Sennheiser will reveal its brand new entry-level XS Wireless Digital radio mics at the BSC Expo in London on 1-2 February.

Buy an Olympus LS-P1, LS-P2 or LS-12 high-resolution audio recorder and you'll get a free license for Steinberg’s WaveLab LE audio editing software. And if you buy a multi-track recorder LS-100 you will gain a free download license for Steinberg’s Cubase LE music production software.

The Steinberg professional-level audio software offers a suite of editing tools that are ideal for producing sounding recordings, for anything from a podcast to music tracks. The software’s easy workflow is matched by a huge range of professional quality, yet intuitive features. For example, WaveLab LE includes a podcast tool that is a one-stop application for editing and online publication while Cubase LE supports up to 16 audio tracks and comes with 18 pre-installed effects plug-ins.

The instruction with the download link and license code is bundled with every marked recorder. 

The Olympus LS-Series of high-end audio recorders are a perfect complement to the Olympus OM-D Series of digital mirrorless cameras, such as the E-M1 Mark II and E-M10 Mark III models.

Saramonic has made the leap into wireless audio at a very affordable price compared to its big-name rivals. With a whole range of options to suit most DSLR and camcorders, the new kit is ideal for filmmakers on a budget. The official information says: 

The most popular mic for DSLR and mirrorless cameras has been upgraded as Rode has launched the VideoMic Pro+. It now can be used with a lithium battery, has Digital Switching for clearer sound and lots more upgrades. It will cost £289. The official information says: 

Software experts Magix have released Sound Forge Pro Mac 3 audio software and revealed new versions of Audio Studio and Pro versions, with a promise that a whole sweep of upgrades will come in the next 12 months. The official information says: 

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