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PC AUDIO 127

May 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Nostalgia isn’t what it used to be — now it’s all about software emulation! Column: Martin Walker My time with PC Audio started way back in the days of 8-bit computer games, when clients started...

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Sometimes it’s not all right in front of you. A speaker’s off-axis and power response has more effect on your measurements than you might think. Tutorial: Ewan McDonald Your mum hands you a sack of...

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VIEW FROM THE BENCH: TRACING THE EQ PATH

May 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

When 300Hz is ruining your mix, these are the types of EQ that could save the day. Column: Andy Szikla ‘Three Hundred Hertz!’ was all I could hear over comms, people were shouting it from...

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VIEW FROM THE BENCH: DE-ESSER

March 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

How de-essers tame those frisky fricatives and slippery sibilants. Tutorial: Andy Szikla I once had the pleasure of downing some beer and peanuts with a crusty old recording engineer — let’s call him ‘Fred’ —...

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PC AUDIO 126

March 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

Does that new PC plug-in really sound any better than the ones you already have? It’s as easy as A/B, see? Column: Martin Walker Hands up all those who have ever spent hours comparing the...

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APPLE NOTES 126

March 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

Concerned about Apple’s T2 chip spelling death to Hackintoshes? Then distract yourself with the new goodies in Logic 10.4. Column: Brad Watts December last year saw the release of Apple’s iMac Pro, a release that...

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PC AUDIO 125

January 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Imagine a world when our computers updated themselves automatically, so they could always offer us peak performance. What? They do, and it isn’t working? Column: Martin Walker I’ve just spent the last couple of hours...

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TAPE RETURN

January 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

One man’s journey from computer-based recording back to tape. Story: J. Walker When I started out on my recording journey as a very green 13-year old, digital recording was barely a thing at the high-end...

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APPLE NOTES 125

January 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

Bluetooth Bondi Besties Column: Brad Watts No doubt Apple users would recall the furore when the company omitted the ⅛-inch analogue headphone jack from the iPhone 7. Personally I didn’t see the problem as I’d...

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After walking through the trade-offs of microphone preamp design last issue, this time Andy Szikla jumps in head first and designs one of his own. Column: Andy Szikla Many years ago my drummer’s parents threw...

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