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Reverse Engineering: ‘Song Exploder’ Podcast Puts the Pieces Back Together
Popular artists take apart their tracks on "Song Exploder," revealing to host Hrishikesh Hirway and his podcast team what it takes to create a great recording.
‘Floodlines’ Podcast Tracks Tragedy in New Orleans
Sound designer David Herman uses local sounds in creative ways to tell the story of Hurricane Katrina in the eight-part podcast "Floodlines."
Learning about Loudness at University of York with VisLM
The University of York’s Department of Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media in the U.K.is teaching students in its audio programs about loudness compliance.
The Cinematic Sound Design of ‘Disgraceland’ and ’27 Club’
Berklee assistant professor of music production/engineering by day, rock n’ roll podcast producer by night, Matthew Beaudoin brings the audio might to ‘Disgraceland’ and ’27 Club.’
Building the Epic Audio Narrative of ‘Wind of Change’
Clandestine meetings with the CIA? Rocking out in Russia? Recording secret agents? It was all in a day's work while producing the hit 'Wind of Change' podcast.
How Talkhouse Built a Podcast Production Process COVID-19 Can’t Break
When ‘Talkhouse’ host and producer Elia Einhorn got COVID-19, it put the popular podcast’s workflow to the test. The workflow won.
How the ‘Flashback’ Podcast Takes History to the Top
Apple hosts more than 1 million podcasts—and the new hit, Flashback, is in its Top 50. See how sound supports OZY/iHeartRadio’s show about the accidental side effects of history.
Innovations: Lectrosonics’ DPR Digital Plug-On Transmitter
Since the mid-1980s, the plug-on transmitter has been a cornerstone of Lectrosonics’ wireless offerings. Karl Winkler, vice president of sales and service, recounts the history and highlights how that effort has led to the company’s new offering, the DPR Digital...
Composer Takes Deep Dive into Emote Control Software
Eventide’s Emote Control Software wound up being a key part of composing for the BBC’s Seven Worlds, One Planet.
Deluxe Launches One Dub for Remote Audio Cloud Recording
One Dub allows actors, engineers and directors to record remotely with the aid of secure streaming video.
Live on KEXP Podcast Blurs the Lines Between Live and Studio Recording
When engineer Kevin Suggs records a live session for Seattle’s KEXP, that becomes the raw materials for podcasts, radio broadcasts, streaming and other formats.
Brit Row Brings Outline Newton to MTV Europe Awards
Britannia Row Productions used Outline’s Newton multi-source audio processors on audio systems provided for Brit Awards and the MTV Europe Music Awards.
Major Podcasters Keep Content Coming Despite Pandemic
With audiences and production teams working at home now, major podcasters Stitcher and Parcast have revamped their audio tech and workflows to keep content coming.