Studio Monitoring

by Mike Weinstein ·Posted
With the release of the Atlas i8 Isobaric Active Monitor Speaker, Antelope Audio has fulfilled its mission to provide high-end professional monitoring solutions. From digital to analog conversion, and now analog signal amplification to in-room sound pressure waves, Antelope has you covered all the way along the monitoring chain. But you don’t need to buy a fancy Antelope DAC with a fancy DSP and other fancy bits
by Trevor Collins ·Posted
Known primarily for high-quality audio interfaces and digital modeling microphones, Antelope Audio is poised to make waves once again with its first-ever studio monitor, the Atlas i8. Aimed at the high-end market and sporting a unique 3-way speaker design with advanced DSP technology built in, the Atlas i8 has the potential to be a go-to speaker for professional midfield and nearfield applications, including
by BH Online Videos ·Posted
In the following video, Rob Rives discusses how you can improve your studio mixing with Mackie’s latest line of monitors and controllers. This video explores the Mackie MR524, with its rear-panel controls for adapting the speakers to different room configurations, as well as adding the MRS10 subwoofer to extend bass
by Andrew Eisele ·Posted
PSI Audio is a Swiss company that has been manufacturing high-quality studio monitors for decades. They hand-build and assemble each speaker in house, which ensures the highest standard of quality control over each component and assembly step. All the wood working and welding are done by hand, which guarantees consistent quality and long-term reliability. Available in black or
by Andrew Eisele ·Posted
Utilizing a design from the early 1960s by German-American physicist Oskar Heil, Klaus Heinz built a folded elastic diaphragm that was first used in ADAM Audio’s highly regarded studio monitor speakers. Klaus Heinz has since started his own company, Heinz Electrodynamic Designs, or HEDD, and further developed the folder ribbon tweeter. The Series ONE studio monitors include the next generation of this ground-breaking technology. There are models currently being offered, including the
by Peter Ward_1 ·Posted
PTZ stands for “pan/tilt/zoom” and denotes robotic cameras that typically (though not always) have integrated pan/tilt motors and zoom lenses. The Sony EVI series cameras are popular examples. Pan/tilt/zoom cameras may look like outsized surveillance cameras, and in many ways, are like them. They are designed to be installed permanently and can be enclosed in dome housings for protection or aesthetics. However, the benefits of PTZ cameras are
by Ronald Francis ·Posted
The main things to consider when creating an HDR video are the reference monitor and the format. The monitor is the big issue because HDR monitors are very expensive. The most affordable one at the time of this writing is close to $20,000. What is HDR Video? HDR (High Dynamic Range) video is an emerging technology that will be the future of video, for professionals and consumers. HDR video is simply footage graded to display intense colors and high contrast between colors. The dynamic range captured by the camera is extended—detail is highly
by David Adler ·Posted
SmallHD products don’t seem so small anymore, with the announcement of the company’s new Production Monitors. Arriving in 17, 24, and 32" variations, these new monitors