TSL Mic Captures New York Ambiance for Pro Sound Effects

SoundField microphone and SurroundZone add to PSE library
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MARLOW, England�To capture a new ambisonic library of New York City, Pro Sound Effects turned to TSL and its SoundField microphones. The SoundField mic supplied the original B-Format audio file. PSE also used TSL�s SurroundZone2 plugin. Recorded in 24-bit/96 kHz high-resolution, the new library includes sounds of the streets and subways from Brooklyn to Manhattan and more.

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The SoundField mic allowed PSE to easily adjust parameters like microphone orientation and output formats to capture surround soundscapes. With the SurroundZone2 software, PSE can customize sound effects and decoded to mono, stereo 5.1, 7.1 and beyond; this provides control over a wide range of microphone parameters from a single user interface.

TSL is a manufacturer of hardware and software systems, specializing in audio monitoring, surround microphones and processors, broadcast control systems and power management tools.

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