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Vista and Pro Audio

By • Nov 5th, 2007

[From Pro Audio Review] State of the OS: Vista and Pro Audio by Stephen Murphy It has been a little over six months since the official release of Microsoft’s long-awaited Vista operating system – time enough to gain perspective from the professional audio standpoint. Since I have amassed a book-load of notes on Vista, and […]

Overcoming Aural Adversity

By • Nov 4th, 2007

by Stephen Murphy I trace my start as an audio engineer back to my brother David, older by four years. He was already a good guitar player at 16, playing in a rock band that practiced in our basement. More than anything else, I wanted to be in the band, too. And why not? I […]

SSL Duality Analog Console/DAW Controller

By • Apr 1st, 2007

The appropriately-named Duality adds fully featured digital audio workstation control to a fully analog large-format console. The concept of combining a digital mixing console with computer workstation control is a natural match. In fact, it’s not so much a match as the same thing. In both cases, the same hardware faders and controllers are communicating […]

Red Microphones Type B

By • May 1st, 2006

Formed as a division of Blue Microphones, is a direct-to-consumer source of replacement capsules, shockmounts, pop filters, cases and other parts for classic microphones as well as a Blue designed line of vintage-style microphones. Available on the site are such items as replacement wood cases for ELAM 251, SM69, U67 and U87 mics, shockmounts […]

HD-R Profile: WOR, New York City

By • Feb 21st, 2006

TO ALL THOSE WHO SUBMITTED DEROGATORY COMMENTS (OR ARE CONSIDERING DOING SO) DIRECTED AT THIS ARTICLE’S SUBJECT AND/OR ITS AUTHOR: As it clearly states at the beginning of the article, it is from 2006. I make part of my living as a freelance writer. This is an article in an archive of articles I have […]