Desktop Studios Monitors Audio reference monitors are a desktop studio necessity for any filmmaker
For anyone interested in serious audio production—whether for recording, mixing, scoring, sound design, editing or effects creation—among the most important tools you’ll need are studio monitors.
Mid/Side Miking How to use this creative technique to get more versatile stereo recording for Foley, effects and scoring
There are numerous methods of placing two microphones to capture a stereo soundfield.
Equalizers: October 2011 New Gear To Give You An Edge
The mic preamps are from Roland’s R-44 and offer switchable limiting or bass roll-off.
Big-Screen Mixing In Small Rooms Multitalented industry veteran John Neff talks about the reality, and pitfalls, of creating big-feature mixes in the personal studio environment
Feature-film mixing once was the exclusive domain of huge dubbing stages, with multiple engineers working at gargantuan consoles handling hundreds of dialogue, music and effects tracks for mono, stereo or surround releases.
News & VUs Useful information sound pros need to know
Combine music, dialogue and effects with bold and innovative cinematography, and the result is far greater than the sum of its parts.
Shotgun Microphones Essential audio tools for getting in close
Ultradirectional shotgun microphones have been an essential part of capturing audio for film and video for more than a half century, and they have come a long way, baby.
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