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TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles

TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Adam Savage


05 February 2016: By Adam Savage

With ISE coming up, three articles focusing on LD Systems, Audinate and Merging's show plans are included in our latest news summary.

With ISE coming up, three articles focusing on LD Systems, Audinate and Merging's show plans have made it into our weekly Top Ten news summary.

Our most-read story so far this month is a preview of the UK launch of Pro Tools Dock at BVE 2016.

See the full list below...

1. BVE 2016: Pro Tools Dock to make UK show debut

HHB will pair the control surface with the 16-fader Pro Tools S3 control surface to demonstrate 'more powerful mixing workflows.'

2. MPG AWARDS: All the winners from Wednesday night

Charlie Andrew goes from being named Breakthrough Producer in 2013 to receiving the top prize at the 2016 ceremony earlier this week.

3. Capital Sound adds d&b J-Series to touring arsenal

System purchase comes just weeks after the rental firm's investment in Outline's GTO line array technology.

4. Review: Radial Trim-Two

Designed to simplify the use of laptops in live settings, this looks like a handy gadget on paper, but what’s it like 'in the flesh?'

5. ISE 2016: LD Systems to present first Dante-integrated power amp

German brand will exhibit the new DSP 44 K amplifier, developed in cooperation with Ram Audio, at this year’s show in Amsterdam.

6. ISE 2016: Audinate celebrating Dante licensee 'landmark'

Company will introduce new product updates at the show, where attendees can use #DanteEverywhere for the chance to win prizes.

7. King Charles utilises dLive at the O2 Arena

FOH engineer Jon Lewis used Allen & Heath’s new mixing system for the band's recent gig supporting Mumford & Sons on their UK tour.

8. Studio Profile: The Laundry

Adam Savage takes a look around this new dedicated Foley facility in Essex owned by Feet First Sound's Barnaby Smyth.

9. DPA Microphones provide clarity on Clean Bandit tour

d:facto vocal mics ‘simply sounded the best’, according to the band’s monitor engineer Paul Hatt.

10. ISE 2016: Merging to mark 25th Anniversary

Claude Cellier's company to celebrate milestone by releasing a new CoreAudio driver and introducing special offers at the show.

Picture: Clean Bandit performing with DPA's d:facto microphone