TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on the sound of blockbuster disaster thriller 'Everest' and Meyer Sound's first studio monitor in over 20 years.
It's Friday again, and a number of this week's stories have proved popular reads, climbing their way up our top ten.
Big stories this week include an exclusive look into the audio world of the towering disaster blockbuster Everest, as well as the sad news that Alberts, the Sydney studio most famous as the site where Australian rock legends AC/DC produced many of their albums, is to be demolished early next year.
But ruling the roost this week is the big reveal of Meyer Sound's first new studio monitor in over 20 years.
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New Amie speaker for critical production environments was developed to meet the needs of Skywalker Sound.
Sydney facility where many of the band's albums were produced being replaced with a $60 million property development project.
The Church Studios' engineer wins prize for the industry's top up-and-comer at the Pro Sound Awards.
Twickenham Studios sound man talks about the exciting start to his career, including the chance to work on Ridley Scott's 'The Martian.'
Kerstin Mischke analyses the firm's first four years in business and its main strengths as a monitor manufacturer.
Oscar winners Glenn Freemantle, Niv Adiri and Ian Tapp discuss their demanding roles behind the scenes of the new disaster thriller (pictured).
No Noise invests heavily in X8 platform, putting its new amps straight into action for a concert from one of the country's most popular artists.
New update promises signal clocking enhancements to improve performance, showcased on CDC six and eight consoles.
Gear supplied on the tour's UK leg included a comprehensive L-Acoustics system and a modified Lake Dante fibre network.
James Hannigan and John Broomhall talk favourite moments, the power of VR, and the success of this year's 'shift in focus'.