TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes reviews of new kit from Pop Audio and A-T, and stories on the systems chosen for Joe Bonamassa and Sting's recent gigs.
Reviews of new products from Pop Audio and Audio-Technica and stories on the sound systems chosen for recent gigs from Joe Bonamassa and Sting are included in our Top Ten round-up this week.
Number one on the list, though, is an article focusing on how Capital Sound's decision to configure six networked Powersoft X8 amp racks to drive not only the FOH system but also the monitor setup when preparing for Il Divo's latest shows in the UK and Europe (pictured).
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Robin Conway reveals how clever use of Powersoft's X Series amplifiers on the Il Divo tour has saved time, space and energy.
This new brand reckons it’s solved one of the most common problems associated with this kind of product, but does Simon Allen approve?
Alistair McGhee gets his lugs around the two higher-end models from the firm’s new range of in-ear monitors.
The technology is being used on the Coca-Cola London Eye, SEA LIFE Aquarium and Shrek's Adventure.
Post house’s Soho facilities are now home to three of the control surfaces supplied by Scrub, a division of HHB.
Schedule offers an overview of the wide array of events covering Broadcast, Recording and Production, Live Sound, Networked Audio, Sound for Picture and more.
Rental firm supplied lighting, sound, rigging and crew for the recent UK and European tour featuring the blues rock guitarist and his band.
Multi-cellular loudspeaker array was supplied by Complete Audio for a concert by the singer at the 24,000-seat venue in the Olympic Park.
New pro 24-bit USB mic can make studio-quality recordings anywhere when combined with a laptop, according to the company.
Gordy Haab joins an ‘all-star lineup’ of game audio icons, who will share their knowledge of game music and sound design at the LA event.