THE BOTTOM LINE
CD OR DVD OPERATION WITH TWIN DRIVES This review actually began late last year, when Mix evaluated the Rimage 360i DVD/CD duplicator, which yielded inconsistent performance....
Neumann Celebrates 75 Years
For the past three-quarters of a century, the Neumann name has been synonymous with excellence in audio, but the influence of company founder Georg...
Summer NAMM: Nashville 2003
From July 18-20, 2003, a record-setting crowd of more than 20,000 attendees packed the Nashville Convention Center and Arena for the NAMM Summer Session....
Steely Dan ‘Everything Must Go’
It seems like only yesterday that we gazed through the glass at Two Against Nature, the landmark comeback album for Steely Dan. Now, danmeisters Donald Fagen and...
Jeep Harned, 1930-2003
Grover C. “Jeep” Harned, the founder of MCI Electronics — a manufacturer of studio consoles and recorders during the 1970s and 1980s — died...
The Trojan KiloHorse
Old news: 192 kHz is here. Actually, there's nothing new about 192kHz recording; I made my first 192kHz recording four years ago, using a...
The Dark Side of Gray
The Internet is a wonderful resource for audio pros, offering immediate access to product information via downloadable brochures, troubleshooting FAQs
The 25-Year Mix
Twenty-five years ago, singer/voice-over artist Penny Riker and musician/engineer David Schwartz looked out over the San Francisco Bay Area and saw that
Digidesign Opens Its Doors
At an exclusive, press-only event on December 13, Digidesign showed off its new headquarters at 2001 Junipero Serra Boulevard, Daly City, CA 94014--just
Soul of a Tradeshow
There's no denying that the past couple of months have been strange. Since September 11, the nation has been gripped by the fear of...
Working in audio can be tricky, especially when you're with a client who knows just enough about technology or to be dangerous. And when...
Taking the R Out of Audio!
Economists have an old joke about defining the difference between a recession and a depression. If someone else gets downsized, sacked, canned or laid
NHT PRO B-20
Formerly marketed under the Vergence brand, NHT Pro is back as the professional division of NHT. To take a twist on the milk slogan,...
CHET ATKINS, 1924-2001
Chet Atkins, who, as an artist and as head of RCA Records in Nashville for almost 20 years, was a major force in defining...
GOLD LINE/PMI TK51
Audio reference discs are nothing new, but when somebody creates a DVD with audio tones in 5.1 surround format, you gotta take notice. Produced...
Apocalypse Nowand Then
Certain events linger in the mind as though they occurred yesterday. I may not recall where I had lunch last Tuesday, but global shocks...
THE FREE GEAR SCAM!
Most of us consider ourselves pretty street-smart. We're wary of scams and con artists. Few of us really think we're gonna win that sidewalk...
FROM THE EDITOR
It's ironic, but for all of the time many of us spend creating audio, we spend very little time listening. Sure, we hear things...
RADAR 24 Software Update
As we went to press, iZ Technology was shipping its new RADAR 24 software Version 3.06, and the company had just announced Version 3.10,...
GOT RADAR II?
In keeping with its commitment to support the sizeable user base of owners of earlier RADAR systems, iZ now offers free downloads of Version...
CEDAR is no stranger to audio restoration tools. The company is known for its cutting-edge, PC-based systems and plug-ins for studio workstations, as
Hits You Might Have Missed
With 500 booths to see over three days, NSCA had plenty to check out. Here are some items you may have overlooked. Rockustics' (www.rockusticsinc.com)
Baltic Latvian Universal Electronics (B.L.U.E.) is now shipping its Kiwi multipattern studio condenser mic. B.L.U.E.'s top-of-the-line, solid-state microphone,
A year ago, Danish signal processing specialists TC Electronic joined up with Canadian IVL Technologies Ltd. to announce the formation of TC Helicon Vocal
Royer Labs SF-1
Two years ago, Royer shipped its first ribbon microphone the R-121 and the mic became an instant hit with studio pros. At the same...
BI-AMPLIFIED NEAR-FIELD STUDIO MONITOR Introduced more than 20 years ago, Yamaha's NS-10M (later upgraded to the NS-10M Studio) is a standard item in
HERE’S DVD-AUDIO! NOW WHAT?
It's been a long time coming, but DVD-Audio is finally here. DVD-A players have been dribbling into U.S. stores for months, and (reportedly) the...
Most of us live in a world surrounded by digital converters. They're everywhere - in digital consoles, DAWs, MDMs, DASH decks, DATs and in...
SPL Atmos 5.1/ASM 5
SURROUND RECORDING SYSTEMS A new product based on "innovative microphone technology" all too often turns out to be just a low cost knock-off of...
Innovation in Education
INNOVATION IN EDUCATION Perhaps it's a natural progression, but a sizable percentage of people working in audio began their sonic journeys with musical
ACTIVE POWERED STUDIO MONITORS Over the years, Roger Quested has been a leading designer of high-quality monitoring systems that have been a popular choice
25 YEARS OF INNOVATION AT NEUTRIK In 1975, Bernard Weingartner founded Neutrik with two employees in a barn in Liechtenstein - a small country...
DISK-BASED, 24-TRACK RECORDER/EDITOR On October 1, 1992, Tascam unveiled its DA-88 8-track, 16-bit, tape-based MDM, which at $4,499 represented a revolution