TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes stories on Kraftwerk's latest PMC investment, Vero's first assignment in Mexico and how dLive delivered the goods on the Led Zep Masters Tour.
Our weekly Top Ten round-up includes stories on Kraftwerk's latest PMC investment, Funktion-One Vero's first assignment in Mexico and how Clear-Com equipment was utilised for this year's Confederations Cup.
Topping the list this week though is an article outlining how Allen & Heath's dLive console coped with the high demands of the Led Zep Masters Tour, featuring a video interview with engineer Paul Joyce of production company Liz Hobbes Group.
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FOH engineer Paul Joyce explains the choice of an S Class digital mixing system for the orchestral show's recent UK run.
The electronic music legends upgraded their monitoring system for '3-D Kraftwerk Concert', a new documentary collection released at the end of May.
Company is giving fans the chance to attend one of the band's upcoming sold-out concerts in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Spain and Sweden.
To minimalise the visual impact of the system it needed to be stacked rather than flown, creating a challenge for the Loto Audio crew.
Company's 8-channel installation amplifiers were specified along with the X8 Series for the new sound system at Signal Iduna Park.
Country's national broadcaster will also use the Eclipse digital matrix system with IP-enabled V-Series intercom user panels for next year's FIFA World Cup in Russia.
The session musician and playback tech also speaks about his company Playback Systems, which regularly features RME hardware as part of its live solutions.
A Duality console was used for sessions that included Unconventional Recording Techniques in a Studio Setting, and a Q&A in the CRAS Live Sound Venue.
New setup in the two main concert halls and rehearsal spaces of the recently opened building is the first in the world to feature the company's redesigned array speakers.
Engineer and music pioneer explains how his early synth designs have inspired the new line of products – a collaboration between Dave Smith Instruments and Pioneer DJ.