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Press Releases For : October 29, 2014

HARMAN Soundcraft Vi3000 and JBL VERTEC® Line Arrays and Console Chosen for Prestigious Norwegian Academy of Music

HARMAN_NorwegianAcademyOSLO, Norway — Norwegian distributor, LydRommet, has had a busy summer, designing and setting up an extensively upgraded light, audio and AV system at The Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo.

The Norwegian Academy of Music is one of Europe’s leading artistic and academic institutions. As well as a highly competent staff of 180 to cater for more than 600 students, the buildings and facilities provide among the best and most contemporary music education environments in Europe. The academy has custom designed rooms, excellent recording studios and concert halls, which facilitate over 300 concerts a year.

According to project engineer Stig Gunnar Ringen, high-quality, user-driven solutions for teaching and concerts were central goals for this project. “The installation has made the concert halls much more flexible and suited for the broad diversity of musical expressions we accommodate, without coming at the expense of the unique acoustics of the halls,” he said.

In Lindemannsalen, the main hall, eight JBL VERTEC® VT4886 subcompact line array loudspeakers and two VT4883 subwoofers are fitted on each side of the stage, as well as four VT4886 loudspeakers comprising a center cluster. A pair of JBL VTX F12 loudspeakers, along with four F18S subwoofers are used at the floor level, as well as monitors and multi-purpose loudspeakers from the JBL VP series.

Both of the concert halls have been equipped with the new Soundcraft Vi3000 console, each connected to a Soundcraft Vi stagebox, located in a central machine room.

The Vi3000 utilizes the new internal DSP SpiderCore based on the Studer Vista 1 engine, with Soundcraft’s Vi Version 4.8 operating software, adding a fourth 24-channel fader layer to improve access to the console’s 96 input channels. The surface operation and layout is similar to other Vi Series consoles, providing a familiar feel while offering expanded functionality. The Vi3000 features upgraded microphone preamps and 40-bit Floating Point DSP processing for superlative sound quality.

The system is powered by nine Crown I-Tech amplifiers, and monitored and processed by JBL HiQnet Performance Manager™ software.

LydRommet, founded in 1978, is one of Scandinavia’s leading distributors of professional audio products and systems. In the pro audio industry in Scandinavia LydRommet is known for their dedication to quality sound, high competence and level of service.

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets premier audio, visual, infotainment and integrated control solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets. With leading brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon® and Mark Levinson ®, the Company is admired by audiophiles, musicians and the entertainment venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of approximately 16,000 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $5.3 billion for the twelve months ended June 30, 2014.

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“Inside the NFL” Makes Season Debut in a New Studio with Lighting from WorldStage

10687542_10152458618089495_187091805288343783_oThe start of football season marked several changes for the iconic “Inside the NFL” program, which airs on Showtime and The NFL Network. Chief among them was a move to CBS Studio 42 and implementation of a new lighting package by lighting designers Christopher Landy and Abigail Wells of Vibrant Design LLC with equipment supplied by WorldStage.

The long-running “Inside the NFL” has moved to Tuesday this season and revamped its on-air roster with Greg Gumbel serving as the new host. Its move from studios in New Jersey to CBS Studio 42 prompted new set and lighting design that contributes to a fresh production of a fan favorite.

Vibrant Design was already familiar with Studio 42 when the show moved in. “We do ‘Last Week Tonight with John Oliver’ in that studio,” says Christopher Landy. “We strike that and do ‘Inside the NFL,’ and BET next door, so Vibrant has a great rapport with the CBS staff!”

Landy says “Inside the NFL” is “shot in a great environment. We shoot the in studio portions noon to 3 pm on Tuesdays, then its edited and integrated with roll-ins and airs that same night.”

Due to the nature of turnaround in the studio, both sets are designed with a “substantial amount of scenic lighting incorporated into the set, – miles of LED tape, lightboxes, puck lights – and from a design standpoint I love that. It allows us a great deal of depth,” he says. “It is very consistent, especially with the show loading in and out – two major shows are turned around every week in Studio 42 and there’s not much crossover in terms of gear. We’ve designed ‘Inside the NFL’ to be very plug and play.”

“Abby Wells and John Bell, the show’s lighting director, have done an amazing job!” says Landy, “not only does the set glow, the talent consistently looks fantastic every week. You’d never know the show was loaded in and refocused yesterday”.

