So you’ve booked two days in a studio to finish a 5.1 mix. You show up with your hard drive, and open the session. When you go to check the monitor calibration, you find a few level anomalies. What do you do? The goal of this article is to show you how to do a level calibration that keeps you out of hot water and doesn’t interfere with the existing studio set-up.
In this article, we are going to take a look at monitor controllers that support 7.1 and above. As there aren't a huge number we are not going to get into the debate about what constitutes a monitor controller as there is a school of thought that says that to be a monitor controller a system needs to handle EQ, delay as well as multiple sources. For the purposes of this roundup, we are going to look at units that can at least control the level and route different sources to a 7.1 speaker system or higher.
Russ thinks getting two buying choices right can make a world of difference.
Following the sneak peek of the GUI of the new speaker correction option for AX32 at AES 2017, Digital Audio Denmark will showcase their new speaker correction software, the SPQ at NAMM 2018.
In the article, Dan Cooper explains how he recognised a problem within his monitoring setup, how he tweaked the placement of his monitors to improve the frequency response and how he fixed an artificial sound caused by the Sonarworks Reference correction process by way of a new studio subwoofer.
We love attending Pro Audio Events, especially when great studio gear is on display in the company of great people. On the 11th October 2017, Pro Tools Expert attended an ADAM Audio S Series listening event, hosted by JigSaw24 and the ADAM Audio Team at Dean Street Studios - London. James Ivey & I attended.
The team at Jigsaw24 would like to invite you to the launch of the new ADAM Audio S Series speakers on Wednesday the 11th of October.
Jigsaw24 will be joining ADAM Audio as they host an exclusive listening event at Dean St. Studios in Soho London, where they will be showcasing their groundbreaking S Series studio monitors.
We are starting to see a growth in what are described as super wide seamless monitor screens and we wondered if this was something that would appeal to Pro Tools users. We take a look at the benefits and drawbacks.
The Pro Tools MTRX is a modular audio interface that features a customizable monitor section which can be controlled via EUCON. In this free video tutorial from Avid, Jeff Komar shows how to create a basic Monitor Profile including Source Inputs, Speaker Outputs, Fold Downs and external Meter Outputs.
There would appear to be no greater challenge than the one faced by attendees at the Kii Audio Three speaker listening event held at Red Bull Studios in London on the evening of Tuesday the 11th of July than "what shall we listen to next"?
However tempting this may be, if you are not careful adding a sub to your home monitoring system may do more harm than good. Here are some things you need to consider if you are tempted to add a sub to your home monitor system.
Genelec today unveiled their new Ultimate Point Source monitoring systems - "The Ones". at a VIP event at London's Metropolis Studios and we have exclusive interviews with Genelec Chief Technologist Thomas Lund and R&D Director Aki Makivirta.
Artist, composer and producer Beto Hales has a recently built private studio Located in the San Fernando Valley in California. In this article, we take a look at some of the equipment that Beto selected and he shares his thoughts on what and why he chose them.
In this video from BVE 2017 at ExCel London, Pro Tools Expert Technical Editor James Ivey talks to Ben from Harmen Audio about the new JBL Intonato speaker control and room calibration system.
Aspen Media will be on Stand F30 at BVE this year and they will be showing Junger Audio's Smart Audio, the new smart routing control for DirectOut's MADI router,the latest mixing desk from Stage Tec, designed to fit in the confined space of an OB truck, a smart ethernet switch for Audio over IP applications and the TAC Monitor Controller.