TOP TEN: This week's most popular articles
Round-up includes stories on how FOH engineer Jason Brandt used dLive on tour with Sabrina Carpenter and American Mobile Studio’s summer of festivals with ADAM Audio’s S2V monitors.
Our Top Ten news round-up this week includes stories on how FOH engineer Jason Brandt (pictured) used Allen & Heath’s dLive system on tour with US pop up-and-comer Sabrina Carpenter and American Mobile Studio’s summer of festivals with ADAM Audio’s S2V monitors.
The news from last week about Digico’s handling of the huge channel count on Hans Zimmer’s tour remained popular going into this week, but the most-read article was our recent recording feature, in which Adam Savage investigates the extensive ‘American Epic’ restoration project.
See below to find out what else made our weekly Top Ten…
Adam Savage explores the result of a two-decade-long project to reassemble a 1920's recording system and the era's forgotten musical works.
FOH engineer Jason Brandt created his dLive show file prior to rehearsals and made use of its Virtual Sound Check feature and a recording made with Waves Tracks Live.
Colby Ramsey chats to one of the chief curators behind W Seattle's new sound suite about what it takes to put a studio in a hotel room, and where the idea came from.
Brit Row Productions supplied SD7 and SD11 consoles for the tour, which is currently making its way across the US.
Colby Ramsey discovers how this renovated facility breathes life back into a landmark originally made famous by Crosby, Stills and Nash almost 40 years ago.
Alan Branch lifts the lid on the upgraded version of the Swedish company’s hybrid mixing solution.
Mixer was used by FOH engineer Tobias Raunigk for the event, where 1000 headphones let the crowd listen to the sound of German band Adulescens.
Adam Daniel, a re-recording mixer based at Point1Post in Elstree, UK, provides his tips on working with the much talked about technology.
Producer and engineer Chris Shepard picked the S2Vs for live music broadcast, webcast, and remote recording production duties at stops including Coachella and Bonnaroo.
Combination of twotwo.5 and twotwo.6 monitors have been installed in three of the company’s production rooms to facilitate a wide variety of music and broadcast projects.