Studio Concepts, Gear and the Physics of Sound by Jim Pavett is now available worldwide
Ontario, Canada (September 14, 2010) â€“ ASK Video Interactive Media, a leading creator of software tutorials on DVD, is now shipping The Studio Edge: Pro Audio Recording Series Tutorial on DVD, announced in July. This first installment, entitled Studio Concepts, Gear & the Physics of Sound, is designed to give home recording enthusiasts the solid grounding in audio engineering and sound recording that are crucial to success in the studio.
â€œIf you’re starting to put together a studio and are feeling overwhelmed with everything around you,â€? says Steve Kostrey, President of ASK Video, â€œlet us help you out by teaching you the fundamentals of audio so you’ll never feel like an alien in your own studio again.â€? more…
SADiE 6 Official Release to include iZotope Plug-ins
Cambridge, UK: Prism Sound, manufacturer of the SADiE product range of high-end DAWs, is delighted to announce a major addition to its new SADiE 6 release. In a deal just announced with iZotope, all SADiE 6 systems will include an expanded audio effect feature set powered by iZotope technology. These features will include:
Chorus & Flanger
Simple Mastering (including EQ, reverb, exciter, widener, loudness maximize)
New Soundminer HD Plus Asset Management System to include iZotope 64-bit Sample Rate Conversion Engine for world-class sound quality, speed, and efficiency
AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands â€“ IBC â€“ iZotope, an industry leading audio digital signal processing company, has licensed their acclaimed 64-bit Sample Rate Conversion Engine (SRC) to Soundminer for integration into their new HD Plus Asset Management System and is also scheduled to be added to an upcoming release of their noted V4/V4pro product. The partnership will provide Soundminer customers with world-class quality sample rate conversion and improved file transfer speeds with efficient operation for low demand on processing (CPU) power.
“By partnering with iZotope to enhance our batch processing, we were able to more than double our transfer speeds,” explained Steve Pecile, President of Soundminer. “iZotope’s technology allowed us to achieve these results without compromising the level of quality our customers expect.” more…
Renegade Media Group Announces BLAST: Modern Urban Production Tools Vol. 1 and 2
Producer Bobbybass brings you the sounds of Jay Sean, Lil Wayne, Sean Paul, and Lil Jon
New York City â€“ Renegade Media Group, a leading sample library company founded by producers Josh Harris and Bobbybass, announces BLAST: Modern Urban Production Tools Vol. 1 and 2, two new sample libraries chock full of kits, sounds, and loops. Bobbybass himself used sounds from this very library on the #1 billboard, 3x platinum single Jay Seanâ€™s â€œDownâ€? featuring Lil Wayne and â€œDo You Rememberâ€? featuring Sean Paul and Lil Jon.
â€œWith so many bad libraries flooding the market, our goal was to provide with street-certified sounds that are actually usable in productions,â€? said Bobbybass. â€œHow do I know the content in BLAST is up to the task? I use it in my own work with some of the top artists in the industry today.” more…
Sonnox Broadcast & Post Collections Available At 30% Discount thru Oct. 31
OXFORD, UK: UK-based plug-in developer Sonnox is introducing two unique Oxford plug-in collections geared towards the broadcast and post-production sectors.
Company Sales & Marketing Manager Nathan Eames reports Sonnox Broadcast is a collection of world-class plug-ins specifically selected to provide broadcasters with a set of high-quality precision tools for processing audio. “We have bundled our popular Oxford EQ and Dynamics plug-ins along with the Limiter and it’s comprehensive metering; the Inflator to maximize loudness and the Oxford SuprEsser for correcting problematic frequencies. These proven plug-in tools will enable broadcast engineers to dramatically improve the quality of virtually any program segment.” Sonnox Broadcast is offered at a 30% introductory discount through Oct. 31, 2010. During this period the TDM format price is $1,342. and Native is $685. more…
Plus Free Shipping Worldwide on Purchases Over $100
Hollywood, CA â€“ EASTWEST, the industry leader in virtual software instruments is offering 40% off the retail price of most BEST SERVICE, EASTWEST/QUATUM LEAP, and ZERO-G sample libraries and virtual instruments through September 13, 2010 in honor of Labor Day.
Donâ€™t miss this opportunity to get some of the worldâ€™s best Virtual Instruments and sounds at 40% off the retail price! EASTWEST has led the industry for more than 20 years and provides music professionals with the very best software creation tools available. more…
Fairfield, NJâ€“â€“The versatile new VisionFrameâ„¢ Video Monitor Wall System from Middle Atlantic Products provides heavy-duty structural support for monitors. The system saves integrators valuable installation time with a simple effective design, and can be quickly and easily specified with the companyâ€™s Middle Atlantic Designerâ„¢ 3D Layout software. VisionFrame Systems can be designed with monitor height over 13 feet from the floor and with unlimited length, providing unmatched versatility.
Available in both freestanding and desk mount configurations, VisionFrame systems are well suited for a variety of applications including digital signage for information sharing, advertising and visual communications. It also helps optimize viewing of larger and multiple screens simultaneously in security and other monitoring environments. more…
CLARET, France — Sept. 2, 2010 — NETIA today announced that Sofrecom Argentina, a subsidiary of Sofrecom France and a France Telecom / Orange company, will serve as a dealer of the NETIA CMS (Content Management System) for the Latin American market. The NETIA CMS builds on the company’s well-established media asset and workflow management solutions to give telco operators and broadcasters a straightforward, multiplatform content delivery solution. more…
â€” Multi-purpose control room at the world-famous Peabody Conservatory had been plagued by uneven sonic response, but the 8260Aâ€™s ability to calibrate itself to accommodate any room design proved to be the perfect solution â€”
Johns Hopkins Universityâ€™s Peabody Conservatory, which has educated some of the worldâ€™s finest musicians and whose curriculum also has an extensive professional audio training component, recently purchased and installed an entire new 5.1 surround monitoring system from Genelec, the pioneer in Active Monitoring technology for three decades.
The new system consists of an L-C-R array of three Genelec 8260A Tri-Amplified DSP Monitors, and a rear pair of 8250A Bi-Amplified DSP Monitors. Both models feature Genelecâ€™s proprietary AutoCalâ„¢ automated calibration, Genelec Loudspeaker Manager (GLMâ„¢) control network, advanced Genelec Directivity Control Waveguideâ„¢ (DCWâ„¢) and MDEâ„¢ (Minimum Diffraction Enclosureâ„¢). All five monitors are mounted on stands surrounding more…
CLARET, France — Sept. 1, 2010 — NETIA today announced that Algerian Radio (RA), Algeria’s public radio broadcaster, has expanded its Radio-Assist(TM) digital audio software installation to realize a highly automated end-to-end broadcast workflow incorporating media ingest, production, scheduling, playout, and archiving. By automating centralized media archiving for all five Algerian Radio national stations, facilitating the exchange of content among existing regional facilities already equipped with Radio-Assist, and streamlining acquisition of wires from various news sources, the Radio-Assist implementation enables more efficient creation and delivery of French- and Arabic-language news and other programming to more than 20 million listeners in Algeria.
“Timely news broadcasts are a very important part of the services that we offer to our listeners, and the further build out of our Radio-Assist software systems brings even greater efficiency to individual station operations, as well as improved collaborative capabilities among the different contributors to the news production workflow,” said Mr. HIDOUGUI Salah, director of technical services and equipment at Algerian Radio. “The highly automated workflow we now enjoy, as well as the benefits of a convenient centralized archive, give journalists the time and tools they need to deliver quality news quickly.” more…