TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
A story on the sound system for the latest David Gilmour tour and an article on the changes at Monnow Valley Studio make the list.
A story on the loudspeaker system for the latest David Gilmour tour and an article on the changes at Monnow Valley Studio in Wales are included in our Top Ten summary this week.
But the dominating piece of news over the past seven days was MUSIC's announcement that it is proposing 70 redundancies at its manufacturing and office facility in Coatbridge, Scotland, which may result in its closure.
Read on to find out what else made the list...
Parent company MUSIC plans to move production to its new manufacturing facility in Zhongshan, China.
Clearwing deployed K1/K2/KS28 (pictured) systems with LA12X amplified controllers for former Pink Floyd man’s 'Rattle That Lock' shows.
Stephen Bennett finds out whether these new models are a match for some of the big names in pro monitoring.
Producer/mixer Andrew Scheps has now relocated his vintage Neve studio to Wales after "falling in love with the rooms" there.
PDA-1000R is designed to facilitate placement in loudspeaker enclosure or equipment racks and utilises Active Integration technology.
Supplier announces exclusive distribution deal with the processing plug-in maker for the UK and Ireland.
Audio engineer Dean McCarthy talks about his work with Music Tech Fest, which aims to encourage more creative production methods.
System up for grabs comprises a set of SC203's and a TS107 Thunderstorm subwoofer with remote control.
New seven-storey building houses a WSDG-designed 7,000 sqft recording facility spread across three floors.
New service from the German firm allows users to customise their system of choice, helping them integrate loudspeakers into complex environments.