Most of the lighting package was acquired from WorldStage, where “Terry Jackson and his team always take great care of us,” Landy says. Beyond the miles of LED tape on “Inside the NFL” are 150 ETC Source 4 lekos, 18 2K soft lights, six 2K fresnels, 40 LED iWhites, six Martin MAC Auras, ten Martin MAC 101s and 24 LED puck lights

LED tape, used within scenic pieces, includes approximately 1,800 feet of dual white LED tape from Super Bright LED in the lightbox walls and approximately 100 feet of RGBA tape from Environmental Lights in the anchor desk and podium platform.
Lighting is controlled from an ETC Ion console, also from WorldStage.

“Once again, we worked well with WorldStage and had another great experience,’” says Landy. “The producers of ‘Inside the NFL’ are thrilled with the new lighting.”

Peter Radovich is the producer of “Inside the NFL.”

WorldStage Inc., the company created by the merger of Scharff Weisberg Inc and Video Applications Inc, continues a thirty-year legacy of providing clients the widest variety of entertainment technology coupled with conscientious and imaginative engineering services. WorldStage provides audio, video and lighting equipment and services to the event, theatrical, broadcast and brand experience markets nationally and internationally.

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API’s BOX BRINGS BIG CONSOLE SOUND INTO SMALL SPACES

John_FishellMUNCIE, INDIANA – OCTOBER 2014: Assistant Professor John Fishell teaches music media and production at Ball State University in Indiana, but enjoys recording from his home. In order to get a large format sound in the small space, Fishell turned to Vintage King and the BOX console from API. The BOX was the perfect size for Fishell’s small footprint requirement, considering his entire studio is located in the second bedroom of his apartment. However, the footprint of the console is the only thing he finds small about it. When asked what advice he would give to others considering a BOX of their own, Fishell responded: “Brace yourself, you are playing with the big boys now. With API, there should be no such thing as puny-sounding tracks. The built-in compressor is powerful, yet easy to use and makes a difference.”

In addition to the BOX, Fishell has accumulated quite the API collection, including six API 550b EQs, four JDK V14 EQs, and twelve API 225L compressors. He says his first experience with API gear was when he was a student himself at Omega recording studios in Rockville, Maryland. There he got to work with a 2488 in the B room, and he’s been a fan ever since. When he decided on the BOX himself, no other company would do. “I was very happy with my modular API DSM system, and I knew I wanted to stay with their summing. The features like the built-in 550A made me lust after the BOX. I was able to seamlessly integrate API outboard gear that I already owned through inserts and patch points.” Fishell has worked as independent engineer, producer, and musician since 1993. He has also worked full-time at James Madison University, Middle Tennessee State, University of Colorado at Denver, American University, and now Ball State.

At home, Fishell primarily focuses on rock and jazz, occasionally working on classical music as well. Even though he has only had the BOX installed for a few months, it has already recorded almost a dozen different artists such as Dave Liebman and Mike Stern. When he compares it to other consoles, Fishell will argue that the BOX holds its own: “The BOX has the same ‘mojo’ and coloration of API’s bigger consoles, so I can compete with other pro mix facilities in the comfort of my small apartment. It does a great job – better than mixes that stay in the ‘digital box’. Even classical and jazz projects benefit from the ‘muscle’ that API gear provides.”

ABOUT API (AUTOMATED PROCESSES, INC.) Established 45 years ago, Automated Processes, Inc. is the leader in analog recording gear with the Vision, Legacy Series, 1608, and the BOX recording consoles, as well as its classic line of modular signal processing equipment.

www.apiaudio.com

Press Releases For : October 28, 2014

Symetrix SymNet Radius 12×8 Brings Ease of Deployment, Support for Dante to Texan Football Stadium

Moorhead_StadiumNew processing installation at Moorhead stadium in Conroe, Texas, had to be fast, flexible and easy-to-use – requirements that have been completely satisfied by the specification of two Symetrix SymNet Radius 12×8 DSPs with Dante capability.

CONROE, TX – OCTOBER 28, 2014: A user-friendly interface and a highly flexible approach to audio distribution were the principal factors that led to the installation of Symetrix SymNet Radius 12×8 open architecture DSPs at Moorhead football stadium in Conroe, Texas.

