When it comes to audio conferencing there are many considerations around what to put in the room. Dan Shore of TOA discusses best practices and TOA products.
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A Futuresource study indicates that pro microphone sales will grow by more than 50 percent by 2021, but the margins may tell a slightly different story.
DTS and Classic Cinema are installing immersive audio, DTS:X-based audio systems across 16 screens in five Classic Cinemas locations.
Toronto’s new Air Jordan location on Yonge Street in downtown Toronto, Canada wanted to be more than just a store; they wanted to create an experience. That was the goal when designing the three-level retail space equipped with an underground kids-only concourse, an industrial-designed retail level, and an upper athletic training facility. In order to […]
Chad Zaemisch and Justin Crew, Metallica guitar techs, embrace wireless audio and digital modeling for Hardwired Live 2017 tour’s audio fidelity.
In his fourth year serving on the board, QSC CEO Joe Pham has been named president-elect of the 2018 AVIXA Board of Directors.
Data from Futuresource estimates that over the next few years the pro speaker market will increase its revenues from $2.6 billion to $3.6 billion by 2021.
IKEA customers are kept informed and, more importantly for the brand, kept wandering with pleasant background music, thanks to Community Loudspeakers.
Game of Thrones sound production mixer Daniel Crowley employs six different DPA microphones to capture the show’s audio content.
The Engineering Professional Education program (EPE) at Purdue University has been helping distance students complete engineering degrees for more than 60 years, going so far as to record lectures on VHS tapes and ship them to individual students across the country, or use dedicated satellites and telephone lines. With today’s online access, the use of […]