TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Round-up includes stories on product launches from JBL, Mackie and Soundcraft and a new 'rescue plan' for London's live music venues.
Our weekly round-up this week includes stories on product launches from JBL, Mackie and Soundcraft, along with an article on new support from London Mayor Boris Johnson to protect London's live music scene from further venue closures.
The most-read story since Monday was yesterday's piece on the introduction of Abbey Road Red, the only music tech-specific incubator programme in Europe.
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Aim of new music tech incubator programme, Abbey Road Red, is to provide fledgling start-ups with a 'dynamic route to market.'
Presentation at NYC event will allow attendees to experience a 'fully immersive, spatialised, enveloping natural sound-field'.
Fresh report coinciding with Venues Day 2015 reveals how 35% of venues in the city have closed since 2007, among other findings.
2015 update 'confirms stability of the audio network interoperability standard,' according to the Media Networking Alliance.
We take a closer look at Factory Studios' expansion, including the first Atmos-certified mix room for commercials and trailers in the UK.
Control surface supplied by Scrub is being used by the facility to mix feature films and short-form commercials.
New 1,000W model promises 'clear and powerful' sound with true low-frequency extension and wireless control.
10, 12, 16-channel models are available now, while the 22-channel and Multi-Track variations are due to arrive in November.
Producer Ryan McCambridge delves into this feature-packed brassy addition to the company’s acclaimed British Modular Library.
CR4BT and CR5BT designed to bridge the gap between professional and personal applications.
Picture: Studio 5 at London's new-look Factory