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Monthly Archive: October 2018

  • The AES Diversity and Inclusion Committee co-chairs Leslie Gaston-Bird (Resolution V17.6, Foley across continents) and Piper Payne (interview, Resolution V17.2) detailed the AES’ ongoing efforts to improve diversity of its membership across genders and gender identities, races, physical abilities, ages and nationalities. While the initiative aims to grow the number of women in pro audio, it […]
  • Universal Audio launched its new series of flagship Thunderbolt 3 audio interfaces, Apollo X, at an audacious presentation at London’s AIR Studios last month. UA staffers were flown over from their California HQ to welcome producers, engineers and press to the hallowed chambers of AIR to make it very  clear indeed that the technology developer […]
  • The weather was abysmal – it rained all day – but that didn’t stop nearly 200 eager audio aficionados attending SoundPro’18, the one-day event for the sound recording industry. With around 30 exhibitors, and three cracking afternoon presentations, the storms couldn’t keep sound engineers, sound designers, sound supervisors (…lots of ‘sound’ professionals, basically) away from […]
  • Spitfire Studio Strings is Spitfire Audio’s first release of a new Spitfire orchestral range of Kontakt libraries. The Professional edition is $499 and the ‘core’ is $249 during its initial sale period. Studio Strings is a hefty download with 210GB of samples, (232 articulations for Professional) across Violins, Violas, Celli, and Basses of a 30 […]

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