TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Round-up includes Stephen Bennett's take on the DAW market and a story on the system currently touring with Foo Fighters.
Our weekly Top Ten round-up includes a piece on how DPA mics were deployed during the Women's World Cup and a story on the choice of L-Acoustics loudspeakers for Foo Fighters' tour of North America.
The most-read article of the week was Stephen Bennett's overview of the ultra-competitive digital audio workstation (DAW) market.
Here's the list in full...
Stephen Bennett examines how software manufacturers are carving a niche for themselves in this increasingly crowded market.
K1/K2 system selected for the band's North American tour, which is now underway following Dave Grohl's leg break last month.
Classical reworking of The Who's 1973 album utilised two iDR10 MixRacks with an iLive-112 control surface at FOH position.
Console installed in the Nashville's facility's control room provides signal routing, loudspeaker control, live mixing and more.
Latest edition examines the world of interface protocols, direct-to-disc recording and the new GLD-80 Chrome Edition from Allen & Heath.
Wildlife sound specialist and engineer offers his tips for picking portable, handheld and field recording gear.
XY Series system brought in to meet the demands of the Belgian venue's 75-seat restaurant and 38-capacity mezzanine bar.
Work on 4000 sqft facility in Miami, Florida for producers Nate ‘Danja’ Hills and Marcella Araica has taken four years to complete.
Proaudio Consulting provides 1238CF, 8250A and 7270A speakers for the facility, which had to be set up in just ten days.
d:fine Headset Microphones picked to capture the sound for broadcasts from the field and remote studios.
Picture: Steinberg's Cubase Pro 8