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The Hypsys WorkPlay Theater Birmingham, AL 2010-12-16 Notes: Opened for Moon Taxi. Audio Source: Schoeps MK4(ortf) - kcy ...
Moon Taxi WorkPlay Theater Birmingham, AL 2010-12-16 Set I 01. Christmas Eve Sarajevo 02. Skipping Stones 03. All The Rage ...
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January/February 2007 V6.1
AUDIO FOR POST, BROADCAST, RECORDING AND MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION
News & Analysis
Sales, contracts, appointments and biz bites.
New introductions and announcements.
Craft Postproduction, music programming and mastering -- we visit a facility that was brave enough to start again. Top German mixer with a `room of the future' talks Tonelux, training and his Teldex Studio Berlin connection. The modern orchestrator has added some engineering and production talent and a small studio.
We give a small room the Ghost treatment and report back on the quality of experience. Amir Vinci -- The senior product manager at Waves talks native, latency, bottlenecks and bloat. Bob uses the example of a recent compilation project to explain the different approaches he applied. Desert island mics
Meet your maker
Business It's official: label bosses have admitted ...
Schoeps double MS tool
MS is a commonly used technique that has great potential as an acquisition means but is not accepted in all production chains. Mic manufacturer Schoeps has released a free VSt plug-in that harnesses the increased flexibility afforded by the double MS provided by its mic clusters. roB JaMeS straps up and goes walkabout.
in level only give rise to a change in image width rather than disturbing image shifts. From the location recordist's point of view, MS mics are very useful since they enable recordings to be made using the same techniques as mono. I write from the perspective of a re-recording mixer with extensive experience of being on the receiving end of stereo MS recordings. I have observed that many of the mic combinations used result in `phasey' recordings that are very uncomfortable to listen to. This is equally applicable to `all-in-one' designs and to separate capsules. Still worse, such recordings played havoc with the matrix used in Dolby stereo. This led to blanket ...