TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Round-up includes reports on the major developments at PLASA and the impressive new facilities at Northbrook College.
Reports on the major developments at PLASA and the impressive new facilities at Northbrook College are among the most-read articles on the AMI website this week.
Topping the list this time, though, is a story alerting the industry to a vast array of audio and personal kit stolen from UK rock band Young Guns and their FOH engineer Ben Hammond a week ago.
Here's the rest of our weekly news summary...
Wireless mics, headphones, laptops and even passports snatched from the group and their engineer Ben Hammond in Leeds last Friday.
Multimillion pound college redevelopment includes the largest network of Focusrite Rednet audio interfaces in the country.
Governing Body chair on the cost-cutting measures it hopes will solve its 'critical cash flow problem', its future plans and more.
Designed for ‘build your own’ enthusiasts, Beta is a 'blank canvas' upon which users can experiment with audio processing ideas.
Marcel van Limbeek relied on the limiter for a studio recording of the singer's music for 'The Light Princess'.
Personal monitoring solution streamlines operation, allowing the studio to place monitor mixing directly in the hands of clients.
Button-hole accessory enables the microphone to be placed ‘virtually anywhere without being seen’.
Jake Young joins the company as marketing manager, having previously held key roles at Miloco Studios and NewBay Media.
Rat Sound brand and 3D in-ear monitoring specialist now available through the Shepperton-based company.
4.5 and 6.5-inch driver models boast an expanded frequency range and 'the widest stereo field in their class'.
Picture: PLASA 2015 was the last to take place at London's ExCeL