effective, feature-rich digital mixing console by Studer.
Veteran monitor engineer shares the techniques and equipment he uses to keep musicians happy and sounding great.
Content distributor DG Fastchannel discusses the CALM Act and how the distribution chain can expect things to change as implementation rules come into focus.
Software Version 3 for C10 Series and Version 4 for C100 Series support wide-ranging upgrades to both SSL consoles.
The MKH 8060 and 8070 are tuned for natural sounding distant pickup across a wide range of broadcast applications.
Russ Berger, founder of Russ Berger Design Group, offers his reflections on the state of acoustical design in today’s audio environments.
Multiple new product announcements at the NAB Show highlight Shure’s renewed focus on the broadcast market.
Tim Carroll sent a clear message that unnecessary audio processing for loudness control can compromise broadcast quality.
The presidents of Clear-Com and parent company HME reflect on their merger a year ago and make plans to move forward.
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