TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Our Top Ten summary this week includes stories on AMS Neve’s expanding education scheme and two new product reviews from KLANG and Fluid Audio.
Our Top Ten summary this week includes stories on AMS Neve’s expanding education scheme and two new product reviews from KLANG:technologies and Fluid Audio.
Also popular this week was the news that Scrub has supplied the audio kit for ENVY Advertising’s three new studios on Mortimer Street in Fitzrovia, London.
But our most read story of the week was United Recording’s announcement of a newly reimagined mastering division.
Take a look at this week’s news overview...
Studio has brought back "a key element of its heritage", but as "a reimagined service operating in today's Internet world market."
Continuing his series of recent monitor tests, Nigel Palmer unearthed a few surprises when he unboxed this new coaxial specimen.
Andy Coules has a play around with this compact device, which acts as both a Dante-enabled digital-to-analogue converter and a professional four-channel headphone amp.
A year after the launch of the initiative, another university has joined and the original partners have provided some positive feedback.
Unit has a modernised and discrete signal path utilising custom-engineered MIDAS input and output transformers, marking homage to the classic 1176LN model.
Composer talks to Colby Ramsey about his latest project, the new star-studded remake of the classic Western.
Featuring 24-bit/48 kHz digital audio, the new model (pictured) is ideal for use in theatres, film making, touring and other demanding applications.
New freeware tool is designed to help connect RAVENNA-enabled equipment to other AES67 devices.
HHB subsidiary has supplied audio kit for three new state-of-the-art studios on Mortimer Street in Fitzrovia, London.
Facility is the latest addition to the global studio network owned and operated by UMG, which also includes Abbey Road and Capitol Studios.