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I review headphones often enough for B&H and know what paces to put them through; I have my daily commute on the subway, my office environment, the gym, the interference-heavy labor-hood of midtown New York. An almost ideal labyrinth to put headphones through! I was excited to get a chance to run that labyrinth with...
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It has been said through the ages that necessity is the mother of invention and, based upon the surge in interest we’re seeing in remote podcasting during these strange and uncertain times, I’m realizing that it truly is. COVID-19 has upended life as we know it for much of the US. People are cooped up in their homes, and everyone is wondering if this is the new normal. Many jobs have been lost,...
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In the era of social distancing, it may seem hard for songwriters and producers to collaborate from their houses. But remote collaboration is not new: just last fall, Robbie Robertson re-recorded his band’s classic hit, “The Weight,” with a globe-trotting lineup of musicians; almost 20 years ago, The Postal Service got its band name from its method of collaboration: its prominent members traded...
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If you've always wanted to start a podcast, but have no idea where to begin, you've come to the right place! AB has compiled a complete guide to the ins and outs of podcasting. He guides you through gathering the equipment needed for both a solo and a multiple-microphone podcast, shares audio recording tips and software suggestions, ...
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If you love noise-canceling headphones or true-wireless earphones, Shure has some exciting new products for you—products we’re proud to carry at B&H. Whether you want to blanket your ears in a calming veil of noise-reduction, or enjoy Shure’s patented, sound-isolating earphones in a true-wireless form-factor, Shure has you covered in its...
by Rosie Record
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What is childhood? Now hum it. Most people wouldn’t know where to start, perhaps their mind would flicker to memories of nighttime lullabies or morning cartoons, but this is the kind of challenge film composers face daily. Logically, a good starting point would be a rudimentary happy or sad, then build from there. Happy is generally more upbeat, lighter instruments like guitar or piano, while sad...
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The NAB show may have been canceled, but there is still a host of exciting and innovative new broadcast-centric audio gear being released this year, including the new IFBR1B Bodypack IFB Receiver from Lectrosonics. IFB systems are used for monitoring, talent cueing, and crew...
by Eric Calvi and Rob Rives
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One of the most recognized names in audio, Shure has earned its wireless pedigree by providing dependable performance and high-quality wireless sound for performers, instructors, clergy, presenters, DJs, and musicians at every level. There are a variety of analog and digital systems to choose from, all available with popular Shure handheld mics or with bodypacks that can accommodate lavalier,...
by Rosie Record
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Imagine audience members nestled in their seats, popcorn in hand, the lights dim, and music fills the theater. Goosebumps cover their skin as they feel... excitement, dread, happiness? They’re feeling what was expertly crafted after months of planning, meetings, discussions, first, second, third attempts, notes, revisions, editing, tweaking, etc. Scores are true labors of love. They can take on a...
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Hey, you’re a video person. All you know is the video don’t sound good. Something’s off—but who knows what! Well, read this article, and you will. Or more accurately, you’ll have some tools for identifying what sounds off as you practice your craft. With some time and patience, you’ll get the hang of fixing the issue yourself. Here are eight tips to help you. 1. Get Familiar with the GUI of an...
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First introduced for the NAMM 2019 show, the Warm Audio WA-84 small-diaphragm condenser microphone presented engineers and musicians on a budget with an affordable entry into the tantalizing world of vintage-flavored instrument mics. The newly announced nickel WA-84 Stereo Pair with Omni and...
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If you’ve been tasked with documenting a friend or relative’s intimate wedding, due to the simple fact that you own a decent camera, chances are you haven’t given much thought to best practices for capturing the audio. While many of today’s DSLR and mirrorless cameras can capture top-notch video, most of them lack a high-quality built-in microphone; and beware—no matter how great a video is to...
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Is your audio system lacking oomph or pizzazz? Are you trying to add extra bass to your full-range speakers with EQ, but not achieving acceptable results? Are you in awe of large-scale club systems and festival shows? If you are looking to increase the low-end of any PA or sound system, read on! A subwoofer is a loudspeaker designed to reproduce low-pitched audio frequencies known as bass and sub...
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The new RØDE NT-USB Mini puts the high-quality sound of RØDE studio mics into a compact desktop USB microphone purpose-built for podcasters, live streamers, gamers, and YouTube content creators. With its user-friendly controls, plug-and-play operation, and space-saving design, the RØDE NT-USB...
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