Posts Tagged ‘production’
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 stage, [...]
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 [...]
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 of lovely new [...]
While we are on the subject of DIY vinyl records, Swedish indie beat combo Shout Out Louds recently devised an innovative way to promote their new single “Blue Ice.”
Taking a more literal view of novelty products than Anglo-American rockers Foriegner did in 1977 (promotional copy of “Cold as Ice”, as owned by Calrec Community [...]
Clever folk do a lot of talking. That’s one of the things they’re good at.
Get a cluster of them together in a noisy restaurant, and before long you have a cacophony of intellichat. So how best to make it intelligible?
We stumbled across the example above on slashdot.org. It is an informal discussion on Thorium Molten Salt Reactors [...]