TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
List includes articles on the Tom Petty Tour, Power Station New England's new Neve console and Radial's Dante devices.
Our Top Ten round-up this week includes articles on the Tom Petty Tour, Power Station New England's new Neve console and an overview of this year's Sound Emmys nominees.
Topping the list this time, however, is a story announcing the availability of Radial Engineering's DAN-TX and DAN-RX Dante devices.
See below for the full rundown...
DAN-TX and DAN-RX converters can be used to send or receive two channels of analogue audio over a digital Dante network.
Several programmes have been nominated in both Editing and Mixing categories, including Planet Earth II, Stranger Things, Sherlock and Westworld.
Alan Branch lifts the lid on the upgraded version of the Swedish company’s hybrid mixing solution, which offers more features at almost half the price of the original.
Sound Image is providing the crew as well as the system, which is comprised of Anya array and Otto subwoofer modules, along with Anna delay towers for stadium shows.
Interviews with Onnalee Blank, Timothy Kimmel and Paul Bercovitch show how the noise reduction and audio repair software has become a crucial part of their workflow.
New England-based facility has taken on the 8068 MkII console – that was originally installed at Electric Lady Studios – as part of an extensive studio expansion.
System received its debut on the world premiere of Israeli artist Yael Bartana’s ‘What if Women Ruled the World?’ at the 2017 Manchester International Festival.
New series offers Advanced DSP technology, a larger box 'for better bass' and claims 'three times the power of the competition'.
Key aspect of the partnership will see Calrec’s RP1 Remote Production unit integrated with the media transport specialist's Nimbra platform.
Company is now shipping its latest mix buss plugin developed in collaboration with Grammy-winning mix engineer Chris Lord-Alge.