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Mayfield Mastering Blazes A Trail With PMCs New MB3 Monitors Posted: 13/10/2017
Nashville mastering facility Mayfield Mastering has become one of the first studios in the world to invest in PMCs award-winning MB3-XBD-A 3-way active main monitors, which were launched earlier this year at NAMM.
Tags: PMC | Mayfield Mastering | MB3-XBD-A Active Main Monitors | Mastering | Music | John Mayfiield
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Kei Ikeda Uses URSA Mini Pro 4.6K to Shoot Videos for Some of Japans Popular Bands Posted: 11/10/2017

Blackmagic Design today announced that Kei Ikeda, one of Japans leading music video DPs, videographers and screenwriters, and also the founder of production company ISAI, used the Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro 4.6K to shoot a number of music videos. He has used the URSA Mini Pro 4.6K to shoot videos for some of Japans leading musical acts, including popular artists such as KOTORI and Hysteric Panic.

Tags: Blackmagic Design | Music Videos | URSA Mini Pro | Kei Ikeda | DaVinci Resolve
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Weezers New Feels Like Summer Music Video Shot with URSA Mini Pro 4.6K Posted: 04/09/2017
Blackmagic Design today announced that American rock band Weezers new music video for its song Feels Like Summer was shot using an URSA Mini Pro 4.6K digital film camera. Cinematographer Gabe Kimpson, along with Directors Brendan Walter of Crush Music and Jade Ehlers, were tasked with replicating the legendary Guns N Roses Paradise City video with Weezer on the stage in front of screaming fans instead, as told from the point of view of a Weezer roadie in the 1980s.
Tags: Blackmagic Design | Weezer | Music Video | URSA Mini Pro | 4.6K | Feels Like Summer
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Timecode Systems Syncs VR Footage for Landmark Sensation Dance Music Event in Amsterdam Posted: 01/09/2017
Timecode Systems has been working with the team behind Sensation, a leading dance music event, to demonstrate how standard video, 360-degree video and high-quality audio from a performance could be captured and post produced in the time it would take a DJ to fly to his or her next gig.
Tags: Timecode Systems | VR Footage | Landmark Sensation | Dance Music Event | Amsterdam | Syncs VR | 360-degree video | high-quality audio | SyncBac PRO | SyncBac VR | VR solutions | multi camera
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New AKA Design furniture for composer David Arnold Posted: 29/08/2017

AKA Design has been commissioned to build a custom composing desk, crafted from crown oak, for talented composer, David Arnold. This will be housed at Davids room at Air Studios and is his second AKA desk, following one installed in his home studio two years ago. The new composing desk features an integrated Doepfer Musikelektronik keyboard; AKA works with leading manufacturers like this worldwide, housing audio, broadcast, editing, grading and music production technology in its stylish studio furniture.

Tags: AKA Design | studio furniture | composing | composing desk | David Arnold | music | Directors Cut Films | Avid | Mcasso | Soho | audio production | keyboard
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VER Makes Major Investment in MediorNet Solutions from Riedel Posted: 22/08/2017
Riedel Communications today announced that VER, a leading supplier of equipment and technical expertise for television, cinema, live music, sports, and corporate production, has invested in an array of products from the Riedel MediorNet real-time media network family. Products including the MetroN core router, MicroN 80G media distribution network device, and MediorNet Compact Pro frames will support VER's rich offering of broadcast and production services.
Tags: Riedel | VER | MediorNet | television | cinema | live music | sports | corporate production | Production Support Services
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Parental Pay Equality Campaign Launches Online Petition Posted: 10/08/2017
The Campaign for Parental Pay Equality, a national campaign founded earlier this year by music recording engineer Olga FitzRoy, is launching a petition to make Shared Parental Pay available to the self-employed.
Tags: Parental Pay Equality Campaign | March For Mummies | Petition | Shared Parental Pay | Music Producers Guild | UK Music | Olga FitzRoy
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40% OFF Royalty Free Music Summer Offer Posted: 08/08/2017

It's the start of the big AKM Music Summer Offer with 40% off all our Royalty Free albums when buying 3 or more. Use the code SUMMER2 to get some massive savings on music for your video productions. The perfect time to stock up and freshen up your music library ready for those productions in September.

Tags: royalty free music | music for video | copyright free music | buyout music | akm music
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Submissions Open For The Music Producers Guild Awards 2018 Posted: 01/08/2017
The Music Producers Guild Awards are 10 years old and to mark the occasion organisers are promising that the next ceremony, which takes place in London on March 1st 2018, will be the biggest, best and the glitziest yet.
Tags: Music Producers Guild | MPG Awards 2018 | Shaun Keaveny | Submissions Open | Grosvenor House
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Loc Gaillard Wins The 2017 MPG LIPA Prize Posted: 31/07/2017
LIPA graduate Loc Gaillard will receive a host of benefits, including financial support from PPL, after being named the recipient of the 2017 Music Producers Guild Prize.
Tags: Music Producers Guild | LIPA Prize | Tony Platt | Steve Levine | Loic Gaillard | Jon Thornton
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Robe Specified for 2017 Porin Music Awards Posted: 12/06/2017

The Spaladium Arena in the stunning Croatian coastal town of Split was the venue for the 2017 Porin Music Awards (AKA 'the Porins'), a glamourous, high profile evening which honours the achievements and talent of Croatian artists across a diverse mix of genres and 30 categories and is broadcast live on the national HRT network.

Tags: Robe | Porin Music Award | HRT Network | broadcast | Croatia
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White Mark Helps Nottingham University Expand Its Music Technology Provision Posted: 31/05/2017
Nottingham University has expanded its Music Technology provision by building a new recording studio and live room in a space formerly occupied by three offices.
Tags: White Mark | Nottingham University | New Studio | Music Technology Degree Course
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Royalty Free Music for Your Video and Media productions Posted: 15/05/2017

AKM Music, the UK's number 1 producer of royalty free music for video and all media have announced the release of a new album entitled POSITIVE THINKING. A collection of 40 tracks, including 30 sec, 60 sec edits, main titles, underscores and short sting all aimed at the corporate video producer. The music in this collection is bright, inspiring and motivational and would be the perfect soundtrack for a promotional edit. For a limited time only if you use this code POSITIVE you will receive 10% off this new album.

Tags: royalty free music | music for video | copyright free music | buyout music | akm music
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Ultra Music Festival Live Broadcast Filmed with URSA Mini PRO and URSA Mini 4.6K Posted: 11/05/2017

Blackmagic Design has today announced that its URSA Mini 4.6K and URSA Mini Pro cameras were used to produce a live YouTube broadcast during this year's Ultra Music Festival (UMF). For the first time at the UMF, DJs on the Main Stage were captured and broadcast in stunning 4K. 

Tags: Ultra Music Festival | NOMOBO | Live Broadcast | 4K | Camera | Streaming | URSA Mini Pro | URSA Mini 4.6K | Blackmagic Design
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PMC Helps Canterbury University Determine The True Value Of Music Posted: 21/04/2017
Peter Self, a senior lecturer in Music Business and Management at Canterbury Christ Church University, recently used PMC IB1S-AIII Active monitors in an experiment to determine whether people can tell the difference between live and recorded music.
Tags: PMC Soeakers | Peter Self | Canterbury University | Anechoic Chamber | IBiS-AIII Active Monitors | Experiment with Sound | Value of Music
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