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TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles

TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Adam Savage


13 February 2015: By Adam Savage

Round-up includes stories on the BAFTA winners, the continued expansion of Miloco in the USA and a new recruit for Audiologic.

Stories on the Best Sound BAFTA winners, the continued expansion of Miloco in the USA and a new recruit for Audiologic have made into our Top Ten news round-up this week.

Leading the list is an article on how the 2015 Grammys live broadcast was mixed...

1. Broadcasting the Grammys with Music Mix Mobile

Will Strauss examines the unorthodox DAW-based approach to broadcasting this year's awards.

2. Stephen Fraser named new PreSonus CEO

Former Behringer Group COO picked to replace Jim Mack, founder and former CSO Jim Odom now president.

3. Read the February issue of Audio Media International online now

Latest edition offers a Feature on the in-ear monitoring market and reviews of the latest products from Steinberg, QSC, DPA, Neve and Apogee.

4. Whiplash team takes BAFTA for Best Sound

Ben Wilkins, Thomas Curley and Craig Mann add British Academy Film Award to their prize collection.

5. Studio Spotlight: Strongroom

We find out why 2015 is already turning out to be a big year for the London-based facility.

6. PMC joins Auro Technologies for live demo at pre-Grammys event

British manufacturer demonstrated its loudspeaker range in tandem with Auro 3D tech at the annual LA party.

7. Decoding the sound of The Imitation Game

Adam Savage speaks to the Boom Post team about their work on the BAFTA-nominated film.

8. ISE 2015: Yamaha launches new low profile ceiling loudspeakers

New models feature a 20W 3.5in driver and 40W 4.5in driver, and are designed for speed of installation.

9. Ocean Way, Clear Lake Recording join Miloco Group

Nashville and LA facilities added to the company's growing portfolio of Stateside studios.

10. Audiologic hires technical support specialist

Yavor Yanakiev joins the company from a background in audio/AV design, installation and commissioning.

Picture: Music Mix Mobile's chief engineer and co-founder Joel Singer