Locally-based integrator TASC A/V was brought to the project by the district schools authority in order to provide an extensive audio system upgrade that utilized more manageable DSP. “The district wanted a simple user interface that anyone could walk up to and know how to use,” says Anthony DiDonato, project manager, TASC A/V. “The stadium is surrounded by residential areas so they wanted presets that would limit volume and roll off the low end at 150Hz during week nights, but be able to do ‘full throttle’ for the big Friday night game.”

The system subsequently designed by TASC A/V was able to use the fiber network that connects the Moorhead stadium and other locations operated by the district schools authority. TASC A/V worked with the district’s IT department to implement a dedicated V-LAN network for the project and made the most of Symetrix’ support for Audinate’s Dante media networking technology.

The final installation revolves around two Symetrix SymNet Radius 12×8 open architecture DSPs, an Attero Tech unDIO2x2 Dante interface and a Montezuma Sound EASYMix12 DSP remote control solution. “We have achieved all of the speaker management within the Symetrix boxes, making it possible to send my bi-amp speaker settings to the Attero Tech and straight to the amplifiers. We also have distributed audio in the press box for the home side coaching staff, scouts and school administration,” says DiDonato.

The system now allows specific microphone signals to be sent to the press box that are not required to be distributed to the main PA, “and delay that signal so everything lines up with the audio coming from the end zone,” explains DiDonato. “We are also able to limit the audio coming from ‘video world’ since they might otherwise send levels all over the place!”

Previous successful experience with Symetrix DSPs meant that the Seattle, US-based brand was always TASC A/V’s first choice for the Moorhead project. The response from the district client, Conroe ISD, has been extremely positive, with athletic director Danny C. Long reporting that his team is “ecstatic” with the new installation: “TASC A/V really went the extra mile to design and install a rock-solid system and ensure that it produces quality sound in every part of the stadium… and they even completed the installation ahead of schedule.”
Indeed, the reaction from the district management has been such that, concludes DiDonato, “there is currently talk of us replicating this system design in the near-future for another stadium located in the same district. It’s very much a win-win for all concerned.”

www.symetrix.co
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ABOUT SYMETRIX: Dedicated to making life sound better for almost 40 years.

With a current and broadly-based product portfolio that encompasses both open architecture (Edge, Radius 12×8, Radius AEC) and fixed architecture (Jupiter, Zone Mix 761) solutions, Seattle, USA-based Symetrix is the global leader in digital audio signal processing. From a founding base in the studio and MI communities, Symetrix has emerged to take a defining role in commercial audio, its products now a default choice for large-scale installations in performance venues, sports arenas, educational establishments and many more. Benefiting from a worldwide distribution network that has seen its products specified in over 100 countries, Symetrix nonetheless continues to spearhead the entire design and build process from its Seattle HQ. The manufacturer is now enhancing its readiness for a new era of AV networking through its licensing partnership with Audinate, whose world-leading Dante media networking solution is fully integrated into the SymNet DSP platform.

The following are Registered Trademarks (®) of Symetrix, Inc.: Symetrix, SymNet, Edge, Radius, Solus, Jupiter, AirTools, Lucid. The following are Trademarks (™) of Symetrix, Inc.: SymNet Designer, SymNet Composer, SymLink, CobraLink, SymVue, xIn 12, xOut 12, xControl, ARC, “Hear. Experience. Engage.”

For hi-res media files on the Symetrix product portfolio, please click here.

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Barix Centralizes In-Store Radio for Dutchman Hospitality Group

Transition to IP audio simplifies scheduling, playout of music for Ohio retail and hospitality campuses

ZURICH/MINNEAPOLIS, October 28, 2014 — The Dutchman Hospitality Group specializes in helping its guests slow down and enjoy the simpler things in life. Keeping with this philosophy, the company has turned to Barix to centralize its in-store radio programming on its core IT network, transitioning to the Barix Store&Play IP audio solution to simplify the scheduling and playout of content on three of its largest retail and hospitality campuses.

Based in Amish country in rural Walnut Creek, Ohio, Dutchman Hospitality Group sought a unified solution to deliver audio programming across multiple buildings to maintain a consistent and pleasant customer experience — a feat that proved impossible with separate CD players and the “everyone’s a DJ” approach. The company put its IT contractor, Mark Greenawalt of Makarios Networks, in charge of finding a cost-efficient solution that would offer better control of the overhead music in each building.

