Posts Tagged ‘worldcup’

Calrec asks: How long is the road to South Africa?

Our first competition! The premise is simple – UK-based Outside Broadcast specialists Telegenic are currently on 3D duty in South Africa as part of the team capturing thrilling World Cup content. As you may already know, Sony has exclusive stereo 3D rights and they’re shooting 25 matches in stereo 3D; at Soccer City & Ellis […]

Queen Mary & the great vuvuzela challenge

Researchers at the Centre for Digital Music (C4DM) at Queen Mary, University of London have developed a filter that removes the droning sounds of vuvuzela playing in South Africa’s stadiums for anybody watching World Cup matches on a computer. Dr Chris Cannam and his team at C4DM have created a “devuvuzelator”, which can be downloaded […]

Pro audio industry quick to react – again!

On the back of Tuesday’s commercially-aware free download from Prosoniq for filtering out the sound of swarms of angry hornets at the World Cup (see our earlier post), other software providers have followed suit. Waves have today announced a Vuvuzela Noise reduction product: In response to the widely publicized complaints from TV viewers and broadcasters […]

Why it’s brilliant Germany are in the World Cup

Sometimes you stumble upon something which makes your life immeasurably better. Having settled in to watch England’s opening game on Saturday night I had certain expectations; I expected to be frustrated for long periods of the game and I fully expected to be feel cheated when the final whistle blew after 90 minutes. I am […]