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There’s More – Pro Sound News, July, 2015

Welcome to There's More, the online "Virtual Sidebar" that serves up additional information, links, video and more to supplement your reading experience of the July, 2015 Pro Sound News issue.

Welcome to There’s More, the online “Virtual Sidebar” that serves up additional information, links, video and more to supplement your reading experience of the July, 2015 Pro Sound News issue.

Page 18 – Sound Business – Web Community

A Gun At Front of House

Review: The Insider’s Guide to Home Recording

Musicians Institute Hits The EBooks

Sweet Tweet Links

Weird Al Yankovic’s FOH engineer/TM Jeffery Osborne (really) profiled by local town paper.
Surrounded by construction, Evanston, IL recording studio is forced to move, put building on the market.
Blauvelt, NY residents campaign for historical plaque at site of studio where Springsteen recorded Born To Run
Can you hear subtleties between a 128kbps mp3, a 320kbps mp3 and a WAV file? Try NPR’s test; how’d you do?
Rap star Big Sean promised his Detroit high school a surprise if its ACT scores went up. He gave them a studio.

Video Vault
Building A Shipping Container Recording Studio

Page 22 – Sound Recording – Studio Showcase

DaCapo Music Studios: Artist-Friendly

Page 24 – Sound Recording – Veneto West

Online Extra – Further insight into the facility and Ronan Chris Murphy

Ronan Chris Murphy reviews IsoAcoustics’ ISO-L8R155 & Modular Aluminum System

Page 33 – Sound Technology – Innovations

Testing Audio ADCs and DACs [Expanded Article]

Page 34 – Sound Technology – Reviews

AEA R88 MK2 Stereo Ribbon Microphone

Marshall Plexi Super Lead 1959 Plug-In

Page 35 – Sound Technology – Reviews

NewerTech USB 3.0 Universal Drive Adapter

Page 37 – Sound Technology – Reviews

iZ Technologies Radar Studio

Pro Audio Review cover story on Ultimate Ears reference monitors
A photo tour of the process of both standard and 3D printed ear molds at the UE factory.
UE’s transition to 3D printing.
PSN editor in chief Frank Wells explored digital ear scanning in his March, 2014 editorial (“Last year, we covered Ultimate Ears’ move to 3D printing of custom ear molds, hinting at direct laser scans of the inner ear that would preclude the need for taking silicone ear impressions. The future is here. See staffer Steve Harvey’s ear being taken in realtime at This is a game changer. No audiologist is required; an hourly employee can be trained to make the scans. Coupled with UE’s product selector app, now ported to the iPad, the stage is set for retail level sales of fully custom IEM products.”)

Page 38 – Sound Technology – Reviews

Audio-Technica System 10 PRO
Sennheiser MK8

Page 40 – Sound Products – Studio

Genelec SAM Range

Tracktion 6 Music Production Software

Dangerous Music 2-Bus+ Analog Summing Device

Audient iD14 Two-Channel USB Audio Interface

Sunburst Gear M6BR9 Six-Channel Portable Monitor Speaker System

Waves Audio H-Reverb Plug-In

Page 41 – Sound Products – Live Sound

Adamson S-Series Sub-Compact Line Array

Neutrik EtherCon Cat 6A Line

Lectrosonics SSM Super Slight Micro Bodypack Mic Transmitter

QSC Q-Sys Core 110f

Meyer Sound Leopard Array and 900-LFC Low Frequency Control Element

dbx DriveRack Venu360 Loudspeaker Management System

Page 44 – Sound Reinforcement – Live Sound Showcase

Volbeat: Something Is Rockin’ In The State Of Denmark [Extended Article]