Dynaudio’s Unheard: Shipping-Container Recording Studio
Dynaudio will showcase its pop-up recording studio, Unheard, at The 2019 NAMM Show. Built in the hull of two shipping containers, this state-of-the-art studio is half glass, allowing the audience to watch and listen to the bands as they record.
This behind-the-scenes look offers the audience an engaging part-concert, part-recording session. With an MC, producer and several sound technicians, the crowd can sit and enjoy the music as they peer into the recording process.
Dynaudio debuted Unheard in its native Denmark at the annual music festival, Smukfest. Smuk, the word for beautiful in Danish, describes both the form and function of this unique recording space.
The studio is full of cutting-edge pro audio technology. It boasts a DAD AX32 system with MADI to patch the audience PA and Dante to connect the audio lines between shipping containers. NAMM attendees can learn more about audio over IP (AoIP) with additional registration to AES@NAMM. Likewise, Audinate is offering free Dante certification in Hilton Anaheim.
By focusing on exciting new music, Dynaudio is giving undiscovered artists a chance to be heard. Each leaves their session with their audio files and a mix, and they are free to release the music as they see fit. Be sure to visit this unique and dynamic offering in the Grand Plaza at The 2019 NAMM Show.
And, if you would like to record, sign up for a chance to be heard.