TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on a sales milestone for the Avid S6 and new installations at Abbey Road Studio Two and Berlin's Magdalena club.
Stories on a significant sales milestone for the Avid S6 and new installations at Abbey Road Studio Two and Berlin's Magdalena nightclub are included in our Top Ten round-up this week.
Topping the list this time, however, is an article on the latest developments concering the Genelec-equipped ITU-R BS.1116 listening room at the University of Surrey in Guildford.
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Institute of Sound Recording is offering access to its experimental workspace equipped with a range of reproduction systems from stereo to multi-channel.
Full-service facility in Culver City, California has had the new control surface installed in the largest of its ten re-recording stages.
New setup at Magdalena includes eight GS-WAVE stacks, plus two WAV-SUBs in front of the DJ booth and two more at the back of the room.
New 2000W, 14-channel powered mixer features a Klark Teknik FX processor and wireless-ready operation.
'The Beatles Studio' kitted out with Blue, Red and Green series cables as part of process to give it a new lounge and isolation booths.
Indie pop/rock duo explain why the console is "changing everything" during the recording of their fourth album.
We ask the pair about their collaborative approach to post-production, recent achievements and what’s next for the facility.
Features include an Audient console mic pre, a JFET instrument input, Class-A/B dual headphone outputs and 'ScrollControl' technology.
Updated model, introduced at NAMM earlier this year, promises even better audio clarity and sonic transparency than its predecessor.
New "Made for iPad" iXR device is designed to bring mobile devices into the world of professional audio.