Post and Broadcast
Yessian Celebrates 50 years of Music and Sound Design
Founded by award-winning composer Dan Yessian in a 300-square-foot bait shop in metro Detroit in 1971, Yessian, now a global enterprise, is celebrating 50 years in business.
Innovations: Deluxe One Dub Remote Audio Cloud Recording
Deluxe's Greg Taieb explains why new enhancements mean that now remote recording solutions have extended their utility beyond the pandemic.
Rolling Live Celebrates Bowie with a Landmark Livestream
Kerry Brown went from opening a record store/studio at the start of 2020 to producing an all-star 24-hour livestream honoring David Bowie at the end.
Streamland Media Completes Technicolor Post Acquisition
Streamland Media has completed the acquisition of Technicolor Post and has integrated its Picture Shop, The Farm, Ghost VFX, Formosa Group and Picture Head services
Twenty Thousand Hertz Podcast Spotlights Shure SM7
Twenty Thousand Hertz, the Webby Award-winning podcast, partnered with Shure for its latest episode to focus on the SM7 microphone.
Live Nation, Veeps Outfit 60-Plus Venues for Livestreaming
Live Nation Entertainment and Veeps, the livestream platform run by co-founders Joel and Benji Madden of the band Good Charlotte, have started equipping over 60 concert venues across the U.S. to offer turnkey livestreaming.
Maurizio Argentieri on Metric Halo and ‘The Life Ahead’
Veteran sound designer and mixer Maurizio Argentieri relied on his trusty Metric Halo ULN-8 and 2882 interfaces when he worked on Sophia Loren’s new film
Livestream Production: From Emerging Format to Industry Cornerstone
In just a year, livestreaming has exploded, with dozens of startups now providing innovative production services to answer growing demand.
The Cinematic Sound of the ‘Sammy the Bull’ Podcast
How Angelo Palazzo’s sound design and original score won the blessing of one of the mob’s most notorious hitmen.
Rivera Talks Collaboration for Composing ‘Queen’s Gambit’
Composer Carlos Rafael Rivera discussed his work on writer/director Scott Frank’s Netflix miniseries "The Queen’s Gambit" at an event for the Production Music Association's PMA Academy.
After 500 Episodes, ‘Grumpy Old Geeks’ Has a Slick Audio Workflow
As its gear and best practices have evolved, the long-running 'Grumpy Old Geeks' podcast has gotten production down to a science.
Recording NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk Concert’ Podcast at ‘Home’
Audio engineer Josh Rogosin keeps NPR's "Tiny Desk Concert" podcast series alive during the COVID-19 pandemic.