Pro Sound News. Jan2012, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p40-44. 2p. 2 Color Photographs.
Technological innovations, Magnetic recorders & recording, and Sound recording & reproducing -- Equipment & supplies
The article discusses several innovations developed by analog tape recorder technology manufacturer ATR Services since Mike Spitz founded the company in San Mateo, California in 1991. ATR modified the Ampex ATR102 tape path to create the one-inch stereo mastering recorder. The company also introduced the HDV-2 tube mastering electronics in 1994 and the VS-20 variable-speed controller in 1996. In addition, ATR expanded its operations and established ATR Magnetics.
Gallagher, Dan, Petach, Jay, Weiner, Matthew, Ravan, Genya, Clearmountain, Bob, Reid, Jeffrey Lynn, Spitz, Mike, and Sherman, Jeff
Mix; Nov2007, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p14-14, 1p
LETTERS to the editor, MUSICIANS, MUSIC in education, VIRTUAL reality, and COMPUTER simulation
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "30 People Who Shaped Sound," in the October 2, 2007 issue, "Learning From a Classic," by Eddie Ciletti in the September 1, 2007 issue, and "Virtual Reality," by David Weiss in the August 1, 2007 issue.
The article offers agency news briefs including the promotion of Graham Mills as managing director of Digitas Health New York, the launch of Uceris.com website for Santarus' extended release ulcerative colitis treatment, and the resignation of Mike Spitz as managing director of Zemoga.