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TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles

TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Adam Savage

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18 November 2016: By Adam Savage

Summary includes articles on new plugins from Nugen and Waves, as well as a feature on Snoop Dogg's Mothership studio.

Our weekly Top Ten summary includes articles on new plugins from Nugen and Waves, as well as a feature on Snoop Dogg's Mothership studio.

It comes as no surprise, though, that Monday's Harman acquisition story received the most hits this week.

Here's the full rundown...

1. Samsung to acquire Harman for $8 billion

Harman will become standalone Samsung subsidiary, retaining its current HQ, facilities and workforce under the leadership of Dinesh Paliwal once deal completes in mid-2017.

2. Sennheiser launches Digital 6000 series

Comprising a two-channel receiver, a bodypack and handheld transmitter as well as a rack-mount charging unit, the new radio mic range will be available from March.

3. Studio Profile: Snoop Dogg's Beach City Music complex

Following the completion of three new studios at the facility, those responsible for the install tell Colby Ramsey how the new upgrade is driving the megastar’s vision forward.

4. Ex-Avid salesmen set up new online audio console marketplace

Founded by Ben Nemes and Tim Hurrell, Resurface serves to connect buyers and sellers around the world.

5. Review: Focusrite Clarett OctoPre

Simon Allen on how he thinks this new eight-channel mic pre with A-D/D-A conversion compares with the mkI and mkII models.

6. Audinate reveals Dante Analog Output Module

New product is a complete, small-form-factor PCB that allows for rapid development of Dante-to-analogue endpoints.

7. Waves Abbey Road Vinyl Plugin now available

Created in collaboration with the iconic London studios, the software is designed to capture every stage of the vinyl production and playback process.

8. Nugen introduces MasterCheck Pro

Plugin lets producers hear and visualise the playout encoding and loudness matching techniques used by music streaming service providers.

9. BT becomes first UK broadcaster to offer Dolby Atmos sound

The firm is transforming its YouView service and making the technology available to BT Sport Ultra HD customers in January.

10. MPG announces 2017 Awards shortlist

Tony Visconti, Josh Homme, Fraser T. Smith and Nigel Godrich are among the high-profile finalists this time.