TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Summary includes stories on personnel changes at Metropolis and QSC and Freedman Electronics Group's acquisition of SoundField.
Stories on personnel changes at both Metropolis and QSC are included in AMI's Top Ten round-up this week, but the most-read article since Monday focused on Freedman Electronics Group's acquisition of SoundField.
Our interview with Ellie Goulding engineer Joe Kearns and review of the new KSM8 dual-diaphragm vocal mic from Shure also did well.
Read on for the rest of our weekly summary...
Freedman Electronics Group, which also owns Event Electronics and Aphex, has bought the surround sound recording specialist from TSL.
Entry-level version of the award-winning mastering software now available.
The term ‘revolutionary’ is overused these days, but you could perhaps forgive this manufacturer for using the word to define its new flagship mic, as Andy Coules discovers.
Wahba spends most of his time working with local artists at his personal recording, mixing and mastering studio in Ashkelon, Israel.
Former Universal Music Group International (UMGI) boss joins the board of the London-based firm with immediate effect.
Role changes include Anna Csontos to VP, chief of staff; Perry Celia to senior director, domestic sales and Arnie Marx to senior director, software development.
System at the University of Phoenix Stadium consists primarily of flown K2 arrays permanently installed in July by AV systems integrator Pro Sound & Video.
Italian speaker maker the latest to implement the company’s IPAL technology in its products.
Colby Ramsey speaks to the ex-British Grove Studios, now freelance producer/engineer about his vocal work with Ellie Goulding and gear choices.
Upcoming panel session will cover the skills necessary for each step of the recording process, and how technology has blurred these elements.