Read the March issue of AMI online now
In our latest issue, we take an in-depth look at the location recorder market and talk to Red TX about Woody Harrelson’s live film project 'Lost in London'.
The March 2017 issue of Audio Media International is available to read online now.
In our latest issue, we take an in-depth look at the location recorder market and talk to live broadcast specialist Red TX about providing live sound effects for Woody Harrelson’s 'Lost in London' film project.
Meanwhile, we look at how Pirate Studios is setting itself apart in the UK rehearsal studio sector and catch up with Stuart Fowkes about his global field recording and sound art project Cities and Memory, which has embarked on its largest collaboration to date.
Additionally, Alistair McGhee finds himself one of the first to review Allen & Heath’s compact C Class dLive system while Colby Ramsey delves into the Spanish live and install markets in our Geo Focus.
Also inside, Sennheiser’s Volker Schmitt tells us more about the company’s new Digital 6000 system, Andy Coules discusses Brexit’s potential impact on the live touring industry, and Nigel Palmer heads down to Scrub’s new demo facility to have a play around with Genelec’s 8430A IP studio monitors.
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