Posts Tagged ‘production’

Calrec Celebrates Biggest Ever Sale

We don’t often bang on about ourselves on this site, but today we will make an exception. Recently Calrec made its biggest ever single sale, a consignment of 14 consoles to South Korean broadcaster MBC. MBC purchased a variety of consoles, from a 64 fader Apollo to a 24 fader Artemis Light, to be used […]

Production sound mixing and Parenthood

Nicholas Allen C.A.S. is a production sound mixer for film and TV with an audio production, mixing and music background. He worked as a boom operator on many well-known productions, including Terminator 2: Judgement Day, True Lies, Galaxy Quest and Michale Mann’s The Insider, before moving into production mixing. His credits include The West Wing, […]

Ola Melzig’s Eurovision 2013 technical diary

While committed Eurovision aficionados start writing up their party shopping lists and carefully selecting their outfits ready for the big night, the man leading the technical team on the mammoth Malmo staging project is diligently documenting their preparations. Ola Melzig is Technical Director for the Eurovision show this year. He’s responsible for everything technical on […]

Gaming audio’s big advances

Audio production for games, as some of you will already know, is somewhat different to the production of audio in a linear medium. In this article for Pro Sound News Europe, “The way a game is built, the player might end up triggering several sounds at once that might not be used in the way […]

Loudness levels are all over the shop

Following the introduction of the CALM act last December, in a typically thoughtful article from Broadcast Engineering, Michael Grotticelli tells of how some elements of our industry have taken steps to ensure compliance. And some just haven’t. The two camps are broadcasters, and advertising folk. One of them isn’t playing ball. Broadcasters now have lots […]