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Immersive Audio

In 2012, the Oculus Rift Kickstarter campaign burst onto the scene, initiating a new wave of public interest in sense-enveloping immersive experiences. 5 years later, the consumer reality is mixed with some very public let-downs like Google Glass (which is coincidentally enjoying a re-birth at the time of writing, now as a technical tool in the wor...

Submitted by Jon Schorah - new
Published 19 October 2017

Streaming and the need for continued innovation

In a fast-changing world, audio producers need to adapt quickly in order to keep up. Media consumption is changing - fast. Almost without anyone noticing, we have passed the tipping point. Only a few years ago we were discussing streaming as an emerging technology; yet now, according to a recent Deloitte survey, streaming has overtaken live TV as t...

Submitted by Jon Schorah - new
Published 04 April 2017

New Upmixing Challenges and Strategies for Audio Post-pro...

by Jon Schorah Issue 109 - January 2016 Following the successful introduction of Halo Upmix, NUGEN Audios new upmixing plugin, Creative Director and Co-Founder Jon Schorah reflects on the changing landscape and increasingly complex demands of the modern audio post-production environment. The audio post-production engineer survives in a demanding an...

Submitted by Jon Schorah
Published 21 January 2016

Assuring loudness compliance for international content di...

by Samuele Tezza Issue 89 - May 2014 At SAMPLE, sound is our business. An up-and-coming digital recording studio and post-production house based in Verona, Italy with offices in Milan and Rome, SAMPLE offers a full range of high-end services including voice recording for television and radio, dubbing for cinema and television, original soundtracks,...

Submitted by Samuele Tezza
Published 01 June 2014

Royal College of Art targets loudness with NUGEN Audio

by Mike WyeldIssue 83 - November 2013 In the world of cinema and filmmaking I like to imagine the UK\'s Royal College of Art needs no introduction. Weve had some amazing alumni; Director Sir Ridley Scott, novelist Len Deighton, and Sgt Pepper artist Peter Blake have all walked the halls. Vacuum designer James Dyson imagined his revolutionary vacuum...

Submitted by Mike Wyeld
Published 01 December 2013

Loudness: What happens now if my work is not compliant?

Now that loudness is a mandatory requirement in the United States, Europe, and much of the rest of the world, it’s not so much a question of when organizations will begin to comply, but how?1. Now the standards are in place, what happens now if my work is not compliant?There are varying repercussions for noncompliance, depending where you work and...

Submitted by Jon Schorah
Published 01 June 2013

Ask the Experts - Loudness

Introduction:Loudness level inconsistencies are one of the most common problems in the broadcast industry. Loudness standards are now being introduced as discontinuities in audio levels between programs, or between programs and advertisements, have been the cause of viewer complaints – in fact they are the number one cause. Of course anything that...

Submitted by Bob Pank#
Published 01 August 2012