Daily Archives: March 25, 2012

Pioneer Ts-a1072r 4-inch 3-way 150-watt Speakers (pair)

Pioneer’s TS-A1072R four-inch three-ways deliver power handling of 150 watts max. (20 watts nominal). Pioneer continues to set an example with next-generation technology for improved sound: the tweeter, magnets, surrounds, the voice coil wire, the basket and more are all high-performance components that make up a great speaker. Pioneer’s A-Series Speakers Pioneer A-series speakers outperform factory speakers on nearly every level. Packing a powerful punch, A-Series speakers are equipped with up to three independent tweeters with reinforced woofers, so every beat is heard and felt. Featuring a bigger, better cone than most OEM speakers, the A-series boasts serious output and booming bass. Extra-sensitive tweeters play at higher frequencies and are capable of handling stronger audio signals, resulting in vocals that are crisp and clear, even when you crank the volume. TS-A1072R Features Composite IMPP Cone with Interlaced Aramid Fiber With long aramid fibers interlacing together inside, this IMPP cone design provides the strength and rigidity that powerful bass sound requires. High-density compressed internal architecture is resilient, stacks up against high power well and transfers sound quickly. The result is full-bodied, rich sound character with midrange depth that conventional IMPP cones cannot match. Midrange/Tweeter The mid-range is a 15/16″ Light Weight Balanced Dome with Magnetic Fluid and includes its own Neodymium Magnet, for high-performance reproduction with low distortion, and the 3/8″ Dome Tweeter delivers smooth, accurate highs. Custom-Fit Basket A custom-fit basket will fit both 4- & 2-Hole Mounting applications, making installation easy. Power Handling The TS-A1072R handles 150 watts max. power (20 watts nominal). Along with enhanced power handling, you still get the same high performance that all the TS-A’s deliver. A four-inch, three-way speaker with 150 watts power handling. Click to

Love Songs By Rawls,lou (cd)

*Artist: RAWLS,LOU *Genre: Vocals *Release Date: 17-APR-1991

Songs Of Inspiration And Believe By O’donnell,daniel (cd)

*Artist: O’DONNELL,DANIEL *Genre: Vocals *Release Date: 20-JAN-2004

Voco Pro VHF-3005 Dual Channel VHF Wireless Microphone System bundled

For those who have been looking for a wireless microphone system that?s both reliable and super affordable, VocoPro is proud to introduce the VHF-3005. Superior sounding vocals, a clear signal and wireless freedom are what make the VHF-3005 an easy choice for singers and entertainers alike.

Choosing and using audio and music software

This comprehensive reference features all the major audio software: SONAR XL; Cubase SX; Logic Audio Platinum; Digital Performer; Nuendo; Pro Tools; Peak; Spark XL; SonicWorx; Audition (Cool Edit Pro); WaveLab; Sound Forge. If you need advice on which systems to purchase, which are most suitable for particular projects, and on moving between platforms mid-project, this book should be your one-stop reference. Mike Collins is a trainer and consultant who has been tackling these issues for years and his expert advice will save you time and money.Each section covers a specific system, providing a handy overview of its key features and benefits, including help with setup. “Hints” and “Tips” appear throughout these sections, addressing issues such as how to record drum loops using a virtual drum-machine, recording basslines and keyboard pads using virtual synthesizers, and adding strings, brass or other instruments using virtual samplers. Mike then illustrates how to convert these MIDI recordings into audio tracks to mix alongside vocals, guitars and any other real instruments. The many short tutorials provide both a source of comparison and means to get up to speed fast on any given software.Mike Collins is a music technology consultant and writer who has been making music in London’s recording studios variously as a MIDI programmer, session musician, recording engineer, producer and arranger since 1981. He offers freelance Pro Tools engineering, consultancy, troubleshooting and personal tuition, as well as presenting seminars and lectures on related music technology and audio recording topics. Mike has written over 500 articles for magazines such as Macworld (UK), Pro Sound News Europe, Sound on Sound and AudioMedia, and for Electronic Musician and MIX in the USA.Mike’s wide-ranging career and experience enables him to bring excellent insight from all sides into his writing, from technical detail to creative expression. Starting out as a musician and club DJ in the 1970’s, Mike moved into professional recording in the 1980’s, initially as a Songwriter/Producer for EMI Records. Later he worked as a Songwriter for Chappell Music; as a Film Sound Consultant for Dolby Labs; as a Music Producer for TV recordings; and as Senior Recording Engineer and Music Technology Specialist at Yamaha’s London R & D Studio. Throughout the 1990’s Mike worked as a MIDI Programmer on records, films and music tours with bands such as the Shamen and film composers such as Ryuichi Sakamoto and David Arnold. Mike was Executive Consultant to Re-Pro (The Guild of Record Producers and Engineers) between 1996 and 1999 and Technical Consultant to the Music Producers Guild (MPG), contributing to the Education Group and organising and presenting Technical Seminars between 1999 and 2002. He has a BSc in Electroacoustics and an MSc in Music Information Technology.* A unique, colour-illustrated source of comparison between rival systems to help you determine future purchases or upgrades* Packed with tutorials and no-nonsense advice including help with moving your projects more easily from one system to another* Written by an experienced specialist who has spent many hours comparing the products available – so you don’t have to!

Producing great sound for digital video

Producing Great Sound for Digital Video is a complete audio training guide as well as a quick problem-solving resource for the working pro. The author explains hundreds of real-world techniques to use from preproduction through the final mix. Readers get how-tos, tips, and time-savers, plus tutorials on key skills such as dialogue and music editing. This edition features deeper coverage of location techniques, including choosing the right mic, in-camera sound recording, getting sound into the camera cleanly, calibrating the camera to location sound equipment, working with mic booms, using separate recorders, and digital wireless. It also includes updates on working techniques, including new software categories for postproduction and new interchange standards. Producing Great Sound for Digital Video is packed with hundreds of real-world techniques that range from pre-production through the final mix–including tutorials, tips, and tricks to make great tracks with any computer or software.