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|November 4, 2003||Volume 2, Number 21|
Table of Contents
Announcements From Mix
AES: Apogee X-Series HD Expansion Card Digidesign, Focusrite Liquid Channel Technology
NARAS Hosts 'In Conversation With Ed Cherney' at the Plant
Panasonic, Acura, Elliot Scheiner Co-Develop Car ELS Surround DVD-A System
Events This Month
New SONAR 3 Producer Edition offers a complete software-based production environment that extends your creativity with fast, intuitive controls for precise accurate, real-time editing. SONAR 3 Producer Edition also offers unparalleled customization, allowing you to fine-tune your studio to match your workflow. Over 100 new features including the Ultrafunk Sonitus:fx suite, Lexicon® Pantheon™ Reverb and the VSampler 3.0 DXi with 2 CDs of sample content. Purchase SONAR 3 Producer edition at your local music retailer. Click below to learn more about SONAR 3 Producer Edition.
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM MIX
Mix magazine is proud to revitalize our forums with extended topics to create a dialog among our readers. We know how helpful advice and information from fellow audiophiles can be, so we've decided to re-energize our forums page to better serve you. MORE
Mackie Control Universal Link:
MIX TECHNOLOGY INNOVATIONS
Mix looks back on the TEC Award-winning products and technologies that have shaped the pro audio industry during the past 20 years. MORE
AES: Apogee X-Series HD Expansion Card
The X-HD option card allows for direct connectivity between Pro Tools|HD systems and the Rosetta 800 8-channel AD/DA converter. MORE
AES: Bag End INFRA-M, INFRA-M2
BitHeadz Unity Mac V. 3.2
Digidesign, Focusrite Liquid Channel Technology
Disc Makers Ultimate Indie Resource CD
HandGeek Software Studio Calendar+ V. 2
Hercules Technologies HERCULES 16/12 FW
Now Shipping: KRK ST Passive Monitors
Lexicon Pantheon Reverb Plug-In
M-Audio G5 Compatibility
MOTU 896HD FireWire Audio Interface
Turn Your Patching Nightmare Into a Dream!
Z-SYS Opti-Patch+ Matrix Router
Patch any combination of Lightpipe and/or optical S/PIDF connections in and/or optical out to any of your mixers, recorders, processors or other boxes. Opti-Patch+ accommodates 15 sets of eight-channel ADAT or two-channel S/PDIF ports, for a total I/O capacity of 120 asynchronous digital channels that can be stored and recalled with a single button.
NEWS YOU CAN USE
NARAS Hosts 'In Conversation With Ed Cherney' at the Plant
On October 22, the San Francisco Chapter of the Recording Academy hosted an open forum discussion with producer/engineer Ed Cherney (Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan, Bob Seger, Neil Diamond), who shared engineering techniques and tips with a crowd of producers, engineers and other members of the local music community. MORE
SAE Partners With Mackie
Ex'pression Center for New Media Adds to Curriculum
Paul J. Cox Systems Appointed Mellotron Service Agent
Disc Makers Studio Partner Program
Sennheiser Distributing TL Audio Products
Adgil - Surround Monitor & EQ Systems
AGM ESsEX - Stereo to LCR Conversion
Cube - Tec AudioCube 5 - 24 / 192 Workstation
Cube - Tec QUADRIGA - Automated Audio Archival
Cube - Tec CubeDVD-A - DVD-Audio Authoring
Digital Audio Denmark - A/D, D/A, D/D Converters
8 Channel A/D, D/A, D/D
The ADDA 2408 - 96 kHz; Modular; 8/2 Monitor Mixer; 8 high-end mic. pre's; AES, TDIF, ADAT, ProTools Mix 24, and S/P DIF I/O.
Fits & Starts, the 5.1 seminar program, will be at:
November 5, 2003, Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences (Tempe, Ariz.) at 1:30 p.m. Contact Kevin Becka, 480/858-9400;
November 17, 2003, University of California San Diego, CRCA (Center for Research in Computing and the Arts), Bldg. #408, at 1 p.m. Contact Carol Hobson, 858/534-4383 or email@example.com, or Peter Otto, 854/534-4602;
November 10, 2003, University of Southern California, Arnold Schoenberg Institute (ASI) at 7:30 p.m. Contact Brette Buttrill, firstname.lastname@example.org, Sean Barton, email@example.com, or Dick McIlvery, 213/740-3221;
November 11, 2003, American River College (Sacramento), Room 580 at 7 p.m. Contact Eric Chun, 916/484-8011, firstname.lastname@example.org;
November 12, 2003, Sacramento City College Music Department at 6 p.m. Contact Professor John Altmann, 916/558-2243 or email@example.com; and
November 13, 2003, 11/13/03, at Cogswell Polytechnical College (Sunnyvale, Calif.) at 7 p.m. Contact Dr. Tim Duncan, 408/541-0100, x130 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more, visit modernrecording.com.
