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2010: Semiconductors In Audio

by Frank Wells. Each year, Pro Sound News queries audio design engineers about their semiconductor usage. This year’s respondents are B.J. Buchalter, VP R&D...

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The Lathe of Heaven?

By Clive Young. Everyone loves the hardware that built Rock ‘n’ Roll. Guitars used by famous musicians wind up in museums; consoles that recorded...

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A Peek Into MP3’s Past

By Dan Wolfson. This year’s AES Convention marks the 25th anniversary of the publication of two watershed technical papers that, in conjunction with the...

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Reducing the Console Footprint

by Christopher Walsh. The console’s evolution toward a smaller footprint and DAW integration fits with the trend toward personal studio environments. But commercial studios...

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Sweetwater’s Big Three-0 Bash

By Frank Wells. Ft. Wayne, IN--Sweetwater celebrated its 30th anniversary by throwing itself a party in June, inviting customers to a homecoming called...

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Dharma Bum, On the Road

by Christopher Walsh. Choglamsar, Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir State, India--A stream runs behind the house I'm staying at in this town outside of Leh,...

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Can Audiobooks Be Saved?

By Clive Young. When we think of the recording industry, audiobooks aren't the first format that comes to mind. Nonetheless, plenty of audio pros...

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Do the Harlem Shuffle

by Christopher Walsh It’s always nice to come across a collective of like minded musicians and audio pros sometimes they are both and one...

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Art Out of Audio Detritus

by Clive Young. These days, we all hear a lot about recycling and “being green.” At the same time, thanks to the economy, many...

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Long Live Analog? Yes!

By Christopher Walsh. Not too long ago, I took the L train into Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood to visit Daptone Records. Home to Sharon Jones,...

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