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List includes stories on the speaker systems selected for the Metallica and RHCP tours, along with an article on the new high-end studio at the ANU.
Stories on the loudspeaker systems selected for the Metallica and Red Hot Chili Peppers tours are included in our Top Ten news summary this week, along with an article on the new high-end studio at Australia's ANU.
Heading up the list this time is a piece looking at how London-based Factory created a bespoke mix of Solomon Grey's The Rift in Dolby Atmos for a Vue Cinemas project.
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Team at the sound design facility explain how they put together an immersive soundscape for the chain's ‘This Is Not A Cinema’ initiative.
New facility equipped with AMS Neve Genesys desk is the cornerstone of ANU's vision to become the world’s leading 21st century music school.
Sean "Sully" Sullivan is keeping it K1/K2 after taking over from Dave Rat, who had manned FOH for the band since 1991.
The system, with 'Big Mick' Hughes at the helm once again, incorporates for the first time anywhere the company’s new VLFC (very low frequency control) element.
Andy Coules shares his thoughts on this versatile range of wireless systems from the American mic company.
Company's third interface to offer full Pro Tools and Native DAW compatibility via HDX and USB 3.0 was launched at the show.
The Alien: Covenant music team tell us how they compiled a pulsating score for the new sci-fi horror flick and Stephen Bennett explores studio monitor drivers.
The Ui24R – part of Harman's Connected PA – delivers flexible I/O, and can be controlled by up to ten devices via Ethernet or built-in dual-band Wi-Fi.
MWA is a longtime user of Nuendo and of Yamaha mixing consoles in its live business, so it was natural that the two technologies would come together in its latest investment.
It is the third time in four years that the company has been recognised for excellence in Pro Tools sales and support in EMEA.
Picture: The ANU's Dr Sam Bennett with Head of School Professor Ken Lampl and students. (credit: Stuart Hay, ANU).