TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
More than half of the articles in our weekly summary are NAB launch stories, due to the event taking place from Monday to Thursday.
More than half of the articles in our Top Ten summary this week are NAB product launch stories, due to the 2016 event taking place in Las Vegas from Monday to Thursday.
But that's not all you'll find in our weekly round-up – there was also a good response to Brad Watts' review of Audinate's Dante Via and a report on the new facilities at London South Bank University.
Here's the rundown in full...
All-in-one shotgun microphone and digital audio recorder (pictured) is designed for filmmakers who employ DSLR cameras as their primary capture device.
Company is calling the new control surface 'the most powerful and compact digital broadcast audio console in its class.'
Unveiled at the Las Vegas event, the A8R adds eight channels of analogue I/O and the PCIeR is a new card for Dante networks.
Brad Watts takes a look at this new software, which connects any audio application or device from the user’s computer to a Dante network.
Developed by DTS, Fairlight and the University of Salford, new SALSA solution "automatically translates pitch mics into 3D audio objects."
Latest options provide users with with 42 MHz of tuning bandwidth and offer the same features and benefits as the UHF systems.
New £4 million media complex at the London institution is home to the first Atmos/SSL-equipped recording studio in a UK university.
APRO-CLC01 enables integrators and manufacturers to use the Continuous Loudness Control processing algorithm in their pro-audio equipment.
Presented by Scrub salesman Devin Workman, the video is the latest in a series outlining the key features of the control surface.
Updates include a more modern user interface and better navigation for exploring its lineup of products for professionals and consumers.