TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Summary includes an article on the new Space Heater mixer from Radial and a report on the audio set-up at this year's BST Festival.
Our weekly Top Ten summary includes an article on the new Space Heater from Radial Engineering and a report on the audio set-up at this year's British Summer Time (BST) Festival in Hyde Park, London.
This week's top story, however, was on engineer Ben Hammond joining the live sound and touring team at Audio-Technica UK.
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Engineer to work alongside the company as live sound and touring ambassador, championing its key products.
Eight-channel unit originally set for release last year required a circuitry redesign after anomalies with the tubes were discovered.
Brad Watts gets his hands on this passive model from a certain Finnish monitor firm – but not the one you might think.
Award-winning studio designer offers his advice on elements to consider when fine tuning a control room.
Entire MLA family picked to handle the Great Oak Stage and a number of supplementary spaces at British Summer Time in Hyde Park.
While diminutive in landmass, there is nothing small about the European powerhouse’s role in pro-audio, Matt Fellows finds.
Version 2.0 features a new user interface designed to simplify the setup and calibration process.
Speaker manufacturer, which joined forces with Danley Sound Labs in 2014, will handle the Chichester event's Big Top stage this year.
F101 and F81 speakers form the core of the new systems installed at the Iris and Caprice bar/restaurants.
Company introduces stereo and DSP variants of its popular true peak limiter, as well as an option specifically for Pro Tools HDX users.
Picture: Front of house position for the 2015 BST Festival's Great Oak Stage