Auriga Aurex Announces New Hires

May 2, 2001, Editors

Auriga Aurex Inc. (Seville, Ohio), manufacturer of replication products, announced two key personnel additions to its staff. Kelly Mottola has been named...

Mackie Designs Receives Product Award

May 2, 2001, Editors

At the 2001 NSCA Expo, Mackie Designs (Woodinville, Wash.) was presented the Film & Videomagazine User's Choice award in the area of Best Overall Product...

SSL Publishes 2001 Directory

May 1, 2001, Editors

Solid State Logic (New York City) has published the latest version of "The Directory," the international reference for SSL-equipped music recording studios,...

Liquid Audio Appoints New CFO

May 1, 2001, Editors

Liquid Audio Inc. (Redwood City, Calif.), a provider of software and services for Internet music delivery, announced the appointment of Michael R. Bolcerek...

Crown Audio Announces Changes in Management

May 1, 2001, Editors

Crown Audio (Elkhart, Ind.), manufacturer of amplifiers, microphones and systems control products, announced a number of managerial personnel changes....

Mark Knopfler 5.1 Album Release

May 1, 2001, Editors

Veteran producer Chuck Ainlay remixed Mark Knopfler's latest album, Sailing To Philadelphia, in 5.1 surround sound on a Sony DMX-R100 digital console...

New Director Named At Rane Corporation

Apr 25, 2001, Editors

Rane Corporation (Mukilteo, Wa.) promoted Stephen Macatee to the position of director of new product development and training. In this new position, Macatee...

International Conference on Consumer Electronics, 2001 Date Announced

Apr 25, 2001, Editors

This year's International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE), set for June 19-21, at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott, will focus on wireless and...

Behringer Appoints New Director of Worldwide Sales

Apr 24, 2001, Editors

Behringer (Willich, Germany) announced that John McCubbery has been named director of worldwide sales. Based in Singapore, McCubbery will be responsible...

Napster To Fingerprint Audio Files

Apr 23, 2001, Editors

The Internet song-swapping service Napster announced Friday that it signed with a Virginia company to help identify song files by digital fingerprint,...

New Beatles Exhibition Opens at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum

Apr 20, 2001, Editors

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum (Cleveland) announces the opening of "Stuart Sutcliffe: From The Beatles to Backbeat," a retrospective look...

Lexicon Offers Software Upgrade For MPX -500

Apr 20, 2001, Editors

Lexicon announced a new software upgrade kit for its MPX-500 dual-channel processor. Version 2 software (upgrade includes V2 ROM) can be purchased for...

Todd Bergum Joins TOA Electronics Inc.

Apr 19, 2001, Editors

TOA Electronics Inc. welcomed Todd Bergum to their staff....

Spoiled By Technology Promotes Al Novak To Sales Manager

Apr 18, 2001, Editors

Spoiled By Technology, pro audio manufacturers rep firm, announced that Al Novak has been promoted to sales manager....

Kurzweil Unveils Ramona at N.Y. Music and Internet Expo

Apr 18, 2001, Editors

Raymond Kurzweil to showcase VR alter-ego in New York....

Kurzweil Unveils Ramona at N.Y. Music and Internet Expo

Apr 18, 2001, Editors

Raymond Kurzweil to showcase VR alter-ego in New York....

Ray Kurzweil To Show "Ramona" At N.Y. Music and Internet Expo

Apr 18, 2001, Editors

Raymond Kurzweil will come out and play in New York City for the 2001 New York Music and Internet Expo at Madison Square Garden on Saturday, April 21....

RIAA, Kickworks Sign Agreement for Legal Downloads

Apr 18, 2001, Editors

The Recording Industry Association of America and Kickworks have signed an agreement to make available the RIAA library for online delivery via Kickworks Broadcast Radio Network ....

AMS Neve Appoints New VP

Apr 18, 2001, Editors

AMS Neve announced the appointment of John Hart to the position of VP of the western region of the U.S. with additional responsibilities in South America....

The Mix Audio Education Directory

Mar 20, 2001, Mix Staff

Welcome to the Mix Magazine Audio Education Directory for 2000....

The Dream Machine

Apr 1, 1996, By Sarah Jones

Ask a hundred audio professionals to describe the ideal reference monitor, and you’ll get as many answers. So, we narrowed the field down to seven, all nominees for this year’s Grammy Award for Best Engineer. The nominees we spoke to represent various backgrounds—their projects range from the familiar harmonies of The Eagles to White Zombie’s grinding metal grooves to the drama of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana—yet they revealed common concerns when it comes to monitoring....

Choosing Studio Monitors

Feb 1, 1995, By George Petersen

You need new studio monitors. I know that because you’re reading this article. And admitting that there’s a problem is the first step in finding a solution. A curious phenomenon concerning studio monitors is that they never quite make it to the top of the shopping list. Somehow, in the quest for assembling the ultimate recording rig, you sidestepped the issue of getting some decent monitors. There’s always some cool processor, effects box, recorder, keyboard, drum box, guitar strap, microphone or leather couch that you just couldn’t live without, and like all natural creatures, we put off the necessities in favor of the luxuries....

Edit Suite Monitoring

Feb 1, 1995, By Tom Kenny

It wasn’t too long ago that certain monitors were considered standards: UREI 813s or JBL 4311s for the mains, Yamaha NS-10s for reference and Auratones sprinkled throughout the facility; the idea being, “We all know what they sound like.” In video edit rooms, it was the EV Sentry 100, largely because they were powered and convenient....

Studio Monitors

Aug 1, 1994, By George Petersen

While signal processors, tape recorders, consoles and musical instruments seem to make quantum leaps in technology every year, studio monitors—a critical factor in the recording chain—seem to be stuck somewhere in the Paleolithic era. The evolution of studio monitors has been a continual process and the integration of exotic materials, interactive electronics, i...

Studio Reference Monitors

Jun 1, 1994, By George Petersen

A proper listening system is perhaps the most fundamental (yet most often ignored) of all the tools available to the audio engineer. If your speakers are not giving you an accurate reproduction of what’s on tape (or coming out of the console), then it can be difficult or impossible to make informed decisions concerning microphone placement/selection, equalization or balancing elements in the mix....

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