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Dane Cody Chooses DPA Microphones To Capture Crystal Clear Dialogue

Posted by Karin Cahill

05/08/19 14:12

For Production Sound Mixer Dane Cody, DPA Microphones are invaluable. They’ve helped him deliver clean audio in the company’s latest two productions.

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Topics: DPA Microphones, DPA, Lavalier microphones

Technological Wizardry from DPA Microphones Brings Extra Magic To The Theatre Stage

Posted by DPA Microphones

07/05/19 09:52

Prominent theatre productions often span the globe, having multiple productions in various major cities of the world. Having this sort of breadth has its advantages, not least of which for giving production teams the opportunity to assess the equipment their using and change them when new benefits arise from advances in technology. One such example of this is in multi-award-winning sound designer Gareth Frey’s experience on the set of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in Melbourne.

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Topics: DPA Microphones, d:screet, subminiature microphones, theatre microphones, production microphones

Come along to ENTECH to see the microphone everyone's talking about

Posted by Karin Cahill

05/02/19 14:14

ENTECH Roadshow will kick off on the 5th March and will travel to all major states in Australia, including Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. There’s no better time for integrators, designers and end-users to get up close and personal with the latest and greatest in audio, lighting, video and staging, including but not limited to DPA’s subminiature microphones. These impressively compact microphones are only 3mm in diameter and are already making waves across the globe. The d:screet CORE 6060 and 6061 Subminiature Microphones and the d:fine CORE 6066 Subminiature Headset Microphones all have the manufacturers CORE technology that reduces distortion and increases dynamic range.

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Topics: DPA Microphones, small microphones, 6000 series, subminiature microphones, ENTECH

ISE 2019 visitors will get their first chance to see DPA’s exceptional Subminiature Microphones

Posted by Karin Cahill

04/02/19 10:58

With ISE just around the corner, DPA has announced their focus on their all-new and impressive subminiature microphone, that’s already making waves across the industry globally. The microphone manufacturer is set to introduce their smallest ever 3mm piece of machinery to the AV, Conference and Installation markets; the d:screet CORE 6060 and 6061 Subminiature Microphones and the d:fine CORE 6066 Subminiature Headset Microphones.

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Topics: DPA Microphones, ISE 2019, 6000 series, 4000 series, subminiature microphones

Electropop Powerhouse MØ Goes On Tour With DPA Microphones

Posted by Karin Cahill

23/01/19 16:29

For music icon MØ’s front of house engineer Jon Schumann, he faces the challenge of transporting the distinctive musical style to a live audience often. Karen Marie Ørsted Andersen’s (MØ) music combines electronic elements and big samples with live drums, guitar and vocals, that brings with it some very modern production issues; one being the challenge of amplifying vocals and electronic samples in such a way, they’re seamlessly integrated and complementary to each other.

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Topics: Live sound, DPA Microphones, AV

Musical prodigy Mat Mitchell talks about his history of using DPA on a range of exciting projects.

Posted by Karin Cahill

28/11/18 16:27

Mat Mitchell, producer, songwriter, musician and audio engineer has a long history of working with iconic artists like Nine Inch Nails, Katy Perry and Tegan and Sara. He’s even played in his own band, Puscifer. Over the past 10 years, Mitchell has relied heavily on DPA Microphones to deliver the clean and crisp sound they’ve come to be known for. It comes as no surprise he was overjoyed when introduced to their CORE amplification technology.

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Topics: DPA Microphones, amplifier, technology

Danish TV Contestants Find Love With Help from DPA Microphones

Posted by Karin Cahill

16/11/18 14:34

The Danish reality TV show Faith, Hope & Tinder has men and women coming to terms with the latest in audio technology from DPA, to eliminate the need for sound engineers to be present on dates.

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Topics: DPA Microphones, d:screet, MMA-A

National Hot Rod Association Brings Earth-Shaking Sounds of World’s Fastest Motorsport with DPA

Posted by Karin Cahill

17/09/18 13:52

The National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) has a vast fan base. Their televised races draw eyes and ears from around the world but they’re not alone when it comes to the challenge of mimicking the highly ear-splitting, earth-shaking racetrack experience on-screen for their viewers. Although the Association broadcasts races in Dolby Atmos, the bottlenecked technology didn’t have the accompanying microphone that could reproduce the low-frequency component of the sound of 11,000 horsepower cars launching from the starting line. Mike Rokosa, technology executive at the NHRA, went for the d:dicate™ 4007 Omnidirectional Microphone from DPA Microphones.

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Topics: DPA Microphones, d:dicate

Acclaimed classical music producer Marlan Barry, talks DPA Microphones

Posted by Karin Cahill

02/08/18 15:23

 

Marlan Barry is among the world's most accomplished and recognised classical music and acoustic recording producers, having served as the head recording engineer for Houston Grand Opera for 15 years. He specialises in a range of different styles, including operatic, electro-acoustic and jazz. He recently assumed the recording and post-production responsibilities for The Orchestra Now main concert series, as well as The Bard Music Festival at the Frank Gehry designed Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. Just recently, whilst in the midst of recording Nicholas Phan’s album “Gods & Monsters”, he used DPA’s d:dicate 4003 Omnidirectional Microphone.

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Topics: DPA Microphones, classical, acoustic, Marlan Barry

DPA Microphones goes to Antarctica to capture the crisp sounds of the frozen desert with Playground Estudio

Posted by Karin Cahill

18/07/18 09:43

There are very few microphones existing in the world that can withstand the extreme cold, moisture and wind inherent in Antarctica’s harsh environment and documentary maker Nerio Gutierrez (Playground Estudio) knows DPA is arguably the best. Last year, he and his team spent six weeks aboard the Spanish Navy’s scientific vessel, Hesperides, recording the sounds of penguin colonies, whales, zodiacs and various other marine life both on and offshore, for his film Antarctica: A Message from the Frozen Planet.

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Topics: DPA Microphones, antarctica

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