TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on Yamaha, Steinberg and Harrison's collaboration, the TEC Awards nominees and iZotope Ozone 7.
Stories on Yamaha, Steinberg and Harrison's new collaboration, iZotope Ozone 7 and the NAMM TEC Awards nominees are included in our weekly news summary.
Taking the top spot this time though is an article on Chieko and Kirk Imamura's decision to place the iconic Avatar Studios building in New York City – where albums such as Born in the USA and Let's Dance were recorded – on the market.
Read on to find out what else made the list this week...
Legendary NYC facility where Madonna and David Bowie recorded seminal projects put on the market for the first time in two decades.
Studio design expert explains why his 'Null Position Ensemble' should be adhered to when arranging monitor speakers in a control room.
Trio of companies coming together to develop new solutions for 'substantially improving the workflow in the sound for film industry.'
Upgraded models revealed ahead of the release of Qu v1.8 Chrome firmware, which introduces Automatic Mic Mixing, a Spectogram tool and more.
Latest version of software part of a new Music Production Bundle consisting of five award-winning plug-ins.
Alistair McGhee picks apart the latest version of the company’s award-winning DAW to see what it has in store for users.
Are restrictive preservation orders and an over-emphasis on tradition inhibiting the prospect of further progress in this field?
Event celebrates the best in professional audio and sound production, and will take place during January's US trade show.
Plug-in for improving recorded speech is based on hardware originally conceived by Oscar-winning re-recording mixer Mike Minkler.
New option promises seamless integration into Pro Tools HDX environments for optimal loudness handling.
Picture: Avatar's Studio G for film score mixing