TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on what Telefunken, Cadac and Powersoft are up to at the AES show in LA.
With AES now underway in LA, there's a fair amount of show news in our Top Ten list this week, including stories on what Telefunken, Cadac and Powersoft are up to at the show.
But the article most popular with AMI readers was an item highlighting a statement from audio pioneer Dan Dugan discouraging non-licensed companies from using his name when promoting their products.
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Inventor of automatic microphone mixing technology issues statement reminding companies that unauthorised usage is "strictly prohibited."
New TouchMix-30 Pro mixer "builds on the stellar reputation of its predecessors" with an enhanced feature set.
Mono and dual models of both active FET and passive designs unveiled in Los Angeles.
New console provides all of the power and 'operational simplicity' of the CDC six, but with the addition of an expanded control surface.
Rack-mount mixers offer line-level inputs alongside the XLR mic inputs found in the older RM series models.
Matt North reacts to a recent controversial comment regarding TV and radio production, and ponders how sound work is perceived outside the industry.
Co-founder Claudio Lastrucci (pictured) introduced visitors to its new linear motor creation, along with several of its other power amplification technologies.
Event at the recently renovated facility featured a presentation and demo of the latest Pro Tools technology and S3 control surface.
ISO-L8R430s worth over $200 are being offered out to new buyers of the award-winning speakers until the end of November 2016.
First show at the MK Arena will feature “An Audience With Tony Platt and Phill Brown”, free-to-attend seminars and an exhibition area.