TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on the worrying number of club closures over the past decade, and some significant PLASA Show seminar additions.
Our Top Ten round-up this week includes stories on the worrying number of club closures in the UK over the past decade, and some significant new additions to the list of speakers at the upcoming PLASA Show.
The most-read article over the last few days is a report on a recent project at London's AIR Studios that involved recording the Sid Lawrence Orchestra direct to disc.
Take a look at what else made the Top Ten this time...
Adam Savage went down to the North London facility to see this risky and demanding process in action.
Alarming figures revealed by trade body ALMR show scale of decline in country's clubbing culture.
German firm's latest digital models now present at all prayer locations around the Kaaba at Masjid al-Haram in Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
Project to restore historic facility in Alabama will start next month, and be completed by the end of the year.
Owners of Pro Tools HD/HDX/Native version 7-12 are the target of a special deal on Steinberg's new software until 30 November.
Funktion-One founder will will host a session titled 'Audio and Consciousness', while there will also be a talk on hearing preservation.
New products enable channel count expansion of SymNet DSP systems, released alongside SymNet Composer software v4.1.
Users can now reorder channels within a group with version G3.2.1, which adds a Spectrum Analyser and Loudspeaker Processor as well.
Monitor man Paul Hatt on why he's a fan of Soundcraft's new digital live sound console.
Berklee alumni and owner of Clear Lake Recording Studios in California discusses his promising career so far.
Picture: Producer Mike Valentine in discussion with the Sid Lawrence Orchestra at AIR Studios.