TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Summary includes articles on the upgraded Darkroom studio in London and the lineup for the 2016 Dante AV Networking World at ISE.
Our summary of the ten most-read stories of the week includes articles on the upgraded Darkroom studio in London and the lineup for the 2016 Dante AV Networking World at ISE.
Topping the list this time is Monday's piece on the now-finished Katara Studios in Doha, Qatar.
Read on to find out what else made it into our weekly news round-up...
Walters-Storyk Design Group was part of a design collaboration to create a ‘world class’ recording complex in Qatar's capital (pictured).
Rock Werchter, Sziget and Lollapalooza Berlin among the live events recognised for their recent success.
Pro-audio supplier provides London facility with a host of additional equipment, including kit from Merging and Universal Audio.
Hire company moving from The Old School in Richmond – its home since 1986 – to 'the heart of the film industry', Shepperton Studios.
Users now able to have their audio files processed through a variety of vintage gear via a new partnership with Legacy Studios.
Plans are in place to revamp the iconic French facility nicknamed after Elton John's 1972 album and expand it into a centre for the arts.
Event promises to give potential users of the company's audio networking solution all the tools and information they need to get started.
The firm will present a number of innovations designed to help audio experts maintain the best quality for web-based distribution.
Company will introduce its DC6 and DC7 sets at the show, which both feature award-winning mics along with FET amplifiers and mounts.
Music Producers Guild expresses its 'sincere regret and sadness' following the pop icon's recent passing.