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Round-up includes stories on Eurovision's use of TiMax SoundHub, DHD joining the RAVENNA roster and Temple of Tune's new Nuage system.
Stories on the Eurovision Song Contest's use of TiMax SoundHub and DHD joining the RAVENNA roster are included in our Top Ten summary this week.
The Number One spot though goes to our article looking at how Shure wireless systems have been handling massive channel counts for the new UK production of classic musical 42nd Street.
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Hit West End production is using over 80 channels of wireless at Drury Lane at any one time.
Russ Long takes a closer look at this new compact 24-bit, 192 kHz USB 3.0 audio interface.
Recent update carried out by Audio Intervisual Design included enhancements to the multi-BAFTA winner's Pro Tools rigs and Harrison console.
Owner Fredo Gevaert first invested in the system in 2014 and it was such a success that he immediately started planning for the next one.
Subscribers will soon be able to experience the new film 'Okja' in the immersive sound format and Dolby Vision, with more titles on the way.
Two audio delay matrix units were supplied by Black Box Music to manage multi-zone PA level and delay alignment between Main and B-stage performance areas.
Customers can trade in any qualifying 600MHz wireless system and receive a rebate of up to $350 per channel when stepping up to select AKG wireless sets.
German broadcast audio mixer and router manufacturer is now able to provide an AoIP solution based on open standards.
Powerful sound reinforcement system was recently used for the main PA at a commemorative 50th edition of the iconic International Pop Festival.
FOH engineer John Kriek selected the system for the first time in a sing-along event that has been staged every year since Toppers formed in 2005.
Picture: The new Nuage setup at Temple of Tune in Belgium