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Countryman Associates has introduced its new H7 Headset Microphone, intended for use in location sound, theatrical, and presentation applications.

     
     
   

An audio compressor is one of the most important parts of sound design and mixing, but it is also one of the most misunderstood and mis-used. Compression is one of those things that, by far, takes quite a bit of work to wrap your head around. The fundamental principle of compression is that it is used to control dynamic range within a piece of audio. This could be anything from dialogue to music and allows you to keep full control over fluctuations in loudness. Today’s article aims to break down the art of compression and discuss the standard parameters of a compressor unit.

     
     
   

Leader Electronics is to launch the latest additions to its new ZEN series, the LV5600 true hybrid IP and SDI waveform monitor and LV7600 rasterising equivalent, at IBC 2018.

     
     
   

New version 4.29 firmware is now available to download for Timecode Systems :pulse, :wave, and :minitrx+. This latest update improves the quality of system performance by fixing important issues.

     
     
   

The common assumption is that by feeding timecode to camera you will keep camera and sound in sync. Unfortunately this is not so, Timecode and Sync are not the same thing. Timecode is in fact only metadata to identify how the first frame is labeled for time when the camera begins rolling. Once a camera starts recording, it ignores external timecode and uses its own internal clock to record.

     
     
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