Philip De Lancie
Dolby E: A 2-Channel Solution for Multichannel DTV
With Digital TV already into year two of its seven-year, FCC-mandated phase-in, television is undergoing its most profound transformation since the advent
Mastering Forum: TWEAKING: DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME, YET
As we close out the '90s, it's instructive to think back on all the changes we've seen over the course of the decade. In...
Soundtrack For A Century: SPANNING RECORDED MUSIC’S LEGACY
They say in the entertainment business that you're only as good as your last hit. But poised as we are at the end of...
Engineers Compare Notes on Monitoring for Surround
WITH THE SUCCESS OF HOME THEATER SYSTEMS AND DVD-VIDEO, AS WELL AS THE UPCOMING LAUNCH OF DVD-AUDIO, there's no doubt that surround sound is...
A Tale of Two Voices: AUDIO PRODUCTION FOR SPOKEN WORD
With prerecorded music sales essentially stagnant over the past several years, and many music-oriented productions moving from commercial studios to garages
Browsing With mSoft: ServerSound Brings Intranets to Audio Production
Most media coverage of the Internet and its Intranet offspring has focused to date on applications involving consumers or corporate users. But the client/server
Digital Consoles: NEWS IN THE MUSIC RECORDING AND POST-PRODUCTION MARKETS
Many regular Mix readers are already somewhat familiar with the digital console market. This relatively new but fast-growing segment of the audio industry
Pacific Microsonics’ HDCD: LOOKING BEYOND THE COMPACT DISC
With both DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD on the horizon, the compact disc may face two serious challenges to its long-held position as the...
Beyond the Big Three: MASTERING OUTSIDE THE MAJOR MARKETS
For as long as most of us can remember, America's music business has been concentrated in just three cities: Los Angeles, New York and...