In this special pre-AES podcast, Mix talks to John Meyer, co-founder of Meyer Sound, about the development and introduction of the Bluehorn System, the company’s revolutionary new studio monitoring system that will be on display at the AES convention in New York City in Demo Room 2D08. More than five years in development, the Bluehorn System builds on the legacy of the HD-1, with research into digital filtering and processing that results in an absolutely flat, neutral response, with imaging that simply has to be heard to be appreciated.
What ‘The Stack’ represents and why It’s necessary to IP workflows
By Brad Price, Audinate
Powersoft Releases Q-SYS and Crestron Plug-ins for Mezzo Series and Duecanali, Quattrocanali and Ottocanali Series Amplifiers
Florence, Italy, May 28, 2020 — Powersoft has released new plug-ins supporting Mezzo Series and its non-DSP install dedicated amplifier platforms ranges for the Q-SYS and Crestron control ecosystems....
Introducing Solid State Logic’s ‘Meet the Producer’: A Live Q&A Series with Multi-Award Winning Producers and Engineers
Oxford, UK, May, 2020 — This month, Solid State Logic announced ‘Meet the Producer’ series — an in-depth Q&A series with a diverse range of highly accomplished producers and...
Sound and Vision Entertainment and Freeman Provide Secure Remote Production Needs for Spring Draft
Sound and Vision Entertainment (SAV) stepped in to provide the secure communication infrastructure needed to broadcast the 2020 Spring Draft, keeping all production crew connected while working remotely due...
AES Lays Out “A World of Audio” for a Global Audience: AES Virtual Vienna Convention
In its first global online event, the AES will offer a full convention experience through a variety of streaming, on-demand and interactive events