TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on the University of Westminster's new high-end studio complex and Amadeus' new Philharmonia speakers.
Another Friday, another top ten, rounding up the most read articles this week.
The list includes a feature on the London's Metropolis Studios, where we investigate the secrets to the facility's enduring success as it hits its 25th year in business. Sennheiser unveiled 'the best headphones in the world' valued €50,000, and Amadeus announced the availability of its new Philharmonia speakers, co-designed by famous architect Jean Nouvel.
But this week's most popular story is Adam Savage's piece on the new studio facility installed at University of Westminster's Harrow Campus.
Why the institution can now rightfully claim to have "one of the finest audio recording facilities to be found at any university in the world.”
New high-end speakers co-designed by world-renowned architect Jean Nouvel are aimed at both the pro-audio and hi-fi markets.
Designed to combine an analogue workflow with digital flexibility at an affordable price point, does this new desk tick all the boxes?
What are the secrets behind the London facility's endurance when others of its kind are struggling? Matt Fellows went along to find out.
'The best headphones in the world' feature a marble housing, chrome-plated hardware and a combined tube/transistor amplifier design.
Manufacturer adds trio of analogue mini mixers, each featuring two-band EQ, smooth travel faders and channel monitoring.
Designed as a useful tool for when combining low output microphones with regular preamps, the McBoost is now shipping.
New model designed as an affordable solution to stereo set-ups when used in combination with KH 120 or KH 310 loudspeakers.
A feature on the uptake of networked audio gear and reviews of the latest products from Soundcraft and McDSP included in new edition.
Grammy award-winning musician specified a custom configuration of the 48-channel console for his personal studio.
Image: Metropolis' Studio E