TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on White Light's Rugby World Cup role and plans for a unique mobile mastering service in Bristol.
Our Top Ten round-up this week includes stories on White Light's role in the Rugby World Cup and engineer Henry Bainbridge's plans for a unique mobile mastering service in Bristol, UK.
The most-read piece on the AMI site since Monday, however, is our Rising Stars interview with engineer, producer, musician, DJ and studio owner Tom Frampton.
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A studio owner at 24, the engineer discusses his gear preferences and past work for the likes of David Guetta and Steve Aoki.
Studiospares' Joel Elwar explains the benefits of tube preamps, and runs through his recommendations.
Bristol engineer Henry Bainbridge crowdfunding new mobile service that can be installed in low-cost spaces, but offer 'top quality results.'
Modular control surface features 18 touch-sensitive motorised faders, offering control of all mixer features for up to 32 channels.
Latest treatment products from the company are designed to control primary reflections, flutter echo and excessive bass.
Stephen Bennett explains why this new update should be considered an “essential upgrade” for fans of the digital audio workstation.
Company deploying around 100 speakers and 50 channels of amplification at the tournament's largest on-site hospitality structure.
London and Manchester-based post facilities planning to improve service through shared resources and regional freedom for clients.
New post house partnership will enable the studios to "fill a void created by changes in the sound finishing world this past year."
Firm will divide representation in the region into two channels, each handled by Exhibo and EKO Music Group.
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