TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes responses to the Fabric news, NAMM's TEC Award nominees and a review of Tegeler's Creme compressor.
This week's Top Ten round-up includes industry responses on Fabric closing, a NAMM TEC Award nominees announcement and a review of Tegeler's Creme compressor.
The most-read article of the past seven days is a new piece from audio engineer David Bowles on how recording processes – and the skills required to master them – have developed since the industry's 'golden age'.
Time to find out what else made the list this time...
Although modern kit continues to help simplify the role of the recording professional, there will always be challenges to overcome, as David Bowles explains.
Crowdfunding campaign for 'most comprehensive microphone modelling solution available to date' hit 789% of its target.
Dave Parry and Out Board's Dave Haydon – both involved in the design of the venue's sound system – react to the recent news.
Ceremony to be held during the annual trade show on Saturday 21 January, with voting starting in November.
Product range has been developed as a new brand of I/O devices for live sound that license and leverage infrastructure from SoundGrid.
The system was used to blast out club music at the festival's Jupiler ‘House of The Bull’ Stage for the third year in a row.
New features introduced in version 1.1 include support for multichannel audio applications and ASIO devices.
Loudspeaker system was used in combination with ViRAY on the Waldbuhne stage, attracting "positive feedback from every quarter."
Wes Maebe gets his hands on this tasty new tool from the German company (pictured), which offers a combination of a Pultec-style EQ and bus compressor.
Live sound engineer left SSR after touring with The Prodigy last year, proving his worth as a full-time crew member and also stepping in as FOH engineer for Public Enemy.