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A review of DTV Audio Group's 2013 AES programby Chris SanchezThe DTV Audio Group is a trade organization whose mission is to help the industry meet the potential of digital television audio. Its membership is comprised of "network operations and technology managers and the engineers and consultants who support them. At the 2013 NY AES show, DTV A/G held a 5-part symposium that examined some changes that we can anticipate in the broadcast-audio landscape in the coming years.
Audio Network has introduced NowNextFuture, a brand new platform for showcasing their artists and composers’ debut releases. NowNextFuture celebrates incredible new music, with no genre limitations. Audio Network's Head of A&R, Jay Greenwood, gives a behind-the-scenes look into the creation and progression of this new platform.
Recording excellent field audio is not a mystery. It's achieved through proper planning and execution of the sound parameters you decided on before the actual production starts. That said, getting the right audio gear for the field is an important part of the production process.
You know sometimes we make such a big deal out of cinematic production that it has been said we forget about the importance of audio. I don’t think that is true at all. If anything, we should spend a lot more time thinking these days about how the audio plays such a big part in the whole production process. Which mics are we going to use? What sound fx? Who is doing the music? Is it an original score? All those questions must be answered because audio matters.
Whenever a year begins, I've always found it beneficial to reflect and prepare for the changes and challenges each new year brings. Today I’m going to focus on something invisible to most, that soon will become a very visible problem. However, with proper planning and awareness, the impact of a problem can often be reduced or eliminated entirely.
Filming is a two way street: you’re not only capturing an image, but you’re also recording dialogue, background noise or some other type of audio that helps to bring your visuals to life.
One of the most stressful, complicated things when you think about it, is getting quality video and audio in an environment where it’s next to impossible. One of the things I’ve ventured out to do, is get high-quality video and audio in the world of the outdoors. This was an easy task with the help of the LiveU Solo. LiveU has hit a home run with this product because it’s so easy to use and set up! (Even the least tech savvy person can go live in under 5 minutes. I know, because I timed it!)
Rihanna’s Diamonds World Tour might be over, but Antelope Audio shines bright, bringing superior audio quality front and center. Learn what pieces of equipment are crucial for audio pros, along with audio tips/ trends that make Antelope Audio a “go-to” for production pros to the stars.
K-Tek, known throughout the professional audio industry for its rugged and lightweight microphone boom poles, accessories and audio equipment bags, hosted location audio professionals to an open house and seminar at K-Tek’s Vista, CA headquarters. Get an inside look...
The audiovisual market is poised for a sharing economy “takeover.” The AV market alone generates $91 billion a year, and is projected to be a $114 billion by 2016 (infoComm). Virtually every industry relies on AV technologies to facilitate and support communications, entertainment, and other related services. It is only a matter of time before the sharing economy approach infiltrates and transforms the AV industry by offering convenience, efficiency, expanded choice, social interaction, competitive pricing and other benefits. Some early players are already introducing the sharing economy idea to the AV Industry: