Question: When is it best to use hanging microphones for meeting and presentation rooms? Answer: Having addressed the use of boundary and gooseneck microphones in our previous two posts, today we continue our series on meeting and presentation room miking… Continue Reading
Last week our team traveled to sunny Los Angeles for the 141st AES Convention. This event hosted by the Audio Engineering Society, of which Audio-Technica is a long-time member, is one of the largest gatherings of pro audio professionals in… Continue Reading
We’re honored to present a new guest blog series from recording engineer David Hewitt. A legendary name in the industry, David has recorded and engineered an incredible array of talented artists in both live and studio settings across the world.… Continue Reading
We came, we saw, we conquered! 2016 started off on a high note, as we ventured to sunny California for the NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) Show, arguably the largest US trade show in the music industry. Musicians, engineers… Continue Reading
With another successful CES in the books, there’s no time to rest on our laurels. We’re already on site at one of the biggest pro audio events of the year: the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Show. The latest… Continue Reading
Over the years Charlie Waymire has worn many hats within the music industry. From touring the world to opening his own recording studio, Waymire has seemingly done it all. These experiences have provided him with a wealth of knowledge that… Continue Reading
We ended the first month of 2015 with a bang as we packed our bags and ventured to the Golden State for one of the largest trade shows in the music industry: the NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) Show.
January is the beginning of the New Year, and a huge time for us at Audio-Technica. The dust has just settled from CES, and we’re already here at the next big event of the year: the National Association of Music… Continue Reading
Summer may be coming to an end, but for us that means one thing: time for the Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention!