Dennis Baxter has spent over 35 years in live broadcasting contributing to hundreds of live events including sound design for nine Olympic Games. He has earned multiple Emmy Awards and is the author of “A Practical Guide to Television Sound Engineering,” published in both English and Chinese. His current book about immersive sound practices and production will be available in 2022. He can be reached at email@example.com or at www.dennisbaxtersound.com.
INSIDE AUDIO Production, hearing and speaker placement all play a role in what you hear on TV
INSIDE AUDIO Every time I watch TV I observe A/V sync issues, but I decided to give broadcasters another look last month and was very surprised at what I saw and heard
INSIDE AUDIO While AI/ML is not new in media production, new developments bring it to the forefront
The metaverse is in conflict with broadcasting... one is a shared experience, the other is not
INSIDE AUDIO While the technology is evolving, content with compelling immersive sound and interactivity is lagging, except in gaming.
INSIDE AUDIO Enough work had been done prior to the pandemic to make the transition easier
Inside Audio Madden’s voice and the sound of the game are so well known that you can purchase sound samples
Inside Audio I enjoyed the sound of all the divisional and series playoffs, but a smooth-balanced soundscape is easily just as entertaining without any trampoline sound dynamics