The Compatibility Game
The “big features” that live within a DAW—digital audio, MIDI, automation, video integration, etc.—are already in place, but once you go outside the DAW, matters become less certain.
Harman Forms Global Live Sound, Rental Group
Harman Professional has announced the formation of a new global group to support live sound and rental professionals, led by Brian Pickowitz, the newly-promoted associate director, Global Live Sound and Rental Systems.
TC Electronic Bows Broadcast 6000
Broadcast 6000 is a custom-tailored version of TC Electronic’s System 6000 MKII that has been created for production with broadcast in mind. The new unit designed to facilitate live program mixing for sports, game shows or concerts.
Leslie Leaves Renkus-Heinz
FOOTHILL RANCH, CA—Scott Leslie, appointed president of Californian loudspeaker maker Renkus-Heinz in January of this year, has left after less than half a year. The split was “amicable” said a Renkus spokesman.
MediaHorse Gets All Shook Up
MediaHorse has placed its artist Avila's cover of the classic Elvis Presley hit "All Shook Up" in a national campaign promoting Trojan lubricant products.
Yamaha Celebrates 125th Anniversary
When Yamaha held its 125th anniversary celebration at this year’s NAMM Show, unsurprisingly, Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc. (YCAS) was deeply involved, bringing the music of performers like Elton John; Amy Grant; Chaka Khan; Dave Grusin; Earth, Wind &...
Sonixphere Hosts Sound Event
Sonixphere recently hosted A Better View Strategic Consulting LLC's annual "D Event" leadership summit, which this year focused on the expanding role of sound in brand design.
“Grimm” Selects A-T for ADR
The audio team behind NBC's fantasy series, "Grimm," has been using Audio-Technica mics to handle the show's dialog replacement recording (ADR).
Post and Broadcast
Soundelux Has Drive
"Drive," the new Ryan Gosling film from FilmDistrict and Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn, presented the Soundelux sound team with many unusual sonic challenges.