TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Articles on product news from Studiomaster, Out Board and L-Acoustics are included in our weekly round-up.
Articles on product news from Studiomaster, Out Board and L-Acoustics are included in our Top Ten summary this week, along with a piece on Halo's dubbing theatre upgrade.
Topping the list is a story on Monday's seven-figure sale of the console that was used to record hit albums from some of the world's top artists in the 1970s and early '80s.
Check out the full round-up below...
Historic Abbey Road Studios EMI TG12345 MK IV desk was estimated to sell for 'only' $700,000 before it went under the hammer earlier this week.
Project carried out by Level Acoustic Design threw up a number of challenges, including a tight timeline and difficult speaker positioning.
New loudspeakers feature Dual Dissimilar Arraying and Acoustic Aperture Technology, providing ‘improved coverage and smooth sound reproduction at an accessible price point.’
A BCM10 Mk2 console was selected for the Gatehouse (pictured) while a DFC3D is being used on the new mix stage as part of a unique Avid S6 hybrid arrangement.
digiLiVE 16RS and 16P-600 will be on show, alongside an updated version of the LIVESYS5 micro PA/powered monitor system.
Company moves to support growing demand for tightly-synchronised, low-latency immersive audio in multimedia VR content.
LA12X and LA4X amplified controllers will include built-in AVB bridge functionality, reducing the need for additional networking equipment.
Ensemble of over 70 musicians played instrumental interludes for morning news show 'All Things Considered', with the console handling the entire performance.
Re-recording mixer relied on Halo Upmix and MasterCheck Pro for the latest series of the hit Netflix show.
Stephen Bennett investigates how the digital audio workstation for producers, composers and mixing engineers has moved on since its “black-and-white glory” days.