Audio on the Airwaves

Jackson, Blair
April 2006
Mix;Apr2006, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p54
The article presents recording live music for TV broadcast. "Legends of Jazz" launches on PBS, hosted by Ramsey Lewis, a leading Chicago radio DJ, and produced by Larry Rosen, which features jazz artists from different generations. It discusses stereo mixes, music and dialog effects in Pro Tools digital facility under a Meyer 7.1 surround system. It mentions the show Musiclab at World Cafe Live for the purpose of quenching the thirst of viewers on live music of every style in cable TV programming. It also discusses the live music program "Austin City Limits," regarding its quality audio in three decades of broadcast.


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