Grammy winner Robert Orton talks about work, the pandemic and CEDAR Studio


Robert Orton is a mix engineer working primarily on pop music although, when we interviewed him, he was taking a ...

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Genelec monitors make work “exponentially easier” for Dave Eringa


British engineer and producer Dave Eringa has invested in a pair of Genelec 8351B three-way coaxial Smart Active Monitors from ...

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Meyer Sound Spacemap Go Opens Up Mark Grey’s Mobile Chamber Opera


Birds in the Moon, a provocative new chamber opera with music by composer Mark Grey, has launched a national tour ...

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Rising to the Challenge


Eddie Veale, acoustician and has been designing studios for over 40 years, takes time out of his busy schedule to ...

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Case study: Maintaining broadcast audio quality during a pandemic


The TV production sector has had numerous challenges to overcome since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. High on the ...

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Interview with Milos Stojanovic


Sound Editor, Dubbing Mixer and ADR Recordist Milos Stojanovic who has worked on titles such as Top Gun: Maverick, Outside The ...

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Transposing horror audio techniques into all the Dark Pictures


Working across multiple games in a franchise offers unique opportunities for audio, linking musical character motifs and themes across multiple ...

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PCB Productions Creates Streamlined Remote Recording Rigs for Game Production


Video games have historically served as a form of escapism, and often thrived during economic recessions or world events. This ...

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Getting Audio Seen and Heard - Communication between disciplines.


Having worked 12 years in the games industry, Grace Docksey can say with all honesty that one of the most ...

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Sound for Moving Pictures


Dr. Neil Hillman is a man with a ready smile; perhaps surprisingly given the kind of year 2020 turned out ...

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