“When we made the business decision to have a single source of overhead music on each campus, the challenge of distributing the audio seemed to require pulling new wires between each building,” said Greenawalt. “I discovered Barix Store&Play while conducting research, and discovered that their solution converts audio to data packets for network distribution, before converting back to audio at the playout point. Once I realized we could use our existing infrastructure, it became clear that transitioning to Barix would save a lot of time, labor and money. The devices are inexpensive, and the ease of setup made the overall transition very affordable.”

Since discovering Barix, Greenawalt has since transitioned Dutchman Hospitality Group’s Walnut Creek and Sugar Creek campuses, which include multiple buildings spread across large areas, featuring a mix of retail stores, restaurants and inns. In the Ohio town of Berlin, the company is streaming music from the Berlin Farmstead Restaurant to the Carlisle Country Inn a quarter-mile down the road, taking advantage of Barix’s flexibility in networking audio across separate, distant properties.

The Barix Store&Play solution is configured to minimize use of network resources, downloading programs for playback on a scheduled basis. The network architecture includes a central Instreamer device on each campus to encode audio into files for streaming over the network; and Exstreamer devices at each remote building to receive and decode the files back to high-quality audio. With fiber-optic connections and a Gigabit Ethernet backbone already in place, Greenawalt had the Barix system online and streaming audio across all assigned locations within days. The IP-addressable Barix solution has operated flawlessly, producing outstanding audio quality with exceptional reliability.

“Being a musician, I have to say that I’m very impressed with the sound quality,” said Greenawalt. “But the ease of configuration and reliability is what really makes this special. The Barix receiving devices plug directly into our sound systems, instead of requiring investment in new amplifiers and loudspeakers. As one representative in a two-person IT department, having a low-maintenance solution is huge. It really is a set-and-forget system, with no wires to pull and no extra materials or components required.”

Looking ahead, Greenawalt expects that the Barix system will be used solely for the purpose of reliable background music distribution, but envisions opportunities to scale the network to additional locations on each campus as new services develop.

“The Barix IP audio solution strikes me as having an internet radio station for our own private campuses,” he said. “The sky is the limit in terms of where we can take it in the future. Considering its flexibility and ease of configuration, I’m not sure there is anything you can’t do with this system in terms of audio distribution if you are thinking creatively.”

Barix: We Move Audio (www.barix.com)
Barix supplies simple and reliable solutions and components to systems integrators and end users worldwide. We move high-quality audio across IP networks, adding value to customer solutions for more than a decade with hundreds of thousands of devices installed worldwide. Background music distribution with dynamic advertising insertion for retail shops, bars and hotels; public address solutions for schools and public spaces; and intercom and entry systems for facility surveillance, protection and security are among the many applications of Barix solutions. Barix also supports OEM projects for a number of Global 500 listed companies serving many industries worldwide.

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Barix AG, Seefeldstrasse 303, 8008 Zurich, Switzerland
Phone: +41 43 43322 11, Fax: +41 44 2742849
Barix Technology Inc, St. Paul, MN – (866) 815-0866

http://www.barix.com

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Audinate® and Bose® Professional to Sponsor AV Networking Roadshow in New York City

New York City, NY, October 23, 2014 – Continuing a series kicked off at InfoComm MEA in October, Audinate® and Bose® Professional will hold their next session of the AV Networking Roadshow – focusing on Dante™ technology – at the Holiday Inn Midtown – Embassy Ballroom in New York City. The session, titled “Introduction to AV Networking,” is a one-day session on November 19, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The event is sponsored by Bose Professional and Audinate, with support from Attero Tech®, Audio-Technica, and Digital Audio Labs.

Dante, created by Audinate, is the leading audio-over-IP networking solution. It offers virtually perfect synchronization, ultra-low deterministic latency and plug-and-play configuration management. Dante’s real-time streaming is suitable for live broadcast, commercial installation, live sound, public address, intercoms and transportation communications deployments.

Intended for AV and IT professionals who have a novice or intermediate understanding of AV networking, these sessions expose attendees to the current state of audio networking and control for AV systems, emerging technologies and trends in AV networking. The instructor-led training uses a variety of components from Bose and other participating manufacturers, and provides an opportunity to learn audio networking theory, design and implementation through interactive, hands-on sessions using Dante audio networking technology.

Presenters include Bernie Farkus, Audinate, and Darryl Bryans and Trevor Donarski, Bose Corporation. The session is eligible for three Renewal Units for InfoComm certification holders.

