Genelec – Over Four Decades In Search of The Most Truthful Sound
More than 40 years ago, in spring 1976, Juhani Borenius, an acoustician at the Finnish Broadcast Company YLE, asked Ilpo Martikainen and Topi Partanen if they could design and produce a reliable, hig... Read more
The Sweeter Spot
With stereo comes the concept of the sweet spot. Wikipedia defines it as “a term used by audiophiles and recording engineers to describe the focal point between two speakers, where an individual is... Read more
New medical studies conclude that we have been too optimistic about the amount of sound exposure it takes for a hearing injury to occur. ... Read more
It’s not right. It’s not even wrong. Why scientific foundation matters.
We believe that the emotional engagement between a brand and its users must always be based on facts related to the products or services offered.... Read more
Embedded Sustainability – in search of excellence with less
At Genelec, we have always possessed a holistic attitude to our work, searching for new innovations which create more value for users, but which cost less in terms of resources.... Read more
Immersive monitoring: A perceptive perspective
Hearing the world around us is so natural that we often only notice its importance once we lose the ability.... Read more
Tomorrow’s Solutions, Today
In the second of our series of blogs on Immersive Audio, we drill down into some of the technicalities of working in immersive – and show how Genelec is helping audio professionals embrace this new... Read more
Immersive Audio: The Next Big Thing?
In the first of a series of blogs on Immersive Audio, we examine what opportunities this exciting technology brings to the broadcasting industry. The broadcast industry has been experiencing a treme... Read more
Digitalization goes mainstream. Is the audio industry an exception?
After more than a decade, digitalization is now becoming the mainstream for audio monitoring too. In 2016, we revealed the first IP monitor based entirely on digital technology. There might still be ... Read more