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Morten Lindberg – an immersive audio pioneer, and founder of  Norwegian label 2L – with a record amount of Grammy nominations, explains his amazing new surround listening room. We delve into audio ‘deepfakes’ with Cole Whitecotton of the National Center for Media Forensics (NCMF) in Denver. Our Resolution Awards Winners take pride of place in a Free-to-read supplement – 12-page gearfest! Also in this edition, Thomas Lund explains the science of listening, and poses the question: Are we receivers of sensory information from the environment, or are we actively collecting it? We preview Aloha by Elk – a new service for fibre broadband and 5G, finely tuned to the needs of musicians, which aims to make in-sync remote musical collaboration a reality. How to mix binaural commercials, AI in audio engineering, and some great reviews complete our winter 2020 edition. Subscribe or read Resolution on issuu.com


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Abbey Road Institute scholarship for Black Students

The first-of-its-kind Scholarship programme, which begins in 2021, will cover the full cost of the course fees and contribute towards living expenses for two black British students annually to study on Abbey Road Institute’s Advanced Diploma in Music Production and Sound Engineering. Abbey Road Institute is the education arm of Abbey Road Studios, offering highly […]

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Sound of the Year Awards 2020

The inaugural Sound of the Year Awards 2020 is a newly launched celebration of everyday sound (not music) in all its forms presented by The Museum Of Sound in partnership with The New BBC Radiophonic Workshop and others. It is a UK-based awards ceremony this year but submissions are encouraged from around the world. Anyone […]

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Trinity College Dublin partners PreSonus for online learning

The Music & Media Technologies (MMT) programme at Trinity College Dublin has partnered with PreSonus Audio Electronics in adapting to a new online lecturing format, to enable students to carry out their creative and technical audio projects remotely. MMT lecturer Jimmy Eadie said, “We are delighted about the potential of this industry and academic partnership between […]

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