Pro Sound News Online Index: September 2019
on the cover Reinvented AES Convention More Relevant Than Ever, by Steve Harvey The annual Audio Engineering Society Convention returns to New York City in October, bringing with it all-new master classes and workshops focusing on hip-hop, R&B and...
‘Apocalypse Now Final Cut’: Hearing It Again for the First Time
"Apocalypse Now" is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a newly edited cut enhanced by new technologies including Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and Meyer Sound Sensual Sound.
Pro Sound News Online Index: May 2019
on the cover Esports Engage at 2019 NAB Show, by Steve Harvey Recognizing the rapidly growing business sector, the NAB Show this year launched its inaugural Esports Experience, showcasing the latest online gaming trends and content delivery technologies. Studio...
Pro Sound News Online Index: February 2019
on the cover Parasher Aims to Reinvent Harman Pro, by Clive Young “We believe we have an opportunity as a team to transform the pro industry,” said Mohit Parasher, president of Harman Professional Solutions and executive vice president of...
Pro Sound News Online Index: December 2018
on the cover Audio Post Faces Rising Expectations, Falling Budgets, by Steve Harvey In the world of audio post-production, from commercials and television to major motion pictures, two things are increasingly certain: budgets—or lack thereof—and Dolby Atmos. Pro Sound...
Pro Sound News Online Index: November 2018
on the cover AES Wrap-Up: Connecting the Industry with Itself, by Clive Young At its heart, audio is all about connection—the transfer and understanding of ideas and information—so it was only fitting that the 145th Audio Engineering Society International...
At AES: Tom Fleischman Wants His Work to Be Invisible (on Screen)
By Katie Makal. Tom Fleischman discussed his re-recording work on HBO's Boardwalk Empire.
AES Diversity and Inclusion Committee Acts with Intention
By Katie Makal. The AES Diversity and Inclusion Committee met yesterday to discuss goals and accomplishments as part of the organization's efforts to better represent all segments of the pro audio community.
SEC Charges GilmanSound Founder Defrauded Investors for $3.3 Million
By Katie Makal. Purported Oil “Sonication” Companies Sell Snake Oil Instead, SEC Alleges.
Pro Sound News Online Index: June 2018
on the cover AES67, AVB/TSN, Dante Power AoIP’s Rise, by Steve Harvey With live sound, post production and, increasingly, music production facilities now routinely utilizing audio-over-IP networks, 2018 looks like it could be the year that the broadcast world...
Louisville, KY’s Goldsmith Studios: “Getting Back to Normal”
By Katie Makal. Studio owner Brian Cronin is able to return to work following a late-December robbery.
Chattanooga Public Library Builds Upscale Recording Studio
By Katie Makal. Many public libraries are installing small “studios” with cheap prosumer gear for patrons to use, but the Downtown Chattanooga Public Library has built a four-room, fully appointed pro facility that aims to teach the public everything...