ATE visits Skanderborg Festival

In connection with Skanderborg Festival – aka Smukfest -, we visited the festival with our Product Manager, Michael Munch, who happens to be the Stage Manager for ‘Bøgescenen’ – the biggest stage at the festival.

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Video content doesn’t have to be difficult.

Video content doesn’t have to be difficult.

And, we really do keep it simple and agile. There isn’t a big production behind these episodes. No make-up for me or the guest, no script. We ‘steal’ a couple of coffee tables from the marketing office, use Christian Bennike’s DSLR camera (we shot the first episode with an iPhone!), bought a couple of cheap lights, and called our good friend Greg McQueen(he has done a ton of video interviews and has a cool mic).

Excerpt from article on LinkedIn.

That’s it. Then we shoot the episode. Christian directs, I stand awkwardly and pretend to do something, our guest is a rockstar, and Greg spends a day on editing. It really can be that simple. And with each time, we’ve managed to cut down time used on shooting (under five hours for the third episode).

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Ask the Expert episode 003

Ask the Expert episode 003

We are back with the third episode in our Ask the Expert series. In this series, we highlight our many employees for their exceptional skill – and Dynaudio for its expertise with building some of the best loudspeakers in the world for four decades.

In this particular episode, I talk with our Loudspeaker Driver Specialist, Andreas Eberhardt, as we dive into the pool of viewer questions about drive units discussing everything from highly technical questions to the more easy-going ones.

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Dynaudio’s Ask The Expert: Episode 002

After a very successful first episode, we filmed our second episode with one of our Senior Acoustic Engineers, Stephen Entwistle. In this episode, we are dealing with questions about monitors in smaller studios such as the editing rooms or home studios. We continue to deal with the question on a personal level – diving directly into the one-to-one communication that suits social media so well. Watch the full episode here or learn more on Dynaudio.com/Dynaudio-Academy/.

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Say hello to our newest Personal Reference Monitor – LYD.

Say hello to our newest Personal Reference Monitor – LYD.

The outcome is the new LYD range: three monitors that speak to the creative at heart. These monitors help express creativity in every environment, but their true expertise is in small spaces, where their low volume precision comes into its own.

To learn more about LYD’s relationship with the artistically-minded, I met up with Sebastian Rodens, Product Manager for Professional Products at Dynaudio, to have a chat about our new monitors and my first question was simple: Why black and white?

With the release of Dynaudio’s newest Personal Reference Monitor, I interviewed our Product Manager for all Dynaudio Professional products at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt. You can read the whole story at Dynaudio.com/Dynaudio-Academy/.

Dynaudio’s new series: Ask The Expert

At Dynaudio, every department is filled with experts. But none are more important for our business than the extremely talented engineers that develop the loudspeakers of tomorrow. Together with my colleague, Christian Bennike, we sat out to bridge the gap between our loyal fans and experts – bringing them together through the simple concept: ask a question and we’ll answer it. You can watch the very first episode right here, or read more about it on Dynaudio.com/Dynaudio-Academy/.

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Why you should care about lossless high fidelity audio

We believe the music you play should match your speakers, but we aren’t talking about different genres or which musician to choose – no, we are talking about the quality of the music. When we build a pair of speakers, our goal is to reproduce what the artists intended to record and that requires a proper quality of music.

This excerpt is from an interview I did with Pål Bråtelund, a Strategic Partnership Manager at TIDAL. You can read the full interview with Pål on Dynaudio.com/Dynaudio-Academy/.