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Transaudio Group Introduces Daking FET3 Compressor

fet3.JPGLAS VEGAS, NEVADA: TransAudio Group has announced the introduction of the Daking FET3, a new dual-channel limiter incorporating Class A discrete compressor circuitry and gain stages that is built in the U.S. by Geoffrey Daking. The FET3 builds on the quality and performance benchmarks set by the renowned Daking FET II single-channel limiter while adding several unique front panel features for enhanced user control.

The Daking FET3 design utilizes the same audio path and detector circuits as the FET II limiter, which has become highly regarded for its speed, high performance and unique ability to sound great on an extraordinary variety of sources. The FET3 adds new variable high-pass filters – from 0 to 200 Hz – at the detector stage to improve and customize the behavior of each limiter channel. Signal content below the user set HPF frequency will not trigger the more

Transaudio Group Introduces Tube-Tech RM 2

rm_2.JPGNEW YORK, NEW YORK: TUBE-TECH introduces the new RM 2, a new two-slot rack that vertically accommodates any two TUBE-TECH M Series tube-based modules. The new two RU frame enables the user to own multiple TUBE-TECH modules and one small two-channel rack, offering the sound of TUBE-TECH in a smaller and less expensive package than ever before. The RM-2 is unique in that it is designed from the ground up for tubes. The power supply and internal voltage rails are specifically built for tube-based electronics, offering much higher supply voltages than the modular 500 racks can offer. This new two-slot RM2 rack, along with the existing eight-vertical slot RM8 rack, expands the flexibility of TUBE-TECH while lowering the per channel cost.

The PM 1A module combines an exceptionally smooth sounding microphone preamplifier and direct more

Bock Audio Introduces New Cinema Mic

bock_50_small.jpgLAS VEGAS, NEVADA: TransAudio Group, the worldwide distributor for Bock Audio, is introducing the new BOCK 50 omni-tube microphone at the 127th AES Convention in New York. Focused on a tradition that stretches back to classical orchestral recording microphones of the 1950s, the Bock omni-directional Bock 50 is similarly intended to capture the natural ambience of groups of acoustic instruments, from small ensembles to large orchestras. It is particularly well-suited for use in a Decca Tree configuration. more

Hip Hop Fans Tuning to Europe, Africa

RadioTime, Inc.’s new ranking of the top hip hop radio stations among its users finds fans exploring well beyond the United States’ borders to find new music and on-air personalities. Stations airing in five different countries and broadcasting in five different languages are some of the most popular.

RadioTime has released its first-ever Top 19 Hip Hop Stations list, and New York’s Hot 97 takes the top spot. The list features stations across the U.S., Western Europe and even a couple in Africa. There are also a few Internet-only stations, such as sixth-ranked 181.FM The Beat. more

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Mix/Post Engineer Jeff Largent Relies on Genelec SE DSP Monitoring System for His Mixology Studio

— Mixology Studio owner and Berklee instructor Jeff Largent knows his mixes translate well from his personal studio space to the dub stage thanks to the SE DSP monitoring system —

— Genelec’s AutoCalâ„¢ room calibration software offers even the most compact mixing space highly accurate monitoring —

NATICK, MA, November 10, 2009 — The SE™ (Small Environments) DSP Monitoring System from Genelec, the world leader in Active Monitoring technology, is designed to solve many of the acoustic problems associated with small recording and mixing environments. And that’s just what it’s done for Mixology, the personal studio of Jeff Largent, a Boston-area audio post professional and an instructor at the famous Berklee College of Music. Largent needed a compact but highly accurate monitoring system for his studio, and Genelec’s SE DSP Monitoring System was the perfect solution. The system offers Genelec’s outstanding performance in a high-quality, affordable and easy-to-use package that is ideal for near field monitoring, mobile/location recording, digital audio workstations, broadcast and TV control rooms, surround sound systems, home studios and multimedia applications. more

39th AES International Conference Audio Forensics – Practices and Challenges

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Hillerød, Denmark: To be held from 17-19 June 2010 at the Pharmakon Conference Center, Hillerød, near Copenhagen, the AES 39th International Conference will be dedicated to the field of audio forensics, exploring its history, current practices, and future challenges. The conference will address issues such as audio recording, speech and signal processing and analysis, as well as the problems associated with perceptual encoding techniques and the widespread availability of inexpensive, easy-to-use editing and manipulation software.

Consequently, the organizing committee is now calling for papers in the fields of forensic processing and analysis of recordings, detection of forgeries and alterations, speech enhancement, and voice identification, proposals for which should be submitted to the AES website at www.aes.org/events/39 more

Audio-Technica Extends Warranty for All 40 Series Microphones

— New 5-year warranty now comes standard with all A-T 40 Series mics —

STOW, OH, November 5, 2009 — As part of its unparalleled dedication to its end users and confidence in its products, Audio-Technica, a leading innovator in transducer technology for over 45 years, is extending the warranty on its entire acclaimed line of 40 Series microphones. Effective immediately, all 40 Series microphones purchased through an authorized U.S. A-T dealer now come standard with a 5-year warranty. Recent purchases from authorized U.S. A-T dealers, going back to January 1, 2009, are also covered retroactively by this extended warranty.

Included in the warranty are the recently-unveiled AT4080 and AT4081 Bidirectional Active Ribbon Microphones, AT4050ST Stereo Condenser Microphone and AT4047MP Multi-pattern Condenser Microphone, which debuted to much excitement earlier this fall. Also covered are classic 40 Series models such as the more

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Jampro Antennas Inc Receives 2009 Best of Sacramento Award

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JAMPRO ANTENNAS INC RECEIVES 2009 BEST OF SACRAMENTO AWARD

U.S. COMMERCE ASSOCIATION’S AWARD PLAQUE HONORS THE ACHIEVEMENT

WASHINGTON D.C., November 3, 2009 — Jampro Antennas Inc has been selected for the 2009 Best of Sacramento Award in the Radio & TV Communications Equipment category by the U.S. Commerce Association (USCA).

The USCA “Best of Local Business” Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses throughout the country. Each year, the USCA identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and community. more

The Recording Academy Producers and Engineers Wing Grammy Soundtables Event “MWA! – Mixing with Attitude” Reveals Mixing Secrets of Industry Greats

Top Mixers Chuck Ainlay, Chris Lord-Alge and Tony Maserati Share Their Personal Approaches to Mixing at GRAMMY SoundTables® Event Moderated by Nile Rodgers at AES

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SANTA MONICA, Calif. (October 27, 2009) — A full program of events, seminars and workshops captivated audiences at the 127th AES Convention in New York City, with no event more packed than the 21st Annual GRAMMY SoundTables®: “MWA! – Mixing with Attitude.” The Recording Academy® Producers & Engineers Wing® brought together GRAMMY®-winning mixers Chuck Ainlay (Nashville), Chris Lord-Alge (L.A.) and Tony Maserati (NYC) on stage to discuss their mixing approach, with songwriter/producer Nile Rodgers as moderator. The conversation flowed from the mixers’ technical preferences to workflow to creative ownership, segueing into a listening session, with behind-the-scenes details provided by each mixer on a choice track.. Hit songs by Lee Ann Womack (“Solitary Thinking,” mixed by Ainlay), Green Day (“East Jesus Nowhere,” mixed by Lord-Alge) and Keri Hilson featuring Akon (“Change Me,” mixed by Maserati) showcased recent work by each mixer. The session ran from 2:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10, and offered priceless mixing tips and tricks spanning musical genres, workflow styles and the current related technical and industry challenges. more

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