TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on how kit from Digico, SSL and Martin Audio was used across various high-profile tours and festivals recently.
It's Friday, which means another round-up of the most-read stories this week on AMI, including articles on how kit from Digico, SSL and Martin Audio was used across various high-profile tours and festivals recently.
Our review of Steinberg's new WaveLab Pro 9 software (pictured) was also well received, as the list below shows.
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Adam Liberman from Audio Precision shows how to create a fixture for testing the most common powering system for a condenser microphone.
Alistair McGhee delves into the latest version of the audio editing and mastering software and discovers there’s a lot to take in.
New model is designed to combine the sound quality of a pro system with the convenience of a compact, column-style solution.
UK Music's annual Wish You Were Here report reveals rise in people watching live music, while oversees tourists continue to pile in.
Mickey Beck and Chris ‘Cookie’ Hoff used two SD10 digital mixing consoles along with a pair of SD-racks for FOH and monitors.
FOH engineer Chris Pollard explains why he's using the console for the band's current run of concerts, which started in May 2015.
The rig was used on the World Stage for the first time at the five-day festival – the largest deployment of the system on a single stage.
There will be another prize for best industry up-and-comer at this year's Pro Sound Awards, and now we're looking for nominations.
Spacious facility in Kettering, Northamptonshire with 420 sqft live room offers recording services, online mixing, mastering and rehearsals.
New personal reference monitors with low volume precision are designed for near field listening in a variety of recording environments.