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|February 18, 2004||Volume 3, Number 4|
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STATE-OF-THE-ART RECORDING STUDIO/5 STOREY ELEVATOR BUILDING:
LEASE OR BUY: Recording Studio for rent/Building for sale.
STUDIO: Former tenant went broke after $500,000 build-out of third floor. 80% completed. Large/small vocal rooms. Separate control rooms. Racks, speakers, fiber optics, wiring, a/c, sound insulation in place. Marble floors. Mahogany doors/trim.
BUILDING: Occupied: 5 stores, 2 & 4th floors. Vacant: 5th floor former 10 room doctor's suite @ 3,500 s.f.
LOCATION: Mt Vernon, NY. Easy access to Manhattan. Financial advantages to user/owner.
CONTACT: Lara M. Schwartz @ 914-682-8055 x108 or LSchwartz@trianglerealty.net
ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM MIX
The Mix Foundation for Excellence in Audio has announced that the 20th Annual Technical Excellence and Creativity Awards will be held on Saturday, October 30, 2004, at the Marriott Hotel in San Francisco. The TEC Awards honors outstanding achievement in professional audio production and product design. For more information, visit http://mixfoundation.org.
On Thursday, February 26, 2004, at 7:30 p.m., RSPE Audio Solutions and Pro Tools users will be getting together with Apple Emagic for an evening of discussion in Los Angeles. The evening will include an overview and training session on the new combined Logic Pro package and integrating Logic Pro and Pro Tools. To register for the event, visit www.protoolsusers.org. If you're not already a member of ProTools Users, visit that site to join the Pro Tools and audio community.
SXSW MUSIC AND MEDIA CONFERENCE, March 17-21, 2004, celebrating its 18th edition, will showcase hundreds of musical acts from around the globe every evening for five nights on 50 stages in downtown Austin. By day, conference registrants do business in the SXSW Trade Show in the Austin Convention Center and partake of a full agenda of informative, provocative panel discussions featuring hundreds of speakers. For developments: www.sxsw.com
ICIA¨ InfoComm Week, June 5-11, 2004, Atlanta
Sound Ideas is the world's largest publisher of sound effects and royalty free music for the professional audio industry. If you need feature film, comedy & cartoon, science fiction, extreme or specialty sound effects, ambiences, crowds, transportation or imaging elements, Sound Ideas delivers - with more than 100 different collections! www.sound-ideas.com
RME Hammerfall DSP RPM
RME has extended its Hammerfall DSP Series with an I/O-Box. The RPM is a portable, turntable/CD/Mic/MIDI interface that can be used to connect two turntables or two line sources (CD, DVD, sampler etc.) and a microphone to any computer. With TotalMix, RME's audio mixer, the five inputs and up to 12 computer playback channels can be freely assigned to two separate stereo outputs and a dedicated headphone out. External MIDI instruments and controllers can be integrated via a MIDI input and output. MORE
Eventide H3000 Band Delays Plug-In
Bag End INFRA-MX2
Alesis Micron Virtual Analog Synth
Yamaha i88X Audio/MIDI Interface
Nautilus Extended Monitor Options Series
AiRR large boom microphone stands for professional studio use from AiRR Support
Finally a large boom microphone stand designed for recording professionals by recording professionals. Available in three sizes, the largest AiRR booms extend to 8' and have a large adjustment crank for easy height adjustment. They also include a removable three-wheel tripod base with telescopic adjustable locking legs and a fast locking and unlocking boom angle locks. Two sandbag counterweights and a custom carrying bag are included.
For more information - www.networkpromktg.com
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Abbey Road Studios Expands Website
London's Abbey Road Studios has launched a brand-new expanded Website (www.abbeyroad.com), adding 198 pages of information - more than three times the size of the previous one. The entire site was designed and programmed in house by Abbey Road Interactive, with editorial contributions from Abbey Road personnel. MORE
Kid Rock Guitar Benefits Children
Upgrade Pricing for Tascam GigaStudio 3 Announced
Rycote Launches Mic Data Online
Fishman Revamps Site
MSR Competes Nationwide Rep Organization
G&E Covers Roger Daltrey on History Channel
Roger Daltrey has taken on the roles of tour guide, time traveler and history student to host the new program, Extreme History, on The History Channel. G&E's Glenn Schloss and Erik Blicker composed, recorded and delivered a rootsy-techno theme song to Extreme History's producers Matt Ginsberg and David Leepson of New York City's Boom Pictures. MORE
Alan Menken Masters 'Home on the Range'
Dancing Diablo Helps Animate 'Walkie Talkie Man'
HSR/NY Mixes Bally Campaign
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