TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
A feature on Festival Sound and an article on how dialogue was recorded for 'Mad Max: Fury Road' lead the list.
A feature on Festival Sound was popular on the Audio Media International site this week, along with stories on three new Funktion-One installations and the sale of Sync Sound's Digital Cinema facility.
But by far the most-read article of the past few days was an article detailing Ben Osmo's deployment of DPA microphones when filming the critically acclaimed action flick Mad Max: Fury Road.
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How production sound mixer Ben Osmo used d:screet mini mics to record dialogue during the various noisy, frantic action scenes.
The festival circuit remains a vital revenue generator for audio firms, but is hardly free of challenges, as David Davies discovers.
Device 'makes it easy to create exceptional stereo imaging’ when combining a stereo microphone with a second middle mic.
FOH engineer using a Vi3000 console for the group's UK and European dates and a Vi6 for the Australian leg of their current tour.
Chief mastering engineer at The Lodge discusses her use of Universal Audio's award-winning software tools.
Centre founded by Bill Marino and Ken Hahn is home to New York City's largest feature mixing stage.
New headphones promise clean sound reproduction and ultimate comfort, but what does Jerry Ibbotson think?
Cielo and Output in New York, Beta in Denver and Berghain in Berlin have all installed sound systems from the British manufacturer.
BAFTA and NFTS Sound Design Award winner talks education and experience, his admiration for Ren Klyce and his successful last few years.
Manufacturer has shifted more than 400 of its latest units in just 11 months, meaning it's already catching up with its 'father', Horus.
Picture: The 4x4 vehicle used by Australian production sound mixer Ben Osmo to record dialogue for Mad Max: Fury Road.