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Peluso Microphone Lab
July 1, 2012

photo by Staton Carter John and Mary Peluso started Peluso Microphone Lab 10 years ago in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Floyd, Virginia.  They relocated to Floyd after a long successful career in the studio consulting and servicing business in the Chicag …

Audix Microphones : A History of Performance, Innovation and Excellence
July 1, 2012

Cliff Castle, co-founder of Audix Cliff Castle, co-founder of Audix, gives us a short history of the company, its microphone design philosophy, and some of the innovative technology and manufacturing which keeps them in the premier league within their …

Earthworks Microphones
July 1, 2012

Earthworks microphones and preamps all descend from a philosophy reflective of our roots as a scientific measurement device manufacturer. As such, we strive to maintain an identity as a manufacturer of precision equipment capable of reproducing audio with maximum consistency & accuracy throughout a microphones polar pattern and preamps operating range.

Peter Keeling : “Recording Studio in a Truck”
July 1, 2012

Peter Keeling of Studio People describes the design and construction of a unique music recording studio – in a truck. Will it all fit into that air cargo transport plane? Find out here

Sennheiser microphones and microphone philosophy – past and present
July 1, 2012

A short history of Sennheiser microphones Audio specialist Sennheiser was founded in Northern Germany in 1945.  The late company founder Prof. Dr. Fritz Sennheiser – then Deputy Head of the Institute for Radio Frequency Engineering and Electroacoustics …

Rock Steady! Unity Audio on designing brutally honest loudspeakers
June 1, 2012

Kevin Walker of Unity Audio and designer Kevin van Green describe how they got into designing one the the most iconic of the ‘new age’ loudpspeaker monitors, ‘The Rock’, and along the way teach us a thing or two about the essential elements of high quality loudspeaker design.

Acoustician Art Noxon on the theory and practice of acoustical design
June 1, 2012

Master acoustician Art Noxon, inventor of the TubeTrap, looks at some of the factors, besides money, that limit the sonic performance in today’s version of home recording studios.

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