TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on L-Group's acquisition of Camco, SSE updating its Midas inventory and a classic mobile studio going on the market.
Stories on L-Group's acquisition of Camco, SSE updating its Midas inventory and RME's new MADIface Pro are included in AMI's weekly Top Ten round-up.
Topping the list this time, however, is an article on the availability of a classic Jack Crymes-designed mobile studio that was formerly one of Record Plant's location recording fleet.
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Estimated value of the mobile studio's classic API console and individual equipment components (pictured) is over $400,000.
White Mark's David Bell voices his concern about the number of new media centre builds that he and other experts say are not meeting required standards.
Stephen Bennett tries out this new ‘virtual mixing assistant’ to see whether it really is as useful as it first sounds.
Association's Sound Fellowship Academy paid tribute to its late president in London last week, where a host of industry professionals shared their stories.
Manufacturer of amplified controllers, DSP and audio network solutions will maintain its full team and headquarters in Germany.
This month we find out what it's like working with the Wachowskis on set, and speak to those responsible for setting up Snoop Dogg's new studio complex.
Netherlands-based facility opts for an analogue AMS Neve Genesys Black console to combine with its existing Pyramix DAW.
Four of the hire firm's consoles – three PRO9s and a PRO6 – have been given the update, which includes the Neutron System Engine.
MixPad tool provides comprehensive remote control of the live mix, while the OneMix application offers a new personal monitoring solution.
New interface retains the design aesthetics of the Babyface Pro with its integrated XLR and analogue I/O, but replaces the ADAT I/O with a MADI port.