TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Round-up includes an interview with Tour Supply CEO Lance Wascom about its automated Playback Control system and a Profile of Aftermaster Studios Hollywood.
An interview with Tour Supply CEO Lance Wascom about its automated Playback Control system and a Profile of Aftermaster Studios Hollywood have made into our summary of the ten most-read articles on the AMI site this week.
At Number One is our story on how a range of beyerdynamic gear is being deployed on the current Depeche Mode tour.
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A range of products including digital wireless systems, antenna splitters and microphones are being used on the tour in celebration of the band's latest album Spirit.
We spoke to one of the men behind a radical new initiative that involves turning shipping containers into high-spec creative spaces.
Company CEO explains how its automated playback system that is already being used by several big-name acts claims to fill "an otherwise unoccupied industry niche.”
Colby Ramsey discovers how this renovated facility breathes life back into a landmark originally made famous by Crosby, Stills and Nash almost 40 years ago.
UK reseller says it is now able to equip its post-production customers with 'the necessary technology to offer their services in this fast-expanding market.'
Leading live sound engineer and audio system designer recently selected Sommer as the manufacturer of his new SuperCAT Lite and SuperCAT Sound cables.
New supercardioid model is reportedly the first dynamic mic to be designed, developed and made in the UK.
Studio A will house a 48 channel Legacy AXS while studio B will utilise a 32 channel automated 1608 console, both of which will be delivered in early 2018.
With the Rycote Lyre suspension system on board, VideoMic Pro+ improves on the existing capsule/line tube and windshield, along with a host of new features.
Nigel Palmer tells us how these new monitors bring a whole new meaning to the term ‘big sound from a small package’.
Picture: Depeche Mode FOH engineer Antony King