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SONY PCM-D1 SURVIVES A BITE FROM THE STRONGEST JAWS ON EARTH

Hyena Finds Sony Digital Field Recorder Too Tough To Swallow

TANZANIA: Globe-trotting DP Jim Kinsey took a Sony PCM-D1 digital field recorder on a recent 21 day African safari. The game plan was to capture high-quality animal sound effects along with footage he was shooting for a stock library. more

AES 123RD CONVENTION SETS PREMIERE TECHNICAL TOURS

New & Classic Recording Studios + NYU‘s Clive Davis Recording Center

NEW YORK: Recognized as one of the world‘s leading centers for recording, live performance, broadcast and audio production, New York is a Mecca for talent, innovation and creative excellence. “AES 123rd Convention Technical Tours Chair Lou Manno had a wealth of options available for this year‘s program,” states Committee Chair Jim Anderson. “His selections represent an exceptional sampling of this city‘s diverse pro audio community.” more

AES Posts Preliminary 123rd Convention Events Calendar

NYC‘s Jacob Javits Convention Center will host the 123rd AES Convention Oct. 5-8, 2007 AES POSTS PRELIMINARY 123rd CONVENTION EVENTS CALENDAR

NEW YORK: The 123rd Audio Engineering Society Convention Committee is entering the final stages of preparation for this year‘s event in NYC‘s Javits Center – Oct. 5-8. To aid attendees in optimizing the pre-planning of their visits, the AES has posted a Detailed Preliminary Calendar of Events at http://www.aes.org/events/123/. The easy-to-navigate, full-color schedule, includes program titles, participants and drop-down boxes of indispensable information. more

WSDG RE-DESIGNS UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN AUDIO STUDIO

ANN ARBOR, MICH. – Students at the University of Michigan Audio Program are reaping the benefits of a newly renovated recording studio. An essential component of the U of M School of Music, Theatre & Dance, the studio is an integral element of the school‘s sound engineering program. It also serves as the University‘s recording facility for a variety of projects.

First built in 1995 and now redesigned by John Storyk and the Walters-Storyk Design Group www.wsdg.com, the 1800 sq. ft complex features a control room, live recording room and ISO booth. The original sound lock which doubled as a machine room has been moved to the control room for increased efficiency and space maximization. U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance more

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