Friday, March 24th, 2017

July 2016 – In a 1:1 briefing with Autodesk at SIGGRAPH, we saw the latest version of their Shotgun software that is now being used for VR content creation in a single studio environment as a production pipeline manager. As projects start to use multiple sources for assets and have multiple developers, the management becomes [...]

July 2016 – The theme on the 2016 SiGGRAPH was Render the Possibilities. The render engines, once reserved for VFX in movie production, are now part of the ubiquitous computing capability in the cloud. The results of these render engines were on display in full force at SIGGRAPH, in the form of analysis from HPC, [...]

April 2016 – We had a chance to test the next generation of studio reference headphones from Beyerdynamics the DT1770PRO. This new headphone is designed for the studio, live location recording, DJ & home studio use. It is the premier platform the BD Tesla drivers which use new materials to create and control a high [...]

 January 2016, At the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, Beyerdynamic, following the introduction of their new General Manager, introduced the long awaited successor to the icon DT770Pro headphones. These headphones became the reference model for the industry for mixing, live performance and studio work since they were introduced over 25 years ago, and are still [...]

 June 2014 – Blackmagic Design was showing their video processing and capture products in scaled down display of of accessories at the Infocomm2014 show compared to their presence at NAB 2014. The highlights were focused on their new cameras and their switching gear which is very affordable and easy to use for corporate AV applications [...]

Six years in a row, in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, the Grammy for “Record of the Year” went to recordings performed by members of “The Wrecking Crew”. This was a nickname coined by its drummer Hal Blaine, who is also a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Some of the [...]

For the audiences that appreciate the artists, this film opens their eyes about the music industry. For Denny Tedesco, this film was a personal project about his father. Denny Tedesco at AES 2012 Denny Tedesco always wanted to make a documentary in the ’80′s about his father, Tommy Tedesco. He actually made a documentary just [...]

 November 4, 2010, Audio Engineering Society Convention—San Francisco—a Panel talked about the challenges of developing a broadcast audio control room in an unusual environment. The panel was titled “Broadcast Facility Design: Attention to the Details” and was moderated by John Storyk principal from Walters-Storyk Design Group. The panel members were: Bob Skye, president of Skye [...]