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Public Radio Station KPCC Gets Talking with Clear-Com Eclipse

PASADENA, CA ? Clear-Com®, a global leader in critical voice communication systems, is pleased to announce that public radio station KPCC has installed a 48-Port Clear-Com® Eclipse Median Digital Matrix Intercom System with V-Series Panels at its new, state-of-the-art radio broadcast facility in Pasadena, California. The system has enabled communications throughout the station’s 30,000-square-foot facility. Additional V-Series Panels are in place at the station’s downtown facility for uninterrupted communication between the two locations. KPCC also employs Clear-Com’s Concert Intercom-over-IP communications solution for contact between its staff in the field and those in the studio. more

Auralex Amps Up Allusion Studios

Recording Studio Relies on Auralex to Complete Total Acoustical Upgrade

TUCSON, AZ, OCTOBER 25, 2011 — When Allusion Studios Head Engineer Jim Pavett made the decision to overhaul the acoustics and aesthetics of the studio, his first choice for both product and direction was Auralex Acoustics, Inc., the industry leader in innovative sound control solutions. Pavett was looking for a way to improve the overall sonic quality of each of the rooms in his studio, as well as create isolated spaces for the production of individual sounds, such as drums, bass, guitar and vocals. more

Auralex to Unveil New ProMAX Panels During AES 2011

Stand-Mounted StudioFoam Absorbers Offer Convenient, Portable Solution

NEW YORK, OCTOBER 21, 2011 — Auralex Acoustics, Inc., the industry leader in innovative sound control solutions, will be unveiling its new ProMAX Panels — stand-mounted, portable StudioFoam absorbers — during AES 2011.

Auralex’s new ProMAX panels are designed as a portable, lightweight, yet highly effective absorption treatment for run-and-gun recording situations such as studio rentals, live events, temporary recording applications and any location where mounting acoustical treatments to the wall are not possible or ideal. more

Sound Devices Introduces New Mix Assist Feature for its 788T Digital Audio Recorder at AES 2011

Distinguishes Background Noise from Speech During Recording

NEW YORK, OCTOBER 21, 2011 — Sound Devices, experts in portable hard-disk recording for audio, introduces Mix Assist, a new feature for its 788T Multi-Track Digital Audio Recorder, at AES 2011 (Booth 139). This new feature is available as a no-charge firmware update to all new and existing 788T customers.

Sound Devices 788T is a powerful, eight-input, 12-track digital audio recorder designed for sound engineers mixing on location for films, documentaries, episodic television and reality TV. As these applications are commonly dialogue-heavy and unscripted, the new Mix Assist turns down unused microphones while instantly activating only the microphones that are in use, making it easier to get clean dialogue recordings. Mix Assist activates only one microphone per sound source, attenuating unused microphones by 15 dB. more

Auralex Application Specialist to Present at AES 2011

Daniel Porter to Share Expertise on Acoustic Theory and how it Applies to Real-World Applications

NEW YORK, OCTOBER 20, 2011 — Auralex Acoustics, Inc., the industry leader in innovative sound control solutions, will participate in PMC/Prism Sound’s Masters of Audio Series seminar during AES 2011. Auralex Application Specialist Daniel Porter will share his acoustical expertise with attendees, providing practical tips on how to handle several real-world recording and performing scenarios.

The session, titled “From the Bedroom to Dubbing Stage,” is scheduled for Saturday, October 22nd at 3:30 p.m. in Room 1E06. The session will demonstrate the importance of acoustics in any space where critical decisions are made during the creation of music. Porter will discuss a range of typical acoustical challenges (room nodes, reflections, reverberation, etc.) and the available solutions (bass trapping, absorption, diffusion and isolation) for spaces ranging from project studios to large concert venues. more

Auralex Asks Customers To Show their Stuff In Online Challenge

“Show Us Your Auralex Room” Facebook Challenge Designed to Foster User Awareness

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Auralex Acoustics, Inc., the industry leader in innovative sound control solutions, announces an online challenge aimed at inspiring creativity and awareness among its users. The challenge, titled “Show Us Your Auralex Room,” which will run from October 1 until December 15, asks users to showcase their best use of Auralex’s acoustical treatment products and will be accessible through an application on the company’s Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/AuralexAcoustics).

