TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on Luke Jenks' move to Coda and new Dante-enabled versions of Renkus-Heinz's ICONYX Gen5 and IC Live.
Our Top Ten summary this week features stories on Luke Jenks' move from Meyer Sound to Coda Audio and the new Dante-enabled versions of the ICONYX Gen5 and IC Live speakers from Renkus-Heinz.
At Number One is an article looking at the installation of new Solid State Logic desks at one of the Dutch capital's best-known gig spots.
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L500 console supplied by Audio Electronics Mattijsen will be used for FOH while an L300 handles monitors at the music venue (pictured).
With the original H4n already a long-serving weapon in his audio arsenal, Andy Coules was eager to get his hands on the new Pro model.
Recording and live equipment from Frank Zappa's home studio will also go under the hammer at Julien's Auctions next month.
Formerly of Meyer Sound, Jenks has been tasked with establishing a new HQ and building a fresh team stateside.
Facility is the latest addition to the global studio network owned and operated by UMG, which also includes Abbey Road and Capitol Studios.
Kilburn-based Institute holds event to introduce visitors to its new facilities and tell them about its coming together with Alchemea College.
New freeware tool is designed to help connect RAVENNA-enabled equipment to other AES67 devices.
Version 6.12 offers several new features to help users better manage and monitor wireless system performance over the network.
IC Series and IC Live ICL-F Series now available in -RD versions, offering Dual Redundant Dante connectivity.
New software is designed to add rich analogue tone to individual tracks or entire mixes with an easy-to-use single-knob interface.