Post and Broadcast
Broadcasters Prep for Live Immersive Content
The ability to provide immersive audio is quickly moving from being an option in many fields to a necessity. Whether being applied to broadcast content, cinema, or live and concert sound, the various formats—as well as the facilities and...
Podcasting? Yeah, Staples’ Got That
While some big-box retailers might jump on the podcasting boom by selling gear, Staples has a far bigger plan—it’s opened podcast studios in six test stores, with technical designs and acoustics created by Professional Audio Design’s president Dave Malekpour...
Larry Edgeworth, NBC News Audio Tech, Dies of COVID-19
Larry Edgeworth, a 25-year veteran of NBC News who worked out of the network’s Rockefeller Plaza headquarters in Manhattan, died on Thursday, March 19, from complications brought about by the coronavirus.
Tom Kobayashi, Skywalker Sound / ISDN Pioneer, Dead at 91
Tom Kobayashi built and ran George Lucas’ Skywalker Sound before pioneering the use of ISDN and fiber optic networks for audio work.
Focusrite Podcast Studio Makeover Competition Kicks Off
Have a favorite podcast that sounds awful? Has Focusrite got a contest for them—a full podcast studio makeover.
M3 Makes Waves in Miami at Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest
Music Mix Mobile recently used the new Waves SuperRack SoundGrid while mixing DJ Khaled, Maroon 5, DaBaby, Guns N’ Roses, Snoop Dogg, and Dan + Shay for broadcast.
Oscar-Winning Sound Mixer Stuart Wilson Talks Pre-‘1917’ Career
Stuart Wilson, the Oscar and BAFTA winning sound mixer for 1917 discusses his early love of sound and working on some of the world's best-known films.
Audio Design Desk Launches add.app Sound-for-Picture Software
Audio Design Desk is introducing post software that takes different approach to finding and placing sound effects in video clips.