TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Summary includes stories on the coming together of Abbey Road and Australia's Studios 301 and the European launch of DTS:X at IBC.
Audio Media International's Top Ten summary this week includes stories on the coming together of Abbey Road and Australia's Studios 301 and the European launch of DTS:X at IBC.
The most-read article of the past few days, though, focused on the latest range of loudspeakers from d&b audiotechnik.
Here's our news round-up in full...
Latest V7P and V10P models are derived from the V-Series line array modules, promising a lightweight form and rigging flexibility.
Southern hemisphere's largest recording studio (pictured) will be used as the centre for Abbey Road's second Australian school.
Guests were given an exclusive first glimpse of an upcoming major product from the manufacturer.
Renowned facility founded by Peter Gabriel introduces new interactive Google Maps experience.
US audio firm DTS also announces that Lionsgate has committed to exhibit a number of its new films in the new immersive format.
Music mixer John Harris on how he put the company's SoundGrid technology and plugins to use this year.
Both brands will present new additions to their speaker ranges from a joint booth at the event in Birmingham.
Yorkshire-based Production Park, which offers 300,000 sqft of live events space, also named Headline Sponsor for the upcoming event.
Sound system comprised of equipment from both manufacturers installed at the city's new Tempest Inn.
iLive-T112 control surfaces and iDR-32 MixRacks were used on the 30-date tour of North America.