TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Review of Meyer's LEOPARD line array ranks highly, alongside stories on Waves' eMo D5 plugin and our Best of Show winners.
A review of Meyer Sound's new LEOPARD line array ranks highly in our Top Ten round-up this week, alongside stories on the sound system at Belgium's new Plopsaqua water park and our IBC Best of Show Award winners.
Taking the top spot this time is an opinion piece from sound engineer Paul Nicholson on why mixing at festivals is often a frustrating experience.
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Sound engineer Paul Nicholson examines the issues that he feels are holding this sector of the industry back.
Andy Coules reports back from Montreux Jazz Festival, where he had the opportunity to test the new line array system for the first time.
Device enables real time recording through a range of Universal Audio's UAD Powered Plug-ins for Windows 8.1 and 7 via USB 3.0.
Pair of on-camera microphones, digital interface and RØDELink Newsshooter Kit among the company's IBC launch highlights.
Gate, Leveler, DeEsser, Compressor and Limiter dynamics processors all included in one easy-to-use interface.
Channel Strip Collection and Studio Grand Piano the latest in a series of upgrade options designed to enhance the software.
Following the conclusion of the 2015 event yesterday, we can now reveal this year's successful entries.
Company will handle the firm's line of microphones, Reflexion Filter products and studio accessories.
Plopsaqua's main Storm Pool attraction features a Renkus-Heinz, Peavey and TiMax system driven by Ottocanali amps.
Group partners with Berlin-based Bieger Sound, London's Greystoke Studio and Grouse Lodge in Ireland.
Picture: Paul Tapper receiving Nugen Audio's 2015 IBC Best of Show Award