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TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles

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

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27 February 2015: By Adam Savage

Articles on the in-ear monitoring market and the 2015 Academy Award winners for Sound are included in our news round-up.

Articles on the in-ear monitoring market and the 2015 Academy Award winners for Sound are included in our weekly news round-up.

The most-read piece since Monday morning, though, was a story on how Powersoft equipment was used to develop the "earth-crushing" new sub bass system at the Avalon nightclub in Hollywood, California.

Check out the rest of this week's Top Ten...

1. Powersoft at the core of 'world's largest subwoofer club install'

M-Force technology chosen to create "a more powerful sound that was previously impossible to produce" at Hollywood's Avalon venue.

2. Feature: In-Ear Monitoring

Jim Evans tunes in to assess how the IEM market has moved forward recently, and what to look out for when buying a system.

3. Adlib adds Soundcraft Vi3000 pair to rental inventory

Liverpool firm expands hire stock with two of the manufacturer's latest consoles packaged with Realtime Racks.

4. Andy Coules on monitor desk placement

Sound engineer and audio educator ponders the common obstacle of difficult mix positions.

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

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

6. American Sniper, Whiplash win 2015 Sound Oscars

War epic and drumming drama come top in this year's Sound Editing and Mixing categories.

7. Rising Stars: Steve Goodison

Front of house mixer/engineer talks about his love for darker sounds and why he'd like to work with AC/DC and Snoop Dogg.

8. British Broadcast: JoeCo

AMI quizzes managing director Joe Bull on the current climate within the broadcast sector.

9. Funktion-One takes centre stage in 'Once' musical

Award-winning production returns to Canada with an F1 sound system incorporating 28 speakers.

10. Stage Electrics invests in new L-Acoustics system

Company adds ARCS Wide and Focus setup to its audio arsenal.

Picture: Hollywood's Avalon nightclub