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Audio-Technica U.S., Inc.



Phone: 1-330-686-2600
Contact: pro@atus.com
Web site: http://www.audio-technica.com
 
Company Profile

Established in 1962, Audio-Technica is renowned worldwide for a broad range of professional and consumer audio products, including high-performance microphones, headphones, wireless microphone systems, wireless monitor systems, phono cartridges, turntables and more.

This company is listed in the following categories:
Audio, Mixers & Switchers
Articles Mentioned
Cut Lines: Voice-Over Recording in Final Cut Studio and Logic Pro
Ben Balser | This month we'll explore how to do voice-over (VO) work in Final Cut Studio, from some hardware advice to the actual software workflow. We'll start with some really basic notes about hardware, then move on to actual recording in the latest versions of Final Cut Studio and Soundtrack Pro.
Band on the Run: What the FCC's 700MHz Ban Means to Wireless Mic Users
Stu Sweetow | As part of the digital television transition that started last year, the FCC allocated frequencies to public safety organizations and broadband providers. That spectrum includes the 700MHz band where many UHF microphones transmit. If your wireless mics operate on any frequencies between 698MHz and 806MHz, you may be breaking the law. Here's what you need to know to keep your wireless workflow safe and sound.
Abaltat Helps the Music Come Together on the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus
Abaltat sponsors the Well-Known Non-Profit "Studio on Wheels"
Gear & Now: Ultra High, Ultra Wide, Ultra Now
Lee Rickwood | New HD field recorder, portable media converter, ultra wideband audio technology, LED lighting, pan-and-tilt heads, and more
Wireless Mics: Tale of the Tape
Anthony Burokas | To get a sense of what solutions are available and how well they'll work for event shooters today, we compare five relatively inexpensive wireless systems from Azden, Sony, and Sennheiser for their performance on run-and-gun live event shoots.
Audio-Technica Bundles Cakewalk Sonar LE as Part of AT2041SP Studio Pack
A-T's 2041SP Studio Pack now includes Cakewalk's SONAR LE recording software with the AT2020 side-address condenser and AT2021 small-diaphragm cardioid condenser microphones providing a versatile, value-added project/home studio recording package
Audio-Technica Introduces SpectraPulse Ultra Wideband Wireless Microphone System
SpectraPulse offers secure wireless operation for the installed sound market free from RF competition, frequency coordination and "white space" issues
Mastering Classical Music Videography
Jery Winters | Videotaping classical music concerts is similar to taping stage performances, but with two critical differences: the pace of the shooting is much slower, and the quality of the article is much more critical. Here's a guide to getting classical music concert videos right.
Site & Scene: The Art of Performance-Art Shooting
Lee Rickwood | A recent performance art event at the Art Gallery of Ontario, captured by eight video cameras, has given the phrase "video shoot" a whole new meaning.
The Main Event: Can You Hear Me Now?
Doug Graham | Good audio is an essential part, maybe even the most essential part, of a good video.
Stage to Screen: Stage Two
Producing stage-production videos doesn't require a degree in rocket science, but you may need some spe cialized equipment and "insider" tips on how to use it effectively. With the right tools and techniques, you'll be well on your way to producing videos that will have customers standing in line to put money in your pockets.
Gear & Now: All Ears: Lavaliere and Shotgun Mics
Examining lavs which can be matched to almost any sound recording system and shotgun mics which use a long slender isolation tube with a highly directional pattern optimized for distant pickup