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Summary includes a piece on Red Bull Music Academy's new Amadeus setup and a story studying the sound for the recent Hozier tour.
We have two reviews in our Top Ten round-up this week, along with a a piece on Red Bull Music Academy's new Amadeus setup and a story studying the sound for the recent Hozier tour.
Leading the list, however, is yesterday's article on the upcoming closure of renowned Manhattan studio The Magic Shop after 28 years in business.
Read on to find out what else made our weekly summary...
NYC facility where Bowie's last two albums were made and Foo Fighters and Lou Reed also recorded will close on 16 March.
Audio specialist displayed its EK 6042 two-channel receiver, compact AVX receiver and two digital clip-on mics.
A small, albeit armed-to-the-teeth recording studio in St. Louis celebrates its 30th birthday this year, and its owner has quite a story to tell.
RBMA Studios (pictured) has become the second Paris facility to bag a pair of the new high-end speakers.
New bundle comprising the De-click, De-hum, De-clip, and Dialogue De-noise tools is intended as an entry point into the world of the audio editing software.
After facing numerous challenges reporting on the York floods for the BBC, Jerry Ibbotson felt inspired to think up his own piece of audio kit that would excel in this environment.
An L-Acoustics K2 system was specified for all the UK shows, and for the two largest European venues, the larger K1 was supplied.
When KLANG:technologies first announced its intention to introduce 3D IEM systems to the market, it certainly turned a few heads. So, does it really work?
Compact digital mixers were used were used on all three stages at the event in New Zealand.
Nigel Palmer tries out the newest addition to the German firm's audio arsenal, the Discrete Gyrator EQ.