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TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles

TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles

Summary includes a review of Sennheiser's ew D1 system and Jerry Ibbotson's article on recording equipment for reporters.

Our weekly online summary includes a review of Sennheiser's ew D1 system and stories on the new H-Reverb plugin from Waves and Warehouse Sound's 35th anniversary.

Also popular this week was an article on recording equipment for reporters and an overview of the recent 138th AES Convention in Warsaw, Poland.

Here's the full list...

1. Behringer X32 mixers receive new pricing for 3rd birthday

Console line to see a US MAP reduction to celebrate the range's three-year anniversary.

2. Read the May issue of Audio Media International online now

New edition includes a feature on immersive audio and an interview with sound design legend Frank Serafine.

3. Review: Sennheiser ew D1

When a new product carries the Evolution label it has “a lot to live up to," our reviewer Alistair McGhee says. So is this new wireless system worthy of the title?

4. Warehouse Sound celebrates 35 years, names new MD

Derek Blair becomes sole owner and managing director following a multi-million pound buyout.

5. AES Warsaw: The main highlights

Mel Lambert provides a summary of the sessions on offer at last week's show.

6. Waves Audio begins shipping H-Reverb plugin

New plugin utilises algorithmic Finite Impulse Response technology to deliver 'richer, deeper reverb tails'.

7. APRS to present wax cylinder recording workshop

Upcoming event at the Royal College of Music titled 'Before there were microphones' will explore studio techniques from the early 20th Century.

8. DPA mics excel at Chicago house of worship

Church chooses d:screet necklace mic, d:fine 66, d:fine 4066 and d:screet 4061 miniature models to more easily mic pastors.

9. What's next for newsgathering gear?

How smartphones are now an increasingly popular choice for radio news recording, and why manufacturers need to catch up.

10. Merging brings RAVENNA into the home with NADAC

Network Attached Digital to Analog Converter is the first device to offer networking via the open technology standard to consumers.