TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Review of A-T's latest headphones and a piece on the publication of a new 3D standard by the AES were both popular.
A review of Audio-Technica's latest headphones and a piece on the publication of a new 3D standard by the AES have made AMI's weekly Top Ten summary.
The most-article this week was Ben Hammond's take on the future of monitor engineering, while a story on Brit Row's work on the 2015 BRIT Awards (pictured) was also popular.
Take a look at what else made the list...
Ben Hammond asks whether some audio professionals should be concerned about more musicians taking care of their own mixes.
AES69 "represents a fundamental piece of architecture for taking personal audio to a new level of performance," the organisation says.
Passive stereo isolator provides 'ready access' volume control for on-the-fly adjustments during live shows.
A fan of the M50s, Alistair McGhee was keen to get his hands on A-T’s new M-Series flagship headphones, and was not disappointed.
Company to show off its entire range at exhibition, and see a number of its products used for live shows across Austin, Texas.
Manufacturer offering €75 rebate to anyone swapping their non-DPA headset microphone for one of the Danish firm's models.
SHOWEM's new M28 modular line array made its inaugural appearance at a Prague event hosted by the Czech car manufacturer.
Group continues global expansion, partnering with two facilities in Sydney and Byron Bay once used by Kanye West, Coldplay and U2.
Event will offer sessions covering film, games, documentary, installation, radio and composition disciplines.
This year's event at the O2 in London featured an updated PA design, including L-Acoustics K2 for down-fill.