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We’re back with a new issue to kickstart our 2021, featuring Nina Hartstone, the Oscar-winning dialogue and ADR supervisor of Bohemian Rhapsody. She talks us through her 30-year career, the technological developments she’s valued the most, the importance of an obsession with detail, and how her role has changed over time. We also take a look back at the life of Rupert Neve, who we sadly lost this February at the age of 94. In a previously unpublished interview, Phil Ward sits down with the electronics legend to cover the career landmarks of his time at the vanguard of audio production – and we talk to those charged with preserving his legacy. There’s also insight into the use of Audio over IP systems for location recording, and how the BBC wrangled its virtual audiences during the COVID crisis – plus tons of news, new products and reviews. You can buy it here, subscribe here or read Resolution on

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Angel Studios Abbey Road

Abbey Road Institute adopts Angel as new home

Angel Studios, which closed last year after 40 years as a prime Central London recording location, has been leased as the new home for Abbey Road Studios’ education division, Abbey Road Institute. It was rumoured that the Islington site would be redeveloped into accommodation in the wake of the closure, but Abbey Road’s intervention will […]

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SSL Ultraviolet EQ

SSL add SiX- and Fusion-inspired options to 500 series

  Solid State Logic, SSL to its friends, has introduced two new modular processors as part of a revamp of its 500 Series module range. The brand new stereo Ultraviolet Stereo Equaliser (UV-EQ) and SiX Channel (SiX CH) modules both launch alongside cosmetically updated G-Comp Bus Compressor, E-EQ and E-Dynamics processing modules – which have […]

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Blue West Studio API

Blue West moves up to API

Los Angeles studio Blue West, run by producer/musician Bill Jabr and head engineer James Kang, has now installed an API 2448 recording console to upgrade the facility. With previous clientele including Andre 3000, Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, Kiko Cibrian, Wale, Ne-Yo, Pi’erre Bourne and the late Juice Wrld, Blue West wanted to move to a mid […]

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