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TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles

TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
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20 February 2015: By Adam Savage

Summary includes opinion pieces from Ian Shepherd and Ryan McCambridge, and a story on how DPA mics were used on Taken 3.

Our weekly news summary includes opinion pieces from engineers Ian Shepherd and Ryan McCambridge, as well as stories on the latest products from Behringer and Tannoy.

The most-read article of the past few days, however, is Alistair McGhee's review of Steinberg's new Cubase Pro 8 software.

See the full list here... 

1. Review: Steinberg Cubase Pro 8

Alistair McGhee trials the new audio production platform.

2. Behringer XR18 mixer now available

X AIR Series mixing solution is the first of its kind designed for use with iPad and Android tablets.

3. DPA microphones fire up dialogue on Taken 3

Sound crew concealed mics in clothing to capture 'fantastic audio that came across loud and clear in the mix'.

4. Do broadcast loudness meters matter in mixing and mastering?

Engineer and Percpetion plugin developer Ian Shepherd explains why more audio professionals need to pay attention to the new standards and regulations.

5. Ryan McCambridge: Why I mix 'in the box'

Audio engineer, producer and educator tells us why he has embraced the digital way of working.

6. Tannoy unveils THL-1 tunnel loudspeaker

New speaker is designed to take the company's horn heritage into a whole new area of application.

7. d&b announces UK Y-Series demo event

Visitors to the Embassy Theatre in London on 25 March will get the opportunity to learn more about the new range of loudspeakers.

8. Nexo selects satis-fy as German distributor

French firm's new supplier has already invested heavily in the manufacturer's STM and GEO M6 lines.

9. ISE 2015: Show smashes attendance record

"Just under 60,000" visitors travelled to Amsterdam for the event, which will expand to four days next year.

10. Sennheiser rolls out D1 wireless competition

Company is looking to find the ultimate cover version of Chesney Hawkes' 'The One and Only', with a number of prizes on offer.