TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on how some big names from the world of music have been investing in new audio gear, and a review of Pro Tools 12.5.
Our weekly Top Ten news summary features stories on how some big names from the world of music have been investing in new audio equipment, including Lenny Kravitz' use of Mackie DL Series mixers and Carl Cox upgrading to ADAM S3X-H monitors.
But the most-read article this week was one that brought together comments from the Independent Film & Television Alliance, Creative Industries Federation and the BPI on the potential impact of last week's historic Brexit vote.
A review of Avid Pro Tools 12.5 (pictured) and its new Cloud Collaboration tool was also popular, as the list below shows...
Responses from creative sector show how Referendum result could prove 'devastating', but why it's 'vital for all sides to work together.'
There has been much talk about the DAW’s new Cloud Collaboration feature, but does it live up to the hype? Simon Allen finds out.
Singer and guitarist's 'right-hand man' Alex Alvarez has been using DL Series systems for various applications in and out of the studio.
Models from the passive ESD and active EX ranges have been deployed throughout all primary playback areas at the Saatchi Gallery.
Internationally acclaimed producer and DJ speaks highly of his S3X-H speakers in a new video interview.
X2 line array was one of a number of sound systems used by engineer Joe Keiser for the band's recent run of concerts in North America.
Adam Savage went to the RAH to meet Tom Howat, monitor engineer for the acclaimed trance group's Acoustic tour of some of the world's most prestigious venues.
Network-enabled loudspeaker line consists of point source, line source, stage monitor and subwoofer options.
Full Circle Productions and Basscraft will provide sound systems for the California event's fourth outing.
System recently powered multi-day events at Boston Calling and BigCityBeats World Club Dome in Frankfurt.