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TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles

TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Adam Savage


29 July 2016: By Adam Savage

List includes stories on a new Dante install in Miami and how KLANG:technologies products were to put to the test at the BST festival.

Our Top Ten summary includes stories on a new Dante install at Miami's AmericanAirlines Arena and how KLANG:technologies products were to put to the test at one of the UK's biggest festivals earlier this month.

The most-read article of the week was on the arrival of Behringer's latest versatile device.

Here's the full list...

1. Behringer releases new 'studio command centre'

Manufacturer announces availability of the XENYX CONTROL2USB monitoring mixer.

2. KLANG:fabrik controls Massive Attack's monitoring

New 3D IEM system was chosen by CS Audio’s MD Paul Hatt for the group's British Summer Time gig.

3. Historic Fantasy Film Center reopens after Meyer revamp

Facility now has a state-of-the-art cinema speaker system from the firm, as well as an Avid S6 control surface in the revived mix theatre.

4. Allen & Heath expands dLive ecosystem

Company gives users more mixing options with new IP6/IP8 remote controllers and Waves V3/gigaACE audio networking cards.

5. AoIP overhaul at AmericanAirlines Arena

Home of the NBA's Miami Heat has completed an entire audio-visual upgrade utilising Audinate’s Dante networking solution.

6. DTS delivers new DTS:X tools for content professionals

Encoder and MediaPlayer allow users to create and QC DTS:X immersive audio streams for Blu-ray, Ultra HD Blu-ray and streaming media.

7. New sales and marketing director for Source Distribution

Darren Power's previous role was European director of Yamaha Music Europe’s professional music division.

8. Martin Audio teases BPM | PRO product launch

First new range to be developed under the management of Dom Harter will target the "rental, installation, DJ and artist community."

9. John Grant tours with Shure

Singer-songwriter used KSM8 and KSM9HS vocal microphones, as well as PSM900 in-ear monitors, for his recent UK concerts.

10. MPG honours Sivert Hagtvet with 2016 LIPA Prize

Accolade confirms him as the most promising student to graduate from this year’s LIPA's Sound Technology degree programme.

Picture: The KLANG:app in action at this year's BST