eSCHOOL NEWS: NYU unveils $6.5M, 21st-century music technology complex

New York University's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development has announced a ground-breaking new addition, Broadcast Newsroom reports: The James L. Dolan Recording/Teaching complex at the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions is one of the most technically advanced audio teaching facilities in the United States. Created to provide students with an [...]

2009-11-24T18:43:11+00:00November 24th, 2009|News|

How to Stuff an Oven – The Studio Diary of Alicia Keys

If there's a secret recipe to sonic success, a calculus composed of right place-right time realities, Alicia Keys, Kerry "Krucial" Brothers, and engineer Ann Mincieli are deep in the mix of making musical magic pay.  Someone's in the kitchen with Alicia?  Indeed. Alicia Keys' Long Island studio, The Oven, flips the time-tested archetype of the [...]

2009-10-01T18:36:21+00:00Oktober 1st, 2009|News|

Eventful AES for WSDG

NEW YORK:    In keeping with AES Convention tradition, WSDG will be deeply involved in the 127th AES Convention set for Oct. 9-12 at NY’s Javits Center.   Beyond spending quality time meeting with clients and heads of the company’s global offices at the WSDG Booth #628, team members will participate in a number of [...]

2009-09-30T12:57:09+00:00September 30th, 2009|News|

Husson’s new theater has ‘wow factor’

BANGOR, Maine — In his 30-odd years of doing theater in Maine, Ken Stack has worked in opera houses, Grange halls, old movie theaters and churches. The owner of Acadia Repertory Theatre in Somesville and former artistic director of Penobscot Theatre Company in Bangor knows how to make do with what’s available or what can [...]

2009-09-09T20:33:37+00:00September 9th, 2009|News|

Surround audio post environments don’t have to break the bank

The Food Network renovated an existing space for its new 5.1 audio mixing room. Stations outside of the top 10 markets making the move from stereo to 5.1 surround-sound mixing of content for broadcast are challenged with trying to produce local content with multichannel audio in inadequate facilities. While most would like the luxury of [...]

2009-09-01T18:09:40+00:00September 1st, 2009|News|

WSDG Goes Green

NEW YORK:  In supporting the growing international movement towards environmentally friendly business practices, the Walters-Storyk Design Group has initiated a number of policies designed to make their domestic and international offices more energy efficient and ecologically responsive.  Working under the direction of company co-principals John Storyk and Beth Walters, WSDG project manager Kathlyn Boland has [...]

2009-01-29T16:35:17+00:00Januar 29th, 2009|News|
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