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TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles

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


22 May 2015: By Adam Savage

Round-up includes stories on the new Sound Force loudspeakers from D.A.S. Audio and AKG's DMS800 wireless system.

Stories on the new Sound Force loudspeakers from D.A.S. Audio and AKG's DMS800 wireless system are included in this week's Top Ten round-up.

A review of the SSL Live L300 console and a Studio Profile on Dublin's Windmill Lane Recording have also made our list of the most-read articles from the past few days.

Check out the full summary below...

1. Alchemea plans Studio Sale following closure

A raft of audio equipment and furniture from the recently-closed London college is going up for grabs.

2. Studio Profile: Windmill Lane Recording

Following the demolition of the original site, Matt Fellows finds that the Dublin facility remains alive and well.

3. Review: SSL Live L300

It may be a compact alternative to the L500, but has downsizing taken away any of the original’s appeal? Andy Coules investigates.

4. D.A.S. launches Sound Force loudspeakers

Series of club systems designed for dance venues where ‘exceptional sound, imposing power and impressive looks’ are key.

5. QSC rolls out Rent It Now program

Initiative allows customers to find participating dealer rental locations that rent QSC products, including mixers and loudspeakers.

6. AKG announces DMS800 availability

Digital wireless microphone system is ideal for theatre, conference, live production and tour sound applications.

7. New Allen & Heath Qu-Pac on Andy The Kid tour

Former Static-X bassist chooses company's latest digital mixer for its user-friendliness and onboard effects.

8. Robbie Williams conquers Abu Dhabi with Sennheiser

SKM5200 MkII mics with 5235-J capsules and SR2050 in-ear transmitters were used for the singer's inaugural concert in the region.

9. Adlib showcases brand partner offering in Glasgow

Rental firm held two open days at the O2 Academy, where L-Acoustics, Soundcraft, DPA and Solid State Logic were all involved.

10. Huge funding boost for 'Save Our Sounds' campaign

British Library receives £9.5m from Heritage Lottery Fund to help save the UK’s threatened archive of over 6.5 million recordings.

Picture: Windmill Lane Recording studio manager Niall McMonagle