• Filmmaking: <I>Da Yie</I>
    Filmmaking: Da Yie

    Anthony Nti’s Da Yie shares a story of two African children who, unknowingly, are on their way to being abducted. The African film has been accepted into more than 140 film festivals and is now shortl ...

    February 23, 2021

  • Filmmaking: <I>White Eye</I>
    Filmmaking: White Eye

    Director Tomer Shushan's White Eye has been shortlisted for the 2021 Academy Awards in the Live Action Short Film category. The 20-minute Israeli production shows the harsh realities of undocumented i ...

    February 22, 2021

  • Filmmaking: Goldcrest Post completes <I>The Forty-Year-Old Version</I>
    Filmmaking: Goldcrest Post completes The Forty-Year-Old Version

    NEW YORK CITY — Now streaming on Netflix, writer/director Radha Blank’s debut feature The Forty-Year-Old Version is the semi-autobiographical tale of a struggling black playwright who, pressured by he ...

    February 10, 2021

  • Review: ioSafe Duo

    The ioSafe Duo is a hard drive/SSD unit for two disks that can be set up in RAID 0, 1, JBOD or SPAN configurations. As with all ioSafe digital storage equipment, the unit is fireproof, waterproof and ...

    April 9, 2020

  • Review: DPA's 4017 & 4018 microphones

    When I mention a shotgun microphone, many of you will spontaneously think of a Sennheiser MKH 416 or perhaps a Schoeps CMIT 5. Judging from what I find when googling, not many would think of DPA Micro ...

    December 12, 2019

  • Review: Sonicware's ELZ_1 synthesizer

    In an age of virtual software synthesizers, there seems to be a constant, never-ending stream of new plug-ins, updates, and releases. Some virtual instruments try to break new ground, while others try ...

    October 7, 2019