METAlliance held its first ever METAlliance Academy event, titled, â€śIn Session With The Guys,â€? at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles on March 19-20, offering invaluable instruction from some of the worldâ€™s most successful producer/engineers. The control rooms used for the event were equipped with JBL LSR6300 Series studio monitors, the first studio monitors to receive METAlliance certification. more
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HardWireÂ®, a leading manufacturer of guitar pedals and a Harman International brand (NYSE-HAR), is pleased to announce that guitarist Bill Kelliher from the Atlanta-based heavy metal band Mastodon is using HardWireÂ® pedals both in the studio and currently on tour. more
Zakk Wyldeâ€™s Brand New Home Studio Features dbx Â® Compressors â€“ New Black Label Society Album Due Out This Summer
Professional technical A/V consultant Under the Wire, recently completed construction on the home studio of guitar legend Zakk Wylde, installing a multitude of dbxÂ® equipment to help Zakk and his band, Black Label Society record their new album, which is set to be released the summer of 2010. more
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINAâ€™S DEPARTMENT OF RADIATION ONCOLOGY TRUSTS CANON REALiS SX80 MARK II D PROJECTORS TO PROVIDE ACCURATE COLOR AND PRECISE DETAIL FOR IMPORTANT MEDICAL IMAGES
Accurate color and precise detail are crucial for analyzing medical imagery, as even the subtlest nuances can yield critical information in grayscale CT scans and other types of radiology. Among the many institutions scrutinizing such images on a regular basis is the University of North Carolina School of Medicineâ€™s Department of Radiation Oncology. When this advanced research center recently sought to upgrade its video-display capabilities with new, accurate, and affordable technology, they chose two REALiS SX80 Mark II D Multimedia LCOS Projectors from Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging. more
Aviomâ€™s Pro16Â® digital snake and personal mixing system, supplied by Coda Audio Services, is helping to bring versatility and lower stage volumes to the worship services at the newly constructed Bartley Christian Church sanctuary in Singapore. more
Apart from losing, there is nothing that annoys horse racing enthusiasts more than not being able to hear the race commentary properly. If your horse is about to win, you want to hear every word the commentator says as it crosses the finish line.
This need to deliver exceptionally high quality audio was the rationale behind the Selangor Turf Clubâ€™s recent purchase of a JĂĽnger Audio d06 LEVEL MAGICâ„˘ processor, a two channel digital non destructive Loudness Normalizer that provides high quality, automatic control of Loudness on any incoming source, regardless of its input level. more
WBTV, the CBS affiliate in Charlotte, North Carolina, has invested in JĂĽnger Audioâ€™s LEVEL MAGICâ„˘ processing to address problems it was experiencing with audio levels after changing from analog to digital transmission.
WBTV is one of the oldest television stations in the USA and one of two flagship stations for Raycom Media. Last year, coinciding with its 60th anniversary celebrations, WBTV switched off its analog channel 3 signal and began broadcasting on digital channel 23. more
Harvelleâ€™s in Santa Monica, Calif., is the oldest live music venue on the westside. Established in 1931, Harvelleâ€™s is the neighborhood place where music lovers gather to hear eclectic styles of music every night of the week, from jazz and hip hop to reggae, funk, blues, and acoustic performances by singer/songwriters. The venue is also home to The Toledo Show, the longest running soul/jazz/cabaret show in the Los Angeles area. more
Thirty years since ground was first broken for Beaty Hall on the campus of Aims Community College, the building has been reborn as a center for technology and media.
The newly renovated building boasts the latest technology in the collegeâ€™s brand new video, radio and audio engineering studios and is also home to new computer information systems, graphic technology, music and arts, as well as mathematics laboratories. more
St Louis-based Production Consultants has become the latest high-profile studio to invest in Fairlightâ€™s powerful Xynergi Media Production Centre.
The studio was set up in 1986 and is owned and run by award-winning audio expert Bill Schulenburg, whose long and impressive CV covers four decades in the industry and includes working with artists like Stevie Nicks and Manfred Mann; designing and editing sound and pictures for a huge variety of hundreds of TV, radio, videogame, film, theatre and audiobook projects; teaching Audio Aesthetics as an adjunct professor at Webster University; working as a popular voiceover artist; and last, but not least, currently serving as Chairman of the St. Louis Section of the Audio Engineering Society. more