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.
‘Outdoor’ Podcasts Share Their Field Recording Secrets
Go on location with the producers behind podcasts for National Geographic, Outside and more
Sennheiser MD 435 and MD 445 Microphones – A Real-World Review
Sennheiser's new dynamic MD 435 and MD 445 handheld vocal microphones get put through the paces in a real-world review.
How to Choose Your Next Studio Microphone – The Complete Guide
Whether you're looking for your first 'really nice' microphone or expanding your mic locker, here's PSN's guide to the five 'must have' categories, the classics to keep in mind, their modern-day counterparts, and how to use them.
Sennheiser Launches MD 435 and MD 445 Vocal Microphones
Sennheiser has introduced its new MD 435 and MD 445 vocal microphones for use in live sound settings.
Driving Podcast Sound Design: ‘The Alarmist’ Makes Noise
Judicious use of music and sound beds adds an extra layer of comedy and commentary to history podcast The Alarmist.
Creative Editing is Key to ‘Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend’ Podcast
A variety of audio editing tricks help audio producer Matt Gourley ensure that the 'Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend' podcast keeps the laughs coming.
Audio Offerings at The Photography Show & The Video Show Virtual Festival
As this year’s UK convention The Photography Show & The Video Show moves online, audio pros and content creators worldwide can get in on the fun for free.
The Dave Ramsey Show Rethinks Its Podcast Workflow
The Dave Ramsey Show is Apple’s fourth most popular podcast—so why is its behind-the-scenes team retraining on audio production processes?
An Upside to Lockdown: Recording Immersive Nature Sounds
Henrik Oppermann, creative director at immersive content specialist Sonosphere, has been building up the company’s immersive sound library by collecting everyday nature sounds in his native Hessen, Germany, using his new 3-D microphone rig.
Field Recording: Producing the ‘Overheard at National Geographic’ Podcast
Smuggled dinosaur bones? Scuba diving under a pyramid? Binaural audio recording onsite? It’s all part of the 'Overheard at National Geographic' podcast’s third season.
Missing In Alaska’s Sound Puts Listeners in the Search
The intricate sound design of Missing In Alaska takes the investigative podcast from the icy shores of Alaska to the deserts of Arizona. Here's how they did it.
Sennheiser Announces Layoffs Amidst Slowing Market
With consumer and live sound sales heavily impacted by COVID-19, Sennheiser will cut 650 jobs worldwide by the end of 2022.
Inside the Live Sound of Live Aid, Part 2: Philadelphia
U.S. audio pros took the torch passed by London's Live Aid and ran with it, overcoming show-stopping obstacles to bring an unforgettable concert to the world.
‘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."
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.
Sennheiser Launches SpeechLine Multi-Channel Receiver
Expanding its range of network-enabled AV equipment, Sennheiser is launching the SpeechLine Multi-Channel Receiver.
Sennheiser hires business development manager for Pakistan
Sarmad Riaz is a broadcast and AV industry veteran
Daniel Sennheiser talks the brand’s 75th anniversary and being co-CEO
"When you're the son of Sennheiser, nobody is honest to you!"
Sennheiser announces upcoming Sound Academy courses
The majority of the courses are free
GRAMMYs 2020 powered by fully digital signal path with Sennheiser’s 6000 system
Sennheiser's Digital 6000 facilitated a completely digital signal path for the show
Frank Turner takes Sennheiser’s Digital 6000 wireless mic system on tour
“We tour an awful lot, so good reliable audio equipment is absolutely essential to us," said Jonny Stephenson, Turner's monitor engineer
LIPA chooses Neumann monitors for new studio facilities
New facilities include a TV production facilities and a 7.1.4 Atmos Home Entertainment studio
RCF appoints Thomas Lindgren as national sales manager in Denmark
Lindgren has more than 20 years experience in the pro audio industry, most recently as an audio consultant for Ascon Trading ApS