Monday, March 28, 2011

Mobile Recording Studio by Glenn Morrissette

Mobile Recording Studio

Glenn Morrissette helped orchestrate the score after a leisurely soak last October in the natural hot springs in the tiny northwestern Wyoming town of Thermopolis.

Studio S - the cheapest studio in Melbourne

cheapest studio in Melbourne

SUNBURY is to become Hume's music hub with the opening of a recording studio at the suburb's youth centre.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

NYC-based Pro Sound Effects by the Soundrangers

Pro Sound Effects by the Soundrangers
NYC-based sound effects/licensing provider Pro Sound Effects has announced the release of the Soundrangers Sound Effects Hard Drive, created by the Soundrangers game interactive audio studio.

Review: Tritton AX Pro Headset - Elite Gaming Headset

The Tritton AX Pro is an elite gaming headset from global accessories giant MadCatz. The technology behind the product is simple, smack four speakers into each of your ears for a total of eight and hope the gamer doesn’t go deaf. The speakers make for an authentic surround experience as each represents a section, front, left, right and back speaker for a complete surrounding experience. Does the experience live up to the hype or does it leave a faint whisper in your ear?

Pro Day is a Show - Comment by Joan Niesen

COLUMBIA — The success was in the sounds. A sharp smack. A quick clap. The faint thud, thud, thud. In the silence, it all echoed.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The AKG Scholarship of Sound is Proud to Announce...

The Scholarship of Sound marks its second year with a heavyweight expert lineup led by some of electronic music’s leading artists and professionals.

Moog Slim Phatty Analog Synth by Sonic LAB

Moog Slim Phatty Analog Synth Review

I think I should make a confession - I have never owned a Moog anything, nor spent quality time with much Moog gear in the past - apart from some original Moog modules - which did sound pretty amazing I might add.

Zoom H1 High-Resolution Audio Recording

The Zoom H1 Handy Portable Digital Recorder is exactly what the name claims. Measuring just 8x2x5 inches it's very portable, and this little thing records high-quality WAV files at 44.1- to 96-KHz sampling rates with 16-bit or 24-bit resolution.
If you're more interested in maximum recording time, it can also do MP3 files at 48Kbps to 320Kbps. The H1 records on microSD cards and comes with a 2GB card. Step up to a 32 GB microSD card and you'll get over 50 hours of recording time at 16-bit/44.1KHz
I first wrote about Zoom products in late 2007, and came away really impressed with the company's H2 recorder's sound quality. The H1 doesn't replace the H2, but it's a more evolved design, and goes for just $99!