Attention will be paid to the following topics:
• Connecting devices and routing audio over a Dante™ network
• Network switch configuration for various applications
• Working with IT managers to define network requirements
• Basic network troubleshooting

This is an all-day session, with lunch provided. It is limited to 75 attendees, and you can register for the course by e-mailing Lauren Handley at Bose (lauren_handley@bose.com).

Darryl Bryans, Product Line Manager, DSP, Bose Professional, stated, “The AV Networking Roadshow is a great way to quickly come up to speed on the latest information regarding audio networking and to get some hands-on experience using Dante audio networking technology and a variety of products. We’re pleased to be working together with Audinate and the other participating manufacturers to offer these sessions in New York City and beyond. By the end of the day, participants should be able to confidently implement and install a Dante enabled system.”

“As the market leader in media networking, Audinate believes that one of the ways people can fully appreciate just how easy Dante is to install, integrate and use is to support our OEM partners in educating their customers.” says Ervin Grinberg, Director of Marketing, Audinate. Grinberg also adds, “Dante is the most requested networking technology, and we are pleased to showcase the benefits regionally to present this hands-on comprehensive, well thought-out program.”

Future AV Networking Roadshow events are being scheduled for Los Angeles, Chicago, Germany, Japan and the U.K.

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Audio Engineering Society Welcomes New President Andres Mayo

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New York, NY — Following the highly-successful 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention, which took place Thursday, October 9, 2014, through Sunday, October 12, 2014, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California, the AES is pleased to welcome new President Andres Mayo as he takes over the leadership role from Dr. Sean Olive. Mayo currently serves as Owner and Senior Mastering Engineer at Andres Mayo Mastering and Audio Post in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and, as an award-winning producer and engineer, he is set to guide the AES into the coming year and through AES138 in Warsaw, Poland and the Convention’s return to New York City for AES139 in the fall of 2015.

Mayo’s skills in the studio have earned him professional success and renown throughout the industry as an audio engineer and producer. He holds a Master’s degree in Electronics Engineering from the National Technology University (U.T.N.) in Argentina. Since 1991, Mayo has been a pioneer in the art of mastering, working for several facilities in Latin America as well as London, New York and Ludwigsburg, Germany. In 1994 Andres was co-founder of Mr. Master, the first pro mastering facility in Argentina, which later became “Andres Mayo Mastering and Audio Post,” boasting full 5.1 mixing and mastering capabilities. With credits on over 2,000 albums, two GRAMMY® Awards as a producer and six Carlos Gardel Technical Excellence Awards, Mayo continues to set a high standard for the AES and for furthering professional audio advancements around the world.

Additionally, Mayo has served as the AES VP for Latin America for two consecutive terms, co-chairing more than 50 AES events in the region, including the first Latin American Conferences in 2007 (Buenos Aires), 2008 (Mexico) and 2009 (Sao Paulo), as well as the first Latin Producers Panel, in Spanish, at an international AES Convention (AES137). Mayo has also served four years as Chair of the AES Argentina Section and still serves the Society as Vice Chairman of the Technical Committee for Recording Technology and Procedures (TC-RTP). Andres speaks fluent Spanish, English and Portuguese and has been invited as keynote speaker to more than 60 conferences held throughout Latin America, the U.S. and Canada. He has been presented with the AES Board of Governors Award (2009) and the AES Citation Award in recognition of outstanding contributions to the Latin American Professional Audio Community (2011).

Commenting on the recent AES137 Convention in Los Angeles, California, as well as his new role as President, Mayo states “I strongly feel that the recent L.A. Convention has been a resonant success in all aspects. With over 300 exhibitors and 350+ presentations, workshops, tutorials and papers, not only have we proved that the AES is alive and kicking, but also that there is absolutely no convention in the world that can provide the audience with such a high level of education in all aspects of Professional Audio. My special thanks to our Executive Director Bob Moses, Co-Chairs Michael MacDonald and Valerie Tyler, and an amazing team of over 50 people, for putting together the best AES Convention ever, and I look forward to serving as President as we expand the reach of the AES in the upcoming year.”

For further information on the Audio Engineering Society and upcoming events, please visit http://www.aes.org/.

