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By Mel Lambert
Continuing our homage to the NAB Show’s core theme of “Crave More,” here is another batch of new developments seen and heard in Las Vegas earlier this week.
Yamaha put on a practical demonstration of the Nuage control surface for use with a variety of digital audio workstations, including Steinberg Nuendo, Cubase and Avid Pro Tools via the HUI control protocol.
Michelle Garuik from LA-based Grind Music & Sound
Michelle Garuik from LA-based Grind Music & Sound, which specializes in mixing and sound design for sports TV and documentary film, showed various scenes from recent productions and explained how Nuage Continue reading
Fairlight, makers of DAWs for audio post, will be integrating native Auro-3D mixing into its 3D Audio Workspace (3DAW), which adds immersive sound capability to the DAW, while remaining fully compatible with users’ established workflows.
According to Tino Fibaek, Fairlight’s CTO, “3DAW is one of the most innovative products we have launched in years and we are very excited about the integration of Auro-3D. We now support mixing, monitoring, authoring and reviewing of Auro-3D deliverables in both the Auro 11.1 and Auro 13.1 three-layered speaker layouts. We look forward to working with Auro Technologies in the future as they have a mature and established delivery format, and we have a matching 3D production platform.”
“As a long-time big fan of Fairlight products for music production and post production, I am very delighted to see the integration of our Auro-3D technology,” says Wilfried Van Baelen, CEO of Auro Technologies. “We at Auro Technologies are thrilled to be able to give the Fairlight users easy tools to add a completely new dimension in sound.”