June 2006
Mix;Jun2006, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p80
The article presents various sound equipment featured at NAB 2006 exhibition. Fairlight introduced a comprehensive High Density production and encoding suite for audio finishing for HDTV and film. Beyerdynamic's MC 840 large diaphragm microphone features a double-diaphragm capsule, five polar patterns and low-noise electronics. Digidesign Inc.'s Pro Tools 7.2 includes enhanced capabilities for editing video, streamlined Avid-to-PT workflows and support for different field recorders.


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