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Scene : Heard – Better Call Saul By Resurface Audio  Article credit: Resurface Audio.
In this first instalment of Scene : Heard, we look at Season 1 Episode 1 of Better Call Saul.

Our guest is Larry Benjamin, re-recording mixer on the show and to whom we spoke recently about his audio post podcast Smartcast.

February 2015 saw the premier of Better Call Saul, a prequel to the worldwide phenomenon that was Breaking Bad.Read More >>

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VR Sound Design: BMW's #Next100 
Simon Epstein, one of The Crewing Company's sound designers, has worked as a lead Foley Recordist, Mixer, Sound Editor and Department Supervisor providing sound work for Moon, Misfits, Silent Witness, New Tricks, The Hour, and Poirot amongst many other projects. He became a freelancer in 2012. 

In the below article, supplied by TCC, he discusses the BMW #Next100 Project.
Sonifex Releases Firmware Upgrade
Sonifex has released a new version of firmware for the Reference Monitor. The update improves the sound in the newer products and is recommended for download by those using the RM-2S4, RM-4C8, and RM-2S10 products.
Sky Deutschland Adopts Jünger Audio's Smart Audio Concept
Sky Deutschland has become the latest broadcaster to adopt Jünger Audio’s Smart Audio concept after specifying the company's D*AP audio processing units for its new sports programming broadcast centre in Unterföhring.
Canford Named Sonifex Distributor Of The Year 2015-2016
The Sonifex Distributor of the Year Awards for 2015-2016 were announced at this year's IBC exhibition in Amsterdam. Iain Elliott, on behalf of Canford Audio, received the Sonifex Distributor of the Year Award for the best UK distributor. Marcus Brooke, Managing Director of Sonifex, presented the award.
BCD Audio Launches New Mic Amps
BCD Audio has launched its new microphone amplifiers, the BCD ALT-2R and the BCD ALT-2S. Replacing the series of ALT-1 amps dating from 1993, the ALT-2R is intended for use in voice-over booths, unattended studios, direct to camera installations, emergency studio microphone points, and talkback, while the ALT-2S is intended to be used in journalist news rooms.
Sound Dynamics In Broadcasting
I doubt if there is anyone amongst us who has not had to reach for their remote control while watching television – and I don't mean in order to avoid repeats, says sound engineer David Hamilton-Smith. The problem we have all encountered is that of dramatically fluctuating sound levels within the programme.
Raycom Launches Wisycom's New MPR50
Raycom has launched Wisycom's new MPR50 – a high performance, true diversity IEM/IFB receiver. 

 The MPR50 offers high quality FM stereo for MPX decoding with mix mode function in IEM mode and narrow band modulation to enhance noise immunity and coverage in mono IFB mode.
The View From Soundkit
Just how is the location sound business in 2016? A good question, particularly as we write this in the immediate aftermath of the UK decision to leave the EU, says Martyn Richards and Alistair McGhee. The only thing we can say with any certainty is that all of the equipment we supply will soon be more expensive.
Lawo Selected For Sky Germany SNG Fleet
Lawo has announced it is to supply seven of its mc²36 live broadcast audio mixing consoles to Sky Germany's new SNG fleet. The fleet will be used in sports news HD and live sports production. Each console is configured with 16 faders, 192 DSP channels and a routing capacity of 512 x 512 crosspoints.
Selecting The Right Wireless Audio Equipment For Film And Sports Production Locations
When working on a film or sporting production location, there is always a unique set of challenges, particularly when dealing with wireless audio technologies, says Leslie Lello, Customer Support Specialist, Wisycom. One common challenge is the large amount of different crews with different wireless equipment – both audio and video – operating simultaneously in the same location.
The Pursuit Of Sound Perfection
Headphones, one of the most important pieces of equipment for an audio engineer. But which is best? By Benjamin Malloy, Polkadot Audio Post Production. Well, as I'm sure you know, different headphones have different qualities and suit different purposes.
Vortex Enhances Product Line Ahead Of IBC
IBC concentrates the mind – and effort; there is nothing quite like a deadline to get things finished and this year is no exception.
Perfect Fit For New Frequencies
Wireless audio specialists, Raycom, launches microphones and IEM products from US manufacturer, Lectrosonics, for use in channels 65 and 66. Use of audio wireless equipment in the broadcast and live sound industry has dramatically increased over recent years as the choice and capability of professional solutions has matched the desires of end users.