Author: By by PSN Staff
January 29,2015
The Pro Sound News team was all over this year's NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA. Here's some of what was seen on the scene, all captured by Recording/Post/Broadcast editor Steve Harvey.
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Author: By by Clive Young
January 28,2015
The Pro Sound News team was all over this year's NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, sharing the sights with followers through an endless stream of photos on Twitter (@prosoundnews) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/prosoundnews). Here's some of what was seen on the scene, just as it was shared on social media.
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Author: By by Strother Bullins, Reviews Editor, NewBay Media AV/Pro Audio Group
January 23,2015
This evening, I’m only one day into NAMM 2015 and I’ve already seen “Android” on literally dozens of manufacturer booths, banners and promotional materials, often mentioned alongside iOS in near-equal billing (though still out of alphabetical order).  
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Author: By by Clive Young
January 15,2015
With a title like The Sound Book (W.W. Norton & Co.), you might expect Trevor Cox’s new tome to be a dry textbook full of mind-numbing scientific exploration into infintesimal intricacies of sound. Luckily, while Cox throws considerable physics and neuroscience at the reader every few pages, most of the exploration here is the old-fashioned kind, as we follow him around the globe in search of the world’s strangest sounds.
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Author: By by John Fry
January 12,2015
The music industry suffered a loss in December, 2014, when Ardent Studios and label founder John Fry suffered a cardiac arrest and died at age 69. Back in February, 2007, Fry wrote a thoughtful article for Pro Sound News on the role technology played in both his innovative studio's history and the recording world at large. In memoriam, we share his insights here again.
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Author: By Strother Bullins, Reviews Editor, NewBay Media AV/Pro Audio Group
January 5,2015
From an applications standpoint, the DL32R covers the broadest range of audio tasks in the simplest way of any single product I’ve reviewed, ever.
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Author: By by Clive Young
January 5,2015
Left for dead in the early Nineties as consumers switched to compact discs, the lowly vinyl LP has bounced back in recent times, adopted by many Millennials and hipsters as the only format worth listening to. Consumers bought 9.2 million vinyl records in 2014—a 52 percent increase over 2013’s 6.1 million. In the wake of such explosive growth, is the Vinyl Revival finally no longer a fad?
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Author: By by Thomas Carey
December 22,2014
Copyright law is full of nooks and crannies, some of which aren’t explored for years or even decades. Recent decisions from courts in California and New York cast a bright light on a seldom-considered subject: state law copyright protection. In 2013, Flo & Eddie brought suit against Sirius XM in California, New York and Florida, alleging infringement of rights under the copyright law of those three states for the unauthorized broadcast of Oldies. Not to be outdone, major record labels including Sony, UMG and Warner brought suit against Sirius XM in California state court on the same theory. First, a California state court issued a tentative ruling in favor of Sirius XM, indicating that there was no common law right to performance royalties. But while that ruling remained tentative, the federal court in California made a dramatic ruling in favor of Flo & Eddie.
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Author: By by Steve Harvey
December 21,2014
Located about an hour outside of Manhattan in Glen Cove on the North Shore of Long Island, Pie Studios has attracted an impressive list of clients—the Rolling Stones, Jackson Browne, Cheap Trick, The Chieftains—over the years, mainly from outside the New York City area.
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Author: By by Steve Harvey
December 20,2014
The sound team at NBCUniversal StudioPost recently completed work on Unbroken, based on author Laura Hillenbrand’s 2010 best-selling biography of long-distance runner Louis Zamperini and his experiences during World War II. It opens nationwide on Christmas Day. Here, they share their experiences on working with director Angelina Jolie, keeping the sound authentic to the period, mixing in Dolby Atmos and much more.
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