Archive of the Studio News Category
Craig Duman of Snowblind with Dangerous Music ST/SR & 2-Bus LT
Game Audio Guru Craig Duman adds Dangerous 2-Bus and Monitor ST/SR to his Mix
Edmeston, NY – June 22, 2010 – Craig Duman is the sound design and music expert at Snowblind, a Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment Company that specializes in video games. Duman has over fifteen years experience in game audio and has worked on over 75 games for many of the top companies in the industry including Interplay, Shiny and Rock Star. Duman is currently in the midst of creating audio for “War in the North,” a Lord of the Rings themed game that is highly anticipated by fantasy game players. It features all the latest in graphics and sound technology, including the audio in 5.1 surround. At Snowblind Duman has recently installed the Dangerous Music 2-Bus LT analog summing amp and the Dangerous Monitor ST/SR stereo and surround monitor controller. more
CLEVELAND, OH â€” Aviomâ€™s Pro64Â® audio network is at the heart of the new educational initiative at Cuyahoga Community Collegeâ€™s Center for Creative Arts.
Located at the schoolâ€™s metropolitan campus, the recently-constructed Center for Creative Arts is part of the collegeâ€™s new Creative Arts Division. Along with the new facility is a new educational paradigm. An important element of this educational initiative is to give students the chance to learn hands-on how to record and create mixes on a daily basis. An Aviom Pro64 Series audio network allows the school to implement its curriculum by providing audio distribution throughout the four-story, 75,000-square-foot structure. more
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – JUNE 2010: TransAudio Group, boutique distributor of the recording industry’s best-of-the-best equipment, announces the addition of Mark Hornsby, a producer and engineer at the top of his field, to the position of marketing and project manager. Hornsby will help users understand what sets TransAudio Group’s manufacturers apart via multifarious routes, including in-the-field seminars, skilled trade show efforts, and product demonstrations, both live and online. Hornsby will remain in the pro audio hotbed of Nashville to continue his diversity of work as a producer, engineer, consultant, lecturer, and writer, based out of Java Jive Studio. more
FreshBeat Studios adds A-Designs HAMMER and REDDI as well as Pete’s Place BAC-500 and Blast Pad for commercial and TV/film score production
LOS ANGELES — Although Nard Berings’ name may not be immediately familiar to most people, his compositions have been heard by countless millions. How? Nard and his brother, Klaas, are the co-owners of Fresh Beat, a company with studios in both Los Angeles and Amsterdam that produce music for some of the most popular television shows and commercials around the globe. more
Five New Models Offer Flexibility for Wide Range of Applications
Las Vegas, NV, June 9, 2010 â€“ Powersoft, the world leading manufacturer of innovative, green design power amplifiers, is pleased to introduce the M Series line of power amplifiers at InfoComm 2010 (Booth C7798). The M Series consists of five new models encompassing two four-channel and three two-channel versions. As expected from a Powersoft amplifier, M Series amplifiers come in a one rack unit chassis, 358mm/14.1″ in depth and weighing just over 7kg/16lbs. All M Series models are masterpieces of efficiency thanks to Powersoftâ€™s own legendary combination of switch mode power supply and PWM output stages. more
INDIANAPOLIS, IN, June 9, 2010 â€“ Auralex Acoustics, Inc., the industry leader in innovative sound control treatment is proud to introduce another landmark. We are expanding our product line by introducing Studiofoam Pro, the first Class A fire-rated acoustical foam.
Acoustical foam that is Class A fire-rated is revolutionary in the progress of sound control. Not only is it a safer option to have as a precaution in case of a fire, but these ratings pass fire codes which allow it can be used in more public places than standard acoustical foam. Class A fire-rated acoustical foam is approved for use in commercial applications and in public buildings. This is a great solution to reduce noise in large spaces and cut the cost of acoustically treating a large space.
The absorption level has not been tainted by creating acoustical more
SonicPool, one of Hollywood’s leading post facilities, specializing in sound and picture finishing, edit suite rentals, and full post-production services, has announced the completion of Season Five of MTVâ€™s hit TV show, Randy Jackson Presents: Americaâ€™s Best Dance Crew. The announcement was made by John Frost and Patrick Bird, co-founders, SonicPool. more
When the National Guard tapped Iostudio to assist with its new marketing efforts, the Nashville-based marketing and web development company realized immediately that it needed a more robust storage solution to handle the increased workflow. To improve project management while providing its editing team the resources required to meet tight deadlines efficiently and effectively, Iostudio turned to Small Tree and its GraniteSTOR Ethernet-based shared storage technology. more
Consoleâ€™s Sound and Flexibility Key to Karismaâ€™s Business Model
MONTREAL, QC, CANADA â€“ Karisma Recording Mobile recently installed a 96-input, 48-fader Solid State Logic C200 Digital Production Console in its flagship remote truck to handle the capture and broadcast of everything from sporting events to a star-studded Haitian relief concert. Karisma Recording Mobile is the go to company that has worked with Celine Dion, Brian Adams, Peter Gabriel, Star Academy and Lady Gaga over the years when these acts perform in and around Montreal. The C200 has the input power and audio quality to handle multiple performing act shows, while providing the flexibility to be the sole console servicing a major event. more
Large Diaphragm Tube Mics For Kenji Sano Solo Project
Pictured (L-R) with a matched pair of TELEFUNKEN AR-51 microphones at LA’s Westlake Recording Studios are recording artist Kenji Sano and engineer Kenji Nakai. Photo by David Goggin.
Before starting on the long-awaited Kenji Sano solo project, recording engineer Kenji Nakai purchased a matched pair of new TELEFUNKEN Elektroakustik AR-51 microphones. Nakai, who came to the US in 1990 and has worked with such artists as the Red Hot Chili Pepper, Celine Dion and Tom Petty, chose the AR-51 for its versatility in a wide range of recording applications. more
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