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Pensado’s Place Has Eventful AES137 Convention

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Program co-hosts Herb Trawick and Dave Pensado were the focus of the convention’s Platinum Engineers Panel, Audio-Technica’s AMA event, and two events launching their new book The Pensado Papers, published by Hal Leonard

LOS ANGELES, CA — Pensado’s Place – the acclaimed weekly web series known as the most influential show for engineers, mixers and producers – and its co-hosts Herb Trawick and Dave Pensado had a strong presence at the 137th AES Convention and concurrent events in Los Angeles. Throughout the convention (Thursday, October 9, through Sunday, October 12, 2014), Trawick and Pensado made 11 appearances; highlights included the Platinum Engineers Panel (of which Trawick and Pensado were the focus), an “AMA (Ask Me Anything)”-style Q&A hosted by Audio-Technica, and two events launching the new book The Pensado Papers, published by Hal Leonard. The Pensado Papers is the behind-the-scenes story of Dave Pensado’s and Herb Trawick’s incredible and inspirational journey in the music business and how they have worked to raise awareness and give recognition to everyone working behind the glass.

On Thursday, October 9, 2014, Vintage King Audio Los Angeles featured a book signing/intro with Trawick and Pensado and Hal Leonard staff.

The following day, Friday, October 10, 2014, at AES137 at the LA Convention Center, the Platinum Engineers Panel “The Script Is Flipped” featured Trawick and Pensado interviewed by Convention co-chair Michael MacDonald. Convention-goers got the chance to see what Trawick and Pensado have learned from their superstar guests – from studio technique and engineering, to the pressures of creating online television for 180 straight weeks (and counting). MacDonald moderated the event, drilling Pensado and Trawick on what they would like their legacy to be, their favorite and least favorite sounds, what they would do if they worked in other professions, and more.

The following day, Saturday, October 11, 2014, featured two events at the convention with Trawick and Pensado – the first was an introduction and book signing at Hal Leonard’s exhibition booth, and the second was the AMA event at Audio-Technica’s booth, with questions submitted both in person and online.

Trawick stated, “Throughout the course of the AES convention, Team Pensado ended up making 11 appearances in 72 hours, including parties, dinners etc. We were approached by a ton of people during all these times, offering an amazing amount of love, handshakes, pictures and the like. And the prevailing discussion was how great the convention was, from attendees to vendors to press. We were proud to participate in such a wonderful gathering.”

ABOUT PENSADO’S PLACE
The hour-long weekly web series Pensado’s Place was created nearly four years ago. Co-hosted by legendary mix engineer Dave Pensado (Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson, Mariah Carey, Elton John, Michael Jackson and more) and show creator Herb Trawick, Pensado’s Place includes interviews with top music industry artists, engineers, producers, mixers, and record executives, as well as in-depth tutorials in production, engineering and mixing. Pensado’s Place has positioned itself as “the most influential show for audio engineers,” mixers and producers (Forbes Magazine) in just three years. Pensado’s Place is more than just a show, as it highlights the very best in the industry of music, gaming, sound identity on film, and audio equipment, with a presence in live events. As a leading educational resource, Pensado’s Place is helping build the next generation of audio greats. http://www.pensadosplace.tv/

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Audio-Technica Presents “How to Mic A Zombie”

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Zombies exist solely in the realm of fiction — or DO they? Audio-Technica thinks it better to be safe than sorry. Surviving in a zombie apocalypse relies on preparedness in every aspect of life — even microphone technique. In this spooky video, Audio-Technica teaches you “How to Mic a Zombie.” Sit back, enjoy, and remember to check under the bed, in the closets and behind the curtains.

Watch here: http://youtu.be/a62BRu7CVE0

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Biamp Systems Brings TesiraFORTÉ and AVB Speaking Session to TecnoMultimedia InfoComm Colombia 2014

BEAVERTON, Oregon — Oct. 28, 2014 — Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, today announced its commercial audio systems showcase and speaking session for TecnoMultimedia InfoComm Colombia 2014. Held in Bogotá from Nov. 6-7 at the Corferias convention center, the event will bring the company’s award-winning TesiraFORTÉ line of Audio Video Bridging (AVB) digital signal processors to the trade show floor for the first time — allowing attendees to get an up-close look at the newly launched technology during demonstrations in the Biamp(R) booth 58. The company’s area manager for Central America, Ernesto Montañez, will also present a session titled “Understanding AVB and its Advantages” on Nov. 6 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. (more…)

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