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Sound Stage 2024!

AKA Pro Audio in collaboration with Black Audio, are very excited to be hosting the first ever Sound Stage 2024 event! We will be showcasing…

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AKA Pro Audio & Bubblebee Industries

AKA Pro Audio & Bubblebee Industries In Partnership

AKA Pro Audio and Bubblebee Industries have joined forces to bring the best in wind protection solutions, and sound accessories to customers in Australia and…

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DPA Bodyworn

DPA Microphones: How mic placement affects the voice

The sound of the voice varies a lot depending on the position of the listener or the microphone used to pick up the sound of…

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Dpa Microphones

DPA Microphones: Numbers in Audio

Even though we work with audio and our primary assessment tools are the ears and the heart, sometimes we need to use numbers to describe…

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DPA Microphones: How to mic a kick (bass) drum

Guidelines for miking the kick (bass) drum This article will give you some information about the kick (bass) drum as well as guidelines on close miking…

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DPA Microphones

DPA Microphones: DPA’s first ever kick drum microphone!

Please welcome the 4055 Kick Drum Microphone, a specialised kick drum mic for the low-frequency, high-SPL instrument. Different from traditional kick drum mics, this new…

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Proximity effect

DPA Microphones: Proximity effect in microphones explained

Proximity is when a microphone produces more bass by getting closer to the sound source (a point – or line source). This article takes you…

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DPA Microphones: Know the basics about phantom power

All condenser microphones need power. Phantom power is the primary standard for professional microphones. Here are answers to 10+ of the most frequent questions about…

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DPA Microphones: Live Streaming & Microphone Techniques

Is there a unique microphone technique for streaming? Not really. However, often live streaming is characterised by transmission involving the smallest workforce possible. The rule…

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Sound Engineer Phil Wright uses ALL DPA on ‘Joker, live in concert

Will a rider, containing only DPA microphones, really make a difference? According to Phil Wright and many experts that have heard Joker, Live in Concert,…

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