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October 24, 2022

Audio Engineering Society

By: Scott C Frey

What is three days in a crowded convention hall full of audio engineers like? It’s a completely immersive experience!   The theme of this years edition of the AES convention was clear. Immersive and spatial audio is going to be the wave that propels the future of audio industry.  The range classes covered the entire […]

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September 17, 2019

Blue Yeti X

By: Richard Mitchell

Since 2009, Blue Yeti USB microphones have dominated the YouTube, podcast, and vocal production world. With each update, the Yeti has adjusted to the demands of the users, and the new Yeti X is no different. The newly added LED metering will allow users to directly monitor their levels to prevent over or under driven […]

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November 12, 2018

Warpwire Now Hosts Content for Apple Podcasts

By: Todd Stabley

With their commitment to innovation and fresh ideas, it might be too early to call Warpwire an “old dog,” but they definitely learned a cool new trick recently that has expanded the ways it is now possible to use Warpwire at Duke. When we learned that Apple was migrating content Duke had been hosting in […]

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November 5, 2018

Blue Yeti Nano

By: Richard Mitchell

One of the most overlooked technical aspects of in-office or at-home online teaching is audio capture. AV folks are quick to recommend $100-$200 webcams to significantly improve the video quality and flexibility of the teaching environment. But, when it comes to audio, many seem content delegating the sound capture to the built-in microphone of the webcam… […]

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