TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Summary includes articles on new products from TSL, Cinela and PreSonus and the launch of our Nugen Audio competition.
Articles on new products from TSL, Cinela and PreSonus are included in our weekly Top Ten round-up, along with a piece looking at Sennheiser's involvement in one of the Victoria & Albert Museum's latest attractions.
Topping the list this week, however, is a story announcing the launch of our new competition with Nugen Audio.
Here's the rundown in full...
Mammoth bundle includes mono, stereo, 5.1 and 7.1 plug-ins, faster and real-time options, cross-platform compatibility and more.
PIANI-SPS200 comprises a SoundField Standard SPS200 microphone slotted into a Pianissimo windshield.
Report that was due to go before IoW Council this week says that the 2017 event may have to be cancelled unless costs can be cut.
Following the success of ‘David Bowie Is’, we were eager to find out what the firm had in store for the museum's new 1960s exhibition.
Former owner of CTS Landowne, co-founder of Cadac and past APRS president passed away on 28 September.
Does this high-tech windshield system have what it takes to impress Jerry Ibbotson when paired with a selection of DPA mics?
With PlayStation VR now out in the UK, we talked to Rocksteady Studios about the audio elements of the eagerly awaited launch title.
In this issue, Adam Savage visits the new Visconti studio at Kingston University while Andy Riley talks about the sound design of new immersive title Batman: Arkham VR.
Hybrid mixers can create multitrack recordings in the Capture software, then mix, edit, and distribute from the Studio One 3 Artist DAW.
Founding directors John and Heather Penn declared winners in the Business Products and Services category.