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  • Posted on: Tuesday 13th of February 2018

    Based on the success of the 19-inch, rack-mountable 2500, the 529 takes many of the features and controls from API’s famous stereo compressor and puts them into the first dual slot 500 series module from API. This stereo compressor features API’s THRUST circuitry for a punchy low end (frequency dependent side chain control), along with […]
  • Posted on: Tuesday 13th of February 2018

    Professional Audio & Television (PAT) have delivered, configured and commissioned a Lawo Nova73 and a Lawo crystal console including compact engine for the Joan Sutherland Theatre in the Sydney Opera House via lead integrator The Downer Group. The Lawo Nova73 Core has been configured as an mc² Mix Engine. Used as the Central Audio Router for […]
  • Posted on: Tuesday 13th of February 2018

    Sennheiser have introduced  the Evolution Wireless G4 line: changes include greater RF power, longer transmission ranges and battery life, faster configuration, advanced integration and compatibility with existing Sennheiser products such as the LSP 500 loudspeaker, and more. The new G4 lineup includes the 100 Series, the 300 Series, the 500 Series, and the IEM Series—all […]
  • Posted on: Tuesday 13th of February 2018

    Eventide debuted its new flagship rackmount processor, the H9000, at the 2018 NAMM Show. The H9000 features 8 times the processing power of the current generation H8000. H9000 features include: 4 quad-core ARM processors serving as 16 DSP engines 8 channels of analogue audio I/O, AES/EBU, ADAT, 16 USB audio channels Remote control application, available […]
  • Posted on: Monday 22nd of January 2018

    Swiss studio monitor manufacturer PSI Audio was chosen to provide the audio monitoring for dozens of new studios at the world renowned National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield near London, UK. After a long and meticulous selection process, the NFTS picked PSI Audio monitors from an initial set of seven brands and 15 models. […]
  • Posted on: Monday 22nd of January 2018

    PreSonus has a pair of new USB A-D/D-A converters: the Studio 1810 and Studio 1824 USB 2.0 audio/MIDI interfaces. The new interfaces record at up to 24-bit, 192kHz resolution and all analogue inputs and the main L/R outputs have eight-segment LED level meters. The Studio 1810 USB 2.0 audio/MIDI interface records up to 18 simultaneous inputs via […]
  • Posted on: Monday 22nd of January 2018

    The German engineered T Series monitors share many of the design innovations created for ADAM’s  S Series flagship monitor range: T Series features ADAM’s U-ART Accelerated Ribbon Tweeter along with a newly designed polypropylene symmetrical-excursion woofer that extends bass to lower frequencies with less distortion than historically possible in this price category. ADAM Audio’s T Series […]
  • Posted on: Monday 22nd of January 2018

    UK communications regulator Ofcom has confirmed that programme making and special events (PMSE – wireless microphone and in-ear monitoring) users may continue to access the 694 to 703 MHz spectrum band after May 1, 2020, when work to clear spectrum in the 700MHz band for mobile broadband use is expected to be completed. This spectrum, known […]
  • Posted on: Wednesday 17th of January 2018

    FOX SPORTS Australia has added a second Calrec Artemis digital audio console at its Sydney headquarters. The decommissioning of a previous Zeta console plus installation and commissioning of the Artemis took less than 48 hours by a team assembled by FOX SPORTS Australia Broadcast Projects Engineer Mick Gergos. “When it came time to upgrade to a new […]
  • Posted on: Friday 15th of December 2017

    2018 will see a refreshed and renewed Resolution launched into the high-end pro-audio marketplace. We have a clearer and sharper presentation style, while offering the same level of technical expertise and insight, cutting-edge features and reports, and dynamic articles which will entertain and inform. We’ll be extending coverage of trends and business issues directly affecting […]

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