HHB Communications Ltd. is announcing the release of a new issue of the Pro Audio Report at IBC 2014 in Hall 8 on Stand 8.D56.
Revered as a leading source of information on the latest professional audio developments and industry trends, the strength of the Pro Audio Report lies in its strong editorial focus and comprehensive content. Issue 2 is comprised of 40 pages of essential information on pressing industry topics and in-depth pro audio product information for the broadcast, education, music recording, OB, post, radio, television and video game markets.
UK Screen Technology Working Group Chair Neil Hatton provides an update on file delivery and loudness that focuses on the requirements of the Digital Production Partnership. Leading journalist Paul Mac explains Object-Based Audio with a look at Dolby’s Atmos system. He also contributes an article on the latest standards of digital audio networking. DiGiCo MD James Gordon offers an exclusive insight into the features and technology that have made DiGiCo broadcast consoles the top choice for this year’s Wimbledon Championships and the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
These in-depth features are combined with up-to-the-minute information on the Avid S6, and articles on the latest from Genelec, Roland, Sennheiser, Sonnet, TC Electronic, Dynaudio Professional, Neumann, RØDE, Universal Audio, Blackmagic Design, Rosendahl, Studio Technologies, Mogami and more.
HHB Group Sales Director Steve Angel comments: “It is very important that the Pro Audio Report highlights the most relevant issues and technologies for pro audio professionals. Issue 2 truly reflects the diversity of our expertise, with features and technical information that are in-depth and editorially focused.”
Visitors are invited to collect a free copy of the Pro Audio report on HHB’s Stand. UK residents can register to receive a free print copy of The Pro Audio Report at this link: http://www.hhb.co.uk/signup.php. A digital edition will also be available on the HHB website.
HHB Communications Limited
Founded in 1976 and located in London, HHB Communications is a global leader in the supply of professional audio technology. Serving in the broadcast, recording and media production sectors, HHB’s unique expertise is also recognised by major manufacturers and innovators, many of which have appointed the company as exclusive distributors of their products. The specialist division, Scrub serves the needs of the television and film post production industry from premises in the heart of London’s Soho.