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Mentoring – What’s That All About Then?

24/03/2010 | 0 Comments

Over the last few years many ideas have been bandied around the EC, Line Up, IBSnet and the pub, and one that lots of people mention is the need for the IBS to introduce a mentoring scheme. In an employment environment where there are many more “one man operations”, where were the sound engineers of…

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IBS Loudness meeting 18 March 2010

23/03/2010 | 0 Comments

The meeting was very well attended by a cross section of IBS members from industry gurus to student members. This report only scratches the surface of the information provided on the night. The proceedings were recorded as a webcast video by IPS member Ian Sands which IPS members can download when logged in to the Members’…

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Great drama – but can you hear what they’re saying?

20/02/2010 | 0 Comments

Report by Louise Willcox, IBS Executive member My Mother sent me a cutting from The Independent newspaper dated 1st June 2009, headline: “Great drama – but can you hear a single word they are saying?” It reported that Jay Hunt, Controller BBC 1 had agreed to co-operate with a major independent study. Being a nosey…

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Laptops on Location

05/02/2010 | 0 Comments

For drama location recordings, the hard disk recorder is king…or is it? Grant Bridgeman AMIBS investigates the practical uses of a laptop on location. The thought of using a laptop as a multichannel location recorder for drama usually results in pained expressions from production sound mixers for a whole host of reasons that tend to be…

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Dancing on Ice

21/11/2009 | 0 Comments

“It’s Sunday night, it’s live, and it’s …” Rob Ashard MIBS tells us about how he produces the sound for ITV’s Dancing on Ice. When I hear the words in the headline above I know we’re just past the opening titles and about an hour and a half of live telly is coming our way.…

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