Features and Columns – Original IndexBy admin • Oct 31st, 2008 • Category: Articles, In Depth
(from Pro Audio Review, Audio Media, TV Tech)
All-in-One Recorders – Feature
article on the latest-generation portable workstations. From Pro Audio Review (PDF).
Tracking the Transition – Steve
interviews Chuck Ainlay, Bob Ludwig, Jon Astley and seven other top
producers on the state of high-resolution recording. From AudioMedia UK
Remastering the Rolling Stones –
Steve interviews top mastering guru Bob Ludwig on the Stones’ SACD
rereleases. From AudioMedia UK
State of Address – A look at
data networking and storage in pro audio. From Pro Audio Review.
HD Trucks Bring Audio Onboard –
Hi-Def broadcast trucks incorporate hi-end audio production systems.
From TV Technology.
Windows Vista in Pro Audio – Six
months after the Vista release, Steve goes hunting for drivers.
“The White House Wonk Meets Honky
Tonk” – Dynacord’s compact line array system provides the
power for the sold-out charity “battle of the bands” betweenWhite House
press secretary Tony Snow’s band and CBS anchor Bob Shieffer (with
Honky Tonk Confidential).
Audio Review Columns:
Overcoming Aural Adversity –
A tale of Radio Shack microphones and high-pitched girlie vocals. Also:
Next Stop, Liechtenstein.
Killer Sound? – Roskilde
Festival tragedy blamed in part on poor sound system!
Note to Self – Ever hear of Dynamic
Interpersonal Adjustments? Neither had I…
PAR Files: The Who 2002 – Steve
with Bob Pridden, long-time engineer for The Who (PDF)
PAR FILES: Bob Ludwig on the Stones
Bob tells Steve his Stones SACD Secrets (PDF)
PAR Files: Save Our Sounds – Steve
talks to the Restoration Guru at
the Library of Congress (GIF)
PAR Files: 35mm Music – An
Orchestral Road Trip is profiled (PDF)
PAR Files: Marcussen Mastering
– The new digs of Stephen Marcussen
(Elton John, Roy Orbison, REM, Ozzy, Prince) in Hollywood (PDF)
Studio Sense “Favorite Things”
– DAW editing helpers: X-Keys and more (PDF)
Studio Sense “Lectro and the Lavs of
Doom” – Tune in for the latest adventure in AudioLand.
Works for Hire:
Historic Voices Carry: All Can
Hear Ye at the Maryland State House
A New Page in Aviation History –
Peavey ControlMatrix at the new National Air and Space Museum
Millenial Magnificence – Can a
3000-word feature article on a mall in Florida be entertaining? From Sound and Video Contractor