Archive for March 22nd, 2011
JESSUP, MARYLAND: API’s groundbreaking and industry-leading lunchboxÂ® frame for 500-Series modules just got better. The re-engineered lunchbox boasts many improvements, including an increased power supply current of 215mA per slot, the addition of DB-25 connectors for easy input and output connection and XLR access to channels 7 and 8 of the multi-pins. The revamped lunchbox also provides individual power rail LED indication and re-settable fuses on the power rail of each slot, so that one faulty module will not affect the others. The addition of a 100 VAC input voltage tap allows for wider international versatility.
Despite the numerous changes, the lunchbox’s basic design remains true to its roots. It still has six slots for standard API 500-Series modules, an internal phantom power supply and rugged steel chassis. For now, the new lunchbox remains priced at $499.
ABOUT API (AUTOMATED PROCESSES, INC.) Established more than 40 years ago, more
WASHINGTON DC: Lost Origin Productions is an international multi-media company with a hefty creed: explore the past to change the future. Directed by musician, photographer and writer Jason Hamacher, Lost Origin Productions explores modern people living in ancient civilizations with hopes of inspiring current-day culture with a new ideas, stories and perspectives. Most recently, Hamacher traveled to Aleppo, Syria, to continue work on his Edessian Preservation Initiative, a project to preserve the world’s oldest Christian music practiced by the parishioners of St. George’s Syriac Orthodox Church. In order to capture the community’s ancient vocal traditions, Hamacher brought along his 3124+ from API.
“An old friend of mine, Matt Squire, is a producer who has a bunch of API gear,” said Hamacher. “When I told him my plan to record the chants, he told me I needed to use API equipment to make the recordings sound fantastic. more
AUSTIN, TEXAS: “Indie. Innovative. Intelligent.” yellow DOG Studios’ slogan is as true as a slogan can be. A place that artists as diverse as Brandon Jenkins, SQUINT, Pine Top Perkins, Mike Kelly, Green Day and Cody Canada have recently called home, yellow DOG Studios possesses the equipment, staff and the environment to produce high-quality recordings. Its Austin, location has great live and control rooms along with various vintage and boutique microphones, outboard pieces, guitars, amplifiers and even an API 1608. But having just one API recording console wasn’t enough for yellow DOG. Earlier this year, the recording facility commissioned a second 32-channel 1608 desk, and had it delivered earlier this month.
“I think the industry standard is to have different consoles in each room of a facility,” said studio co-owner and producer/arranger Ed Robinson, “but we decided to cut against the more
NEW YORK: Exhibitor Applications for the 131st AES Convention have been posted on line at the AES website www.aes.org/events/131/exhibitors The convention will be held at New York’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center October 20-23, 2011.
The AES has served the professional audio industry for 63 years as the leading forum for the exchange of technical information and ideas for engineers, producers, creative artists, manufacturers and educators. Over 18,000 pro-audio industry members are expected to attend this year’s event. The 129th Convention attracted attendees from more than 70 countries around the world.
For additional information on Exhibiting at AES, contact Chris Plunkett, director, convention management at email@example.com
Pictured: NY’s Jacob Javits Convention Center will host the 131st AES Convention, Thursday, October 20 thru Sunday, Oct. 23.
The Audio Engineering Society was formed in more
GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA – MARCH 2011: Though still relatively young, Danley Sound Labs is well known for manufacturing loudspeakers and subwoofers that defy conventional designs. Unorthodox inventor and company namesake Tom Danley has spent decades designing not just sound reinforcement systems, but also state-of-the-art acoustics technologies for the government. His patented creations form the foundation of Danley Sound Labs’ success, and a cadre of more
JOHNS CREEK, GEORGIA, MARCH 22, 2011â€”When youâ€™re as busy as the tech department at Perimeter Church, managing nine auditoriums, an average of six weekend services, and more than 2,300 events each year, certain logistics need to be as reliable and as streamlined as possibleâ€”especially audio. To help dramatically reduce stage noise and adapt to the different needs of this 95-acre campus, Perimeter Church continues to select Aviom Pro16Â® Personal more
Rio Rancho, NM â€“ March 2011â€¦ Lectrosonics, recognized the world over as a leading manufacturer of wireless microphone systems and audio processing products, is pleased to announce 2011 marks the companyâ€™s 40th anniversary. Founded in March of 1971 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Lectrosonics has evolved into a leading manufacturer with a global presence.
Lectrosonicsâ€™ first product was the Voice Projector series of portable PA systems and lecterns. In 1975, the companyâ€™s first wireless microphone was added to the product line. Shortly thereafter, these products were marketed under the FreedomikeÂ® trademark. more
Upgrading its audio infrastructure to deliver a more immersive experience to its partners, the not-for-profit Mount Baker Theatre in Bellingham, Washington, recently installed a HARMAN Soundcraft Vi1 digital console after a successful hands-on demonstration and in-concert run through. After viewing the console at the LDI Conference in Las Vegas, Technical Director John Bauer immediately ordered a demo console and was surprised to see it waiting for him in his office when he returned.
The Mount Baker Theatre provides its guests with a variety of Broadway and off Broadway shows, local productions of Broadway shows, symphonies, local musical acts and dance recitals. As a non-profit organization, the theatre works to enrich the culture and reinforce a sense of community within the region.
â€œThe Vi1 is a console you can jump right on, whether you are a seasoned pro or a new user, which is why we were able to more
Successful Composer Uses RTW Solution for Monitoring Control and Signal Analysis at His Cologne Studio
COLOGNE, GERMANY-RTW, a leading manufacturer and distributor of professional audio metering and control devices, proudly announces that successful German musician and composer Helmut Zerlett implemented an RTW SurroundControl system for integrated monitoring control and signal analysis into the design of his surround-sound compatible Cologne studio. In Germany, Zerlett is a well-known band leader for many popular late-night television shows. more
BUENA PARK, Calif.â€”In conjunction with an international launch at the Music Messe Expo, Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc. announces the availability of the iPad app StageMix for the Yamaha LS9 digital audio console. The new software will be shown at NAB in April.
Similar to the iPad app recently launched for the Yamaha M7CL console, StageMix is an application for the Apple iPad that allows remote control of LS9 mix functions via a simple, intuitive graphic interface from anywhere within wireless range. The application enables the engineer to set up monitor mixes from a performerâ€™s position on stage directly controlling mix parameters via the iPad. To run StageMix on an iPad, a wireless connection from the iPad to a WIFI access point and an Ethernet connection from the WIFI access point to the LS9 is required.
Yamaha LS9 controllable parameters scheduled to be implemented in StageMix are more
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