Genelec introduces the SE™ (Small Environments) DSP Monitoring System, designed to solve many of the acoustic problems associated with small recording and mixing environments. The SE™ DSP Monitoring System offers Genelec’s outstanding quality of performance in an affordable and easy-to-use package and is ideal for mobile vans, digital audio workstations, broadcast and TV control rooms, multimedia and surround system as well as home studios.
Genelec, pioneer of active monitoring systems, has got in on the act after Simon Ellis, Musical Director of the upcoming Spice Girls tour, who took delivery of a Genelec 8250A & 7070A subwoofer and GLM software for on stage monitoring during the extensive rehearsal program leading up to the long-awaited Spice Girls reunion tour.
This DSP monitoring system is especially useful as it can assure consistent results at the many different venues they will be going to.
Genelec Oy, pioneers of active monitoring technology, was asked by legendary rocker Brian May to provide the ultimate listening experience for the launch of the double DVD Queen Rock Montreal. The DVD set features a stunningly restored and enhanced live recording of Queen’s 1981 sell-out show at the 18,000 seater Forum.
Situated in one of the world’s most beautiful and peaceful regions Télévision Suisse Romande (TSR) is Switzerland’s National Public Broadcaster for the French speaking community. In 2005 the TSR tower went through a total, multi-year, asbestos-related tower overhaul as well as an entire update of the complex technological infrastructure to prepare TSR for full tape-less operation.
Genelec was proud to receive this years TEC Award for outstanding achievement in professional audio product design in the category 'Studio Monitor Technology' for its 8200/7200 DSP Series products.
The new GLM™ software release 1.1.2, incorporating full AutoCal™ functionality, is now available for both Windows XP as well as Mac OS X operating systems.
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It was the enthusiasm for sound and electronics of two young students, Mr. Ilpo Martikainen and Mr. Topi Partanen, some 40 years ago, which later made them become founders of Genelec.
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"A new speaker model from Genelec is a rare thing. The Finnish company takes great care with its product design and the manner in which it brings them to market (…) the new Genelecs are a big step into the future by the Finnish maestros and I think they’ve come up with a very impressive package that’s got bucketloads of selling points."
- Audio Technology Magazine, Australia.
Hilversum, a name etched on the tuning dial of radio sets from the earliest days of broadcasting, is a town 25 km east of Amsterdam, on the first sizeable piece of land above sea level. Still a major broadcasting centre for the Netherlands, the local Media Park has, since late 2006, been dominated by a new building, a large rectangular structure of coloured glass. This is the Netherlands Institute of Sound & Vision.
The Genelec DSP loudspeaker systems featuring GLM™ and AutoCal™ are now ready to fulfil all needs of the Mac user community as the new GLM™ software release 1.1.1, available from 14th of May 2007, incorporates full AutoCal™ functionality for both Windows XP as well as Mac OS X.
On 1st of May 2007 – Genelec launched its new Professional Monitoring websites. A new fully featured navigation structure was launched together with a new fresh and modern visual identity and appearance - Warm welcome on-line!
Leading Manhattan post production facility Pow! Pix chooses the 8200 DSP Series Bi-Amplified Active Monitors and 7200 DSP Subwoofer to set up multiple perfectly calibrated sweet spots in its new surround mix suite.
Genelec, the pre-eminent manufacturer of active monitoring technology, is to provide all the speaker systems for this year’s prestigious Eurovision Song Contest, which is expected to be watched by an audience of 150 million.
During this year’s Musikmesse Frankfurt, the German PPV Media Group – Soundcheck, Keys, DrumHeads and Tastenwelt – revealed their 2007 Readers Awards. Genelec is very proud to announce that the readers of ‘Keys’ magazine nominated, in the category ‘Best near-field monitor’, the Genelec 8240A.
Fraser T Smith, musician, composer, producer and re-mixer, chose to upgrade his monitoring with a pair of Genelec 8240A DSP monitors and subwoofer.
At the 49th Annual GRAMMY® Awards Show, telecast on CBS from LA’s Staples Center on the evening of Sunday February 11th, XM Productions/Effanel Music implemented Genelec 8200 Series DSP Monitoring Systems.
Genelec launches a range of high quality active speaker system accessories designed to give ultimate flexibility in the planning and design of home theatres, pro studios and AV houses. The products in the range, manufactured in partnership with top-of-the-range accessory manufacturers K&M, Germany, also streamline the installation process.