“We are continually wowed by the innovative ways our costumers utilize Auralex products to achieve the optimal sound quality necessary for their varying needs,” says Eric Smith, founder and president of Auralex Acoustics. “This challenge is a way to showcase this innovation, as well as to demonstrate our appreciation for the support of our customers.” more

Sound Devices Wave Agent Software Hits 20,000 Registered User Mark

A Comprehensive and Indispensable Tool to Prepare and Edit Audio File Metadata

AMSTERDAM, SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 — Sound Devices, experts in portable hard-disk recording for audio, is proud to announce at IBC 2011 (Hall 8, Stand E72) that its Wave Agent software has passed the 20,000-user threshold. Designed for production sound mixers and post-production editors, Wave Agent is available as a free download from the company’s website (www.sounddevices.com).

Compatible with both Mac and PC platforms, Wave Agent is an essential, time-saving tool for anyone working in production sound, regardless of the brand of digital recorder that is employed. Wave Agent helps users manage and edit broadcast wave file metadata (BEXT) and iXML metadata, and allows for batch editing of large file libraries. Wave Agent users are offered the flexibility to modify sound report templates to meet the needs of each project. Additionally, the software generates sound reports in PDF format, ensuring the reports can be viewed regardless of the editing application being used. more

Sound Devices Features MIXPRE-D Portable Mixer at IBC 2011

Offers Impressive Audio and Compact Design for Industry Professionals with a Range of Connection Options Including DSLR Capabilities

AMSTERDAM, SEPTEMBER 11, 2011—Sound Devices, experts in production sound, is setting a new standard at this year’s IBC show (Hall 8, Stand E72) for compact, high-performance portable audio mixers with the introduction of its newest MixPre-D. Ideal for documentary-style, sports, news magazine and corporate-industrial productions, MixPre-D is designed for any production application where capturing great sound is important, but size and weight are a concern. more

Sound Devices Debuts New Mix Assist Feature for 788T Digital Audio Recorder at IBC 2011

Distinguishes Background Noise from Speech During Recording

AMSTERDAM, SEPTEMBER 10, 2011—Sound Devices, specialists in production sound, is debuting Mix Assist, a new feature for the 788T Multi-Track Digital Audio Recorder, at this year’s IBC show (Hall 8, Stand E72). This new feature is available as a no-charge firmware update to all new and existing 788T customers.

Sound Devices 788T is a powerful, eight-input, 12-track digital audio recorder designed for sound engineers mixing on location for films, documentaries, episodic television and reality TV. As these applications are commonly dialog-heavy and unscripted, the new Mix Assist turns down unused microphones while instantly activating only microphones that are in use, making it easier to get clean dialog recordings. Mix Assist activates only one microphone per sound source, attenuating unused microphones by 15 dB. more

Sound Devices Intos Pix to European Market at IBC 2011

New Line of Portable Audio/Video Recorders Debuts at this Year’s Show

AMSTERDAM, SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 — Sound Devices, experts in portable hard-disk recording for audio, is presenting its first line of portable audio/video recorders to the European market at IBC 2011 (Hall 8, Stand E72). Sound Devices brings its recording technology to video with the introduction of PIX audio/video recorders, consisting of two models — PIX 220 and PIX 240.sound-devices-pix-240.jpg

“Sound Devices previewed its new line of PIX recorders at this year’s NAB show and had such an overwhelming positive response, that we are now officially launching the product at IBC,” says Jon Tatooles, managing director of Sound Devices. “Continuing our heritage in field production, we’ve taken the next step and introduced high-performance video along with high performance audio with our new PIX recorders. While our existing products have become the audio recorder of choice for countless productions worldwide, camera and sound operators alike will soon be able to count on these new high-performance audio/video recorders in the field as well.” more

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