The Midwest Entertainment Industry Conference 2003 will be held November 13-16, at the Hyatt Regency in Lexington, Ky. During the show, there will be two days of panels, workshops and seminars, a full-scale exhibition and trade school, a full film festival, three nights of music showcases, and other special exhibits and guest celebrity presentations.
Beginning in November, Digidesign will host the Acceleration Tour, a series of free one-day events held in numerous cities worldwide, the new Pro Tools|HD Accel. Attendees will learn how to tap the speed, performance and precision of Pro Tools|HD Accel with a Windows or Macintosh computer. Tour dates and locations for the Acceleration Tour are available at Digidesign's Website, digidesign.com.
Cakewalk's Sonar 3 Producer Edition Tour features a real-world view of the product's new features. In addition, Project5 will also be showcased. Hosted by Cakewalk product specialists, the tour will staged at music retailers around the nation through this month. Special pricing for Sonar Producer Edition will be available. For more info, visit cakewalk.com or call 888/cakewalk.
The Mobile Music Conference: Producing, Protecting and Monetizing Music for the Mobile Market will be held on November 14 at The Beach House (Miami). MobileMusiCon provides for senior music industry executives to network, gain knowledge and find solutions for the development and execution of a long-term mobile business strategy.
NARIP announced The Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film and TV Music Conference, November 19-20, 2003, a seminar on the role of music in film and television. Clint Eastwood will give the keynote address and discuss how he approaches the use of music in his films. A limited number of complimentary passes for NARIP members (valued at $199, or at $349 for nonmembers) are available. For details, visit narip.com.
Entertainment Technology Show-LDI 2003 will be held November 21-23, 2003, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. Features include a dull week of intensive workshops, hands-on training sessions and backstage tours ; session presentations by working professionals; in-depth overview of ESTA technical standards; hands-on training opportunities; and special convergence sessions on lighting, audio and projection.LOOKING AHEAD
The Yamaha Commercial Audio Division has been conducting PM1D digital audio mixing system schools through the U.S. The free two-day class teaches attendees the basic operation of the PM1d system and its use in various applications. Next session: December 3-4, 2003, and February 18-19, 2004, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts (Cerritos, Calif.). For more information, contact email@example.com.
The 2004 Broadway Lighting Master Classes (BLMC) and Broadway Sound Master Classes (BSMC) will be held at John Jay College Auditorium in New York City in June. The Broadway Lighting Master Classes will be held from June 16-18, 2004, and the Broadway Sound Master Classes held on June 18-20, 2004. Both are professional-level seminars that focus on the best of lighting and sound design for Broadway and beyond. Both the BLMC and BSMC feature special manufacturer showcases. Highlights include a ticket to a hit Broadway show and post-show discussion, plus the12th annual EDDY Awards for excellence in entertainment design and technology, held Friday, June 18. For more, visit entertainmentdesignmag.com.
ShowBiz Expo's Entertainment
Technology World offers sessions on Final Cut Pro 4 for advanced
users, mixing and boom techniques for the sound designer, best practices
for DVD authoring and more. Held January 22-24, 2004 (Miami), March 2004
(New York City) and Los Angeles (summer 2004).
Disc Makers is kicking off its latest installment of the Independent Music World Series (IMWS), a music showcase series for independent musicians in the country. The Southwest showcase finals will be held at The Knitting Factory on January 15, 2004, and will feature the top six acts as selected by Billboard magazine performing for $35,000 in music gear and prizes. Bands and artists can log onto discmakers.com to register for the Southwest showcase and find out more information about the IMWS. The competition is open to all musicians not currently signed to a major record label and to all styles and genres of music. To be eligible for the Southwest showcase at least one bandmember must reside in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. Submissions must be postmarked by November 13, 2003. Each artist that submits an entry will receive a free copy of Billboard's Musician's Guide to Touring and Promotion and Electronic Musician and Remix magazines.
The Copyright Office is requesting public comment on what regulations it should adopt relating to records of use for past performances of sound recordings by means of digital audio transmissions (including Webcasting) since October 28, 1998. Initial comments are due November 24, 2003. Reply comments are due December 22, 2003. The notice may be found at copyright.gov/fedreg/2003/68fr58054.html.
November 30, 2003: final contest deadline for songwriters entering
the 4th Annual CMT/CMT.com NSAI Song Contest. For more, visit nashvillesongwriters.com.
This "Recording Tip" comes from Sye Mitchell, president of the Sye Mitchell Sound Company:
With everything today going to digital and Pro Tools, my clients tell me how much they miss the sound of analog. I tell them not to despair. They can get that great sound of analog and still use Pro Tools. How? All they need is a 24-track recorder and a Dolby XPSR rack -- that's right, Dolby SR. Did you know that if you record with SR, you can record at 15 ips, getting twice the recording time per reel and at 0 level, you get 96dB dynamic range. Fifteen ips tapes produce recordings with frequency response flat from 20 to 20k Hz with no cross talk or print through. As an added plus, you can then dump these recordings to Pro Tools and get the best sound of both worlds: digital and analog.
Send your recording tip to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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