French sound engineer Stéphane Bucher faced a difficult task when he was asked to record the audio for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, the new film from internationally acclaimed director Luc Besson. The Sci-Fi blockbuster, reportedly the most expensive movie ever produced in Europe, features over 100 characters, many of whom are […]
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Huge congratulations are in order for DPA Microphones, who’s new and innovative d:screet™ Necklace Microphone received the coveted Technical Excellence & Creativity (TEC) Award for sound-reinforcement microphones at the TEC Awards 2015.
Deputy Head of Sound for The Bodyguard, says DPA’s d:screet 4060s were chosen because sound designer Richard Brooker and director Thea Sharrock didn’t want any microphones to be visible to the audience
The DPA 4006 Microphone has forged a reputation worldwide as an indispensable studio recording mic since it arrived on the scene in 1982. In it’s current form, the d:dicate™ 4006A Omni Recording Mic brings the 4006 in line with DPA’s d:dicate™ modular microphone range.
Steve Browell shares his experience recording the sounds of cars for film and television, with exotic locations ranging from race tracks to mansions, from anechoic chambers to scrap yards…
We get behind the scenes at Penguin Cafe’s concert at the Union Chapel on 14 Feb 2014, in an interview with their sound engineer, Jamie Orchard-Lisle, who has a big job miking up and mixing sound for the nearly all-acoustic band.
The DPA Headset Microphones have proved hugely successful and now see two new microphones added to the d:fine™ range. The DPA d:fine™ 66 is an Omnidirectional capsule improving on it’s predecessor, the 4066, while the d:fine™ 88 is the Directional version taking over from the omnipotent 4066.
Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates was among a number of speakers at the recent Big IF rally in London who opted to wear DPA’s d:fine™ Headset Microphones.