As Audio Pro International continues its review of the past 12 months, our attention turns to March, as we take a close look at the key moments and highlights from the pro audio world.
The month of March saw L-Acoustics’ dV-DOSC line source array cabinets take to the road with pop legend Neil Diamond, while Pyramix digital audio workstation user David Frost, picked up numerous awards at the 2011 Grammys in LA, California.
The beginning of the month also saw the TC Group launch the new White Acoustic brand, aimed primarily at the club, bar and live entertainment sector.
Additionally, organisers of BVE (Broadcast Video Expo) confirmed a record number of visitors to the Earls Court, London event, and API took an in-depth look at the sound system installed at Westminster Abbey in the lead up to the most talked about wedding of the year.
For these stories in full, please see below.
L-Acoustics with Neil Diamond: http://www.audioprointernational.com/news/read/lacoustics-goes-down-under-with-neil-diamond/02863
David Frost at the Grammys: http://www.audioprointernational.com/news/read/pyramix-helps-david-frost-win-multiple-grammys/02869
TC Group launches White Acoustic: http://www.audioprointernational.com/news/read/tc-group-launches-white-acoustics/02872
BVE records record number of visitors: http://www.audioprointernational.com/news/read/tc-group-launches-white-acoustics/02872
Westminster Abbey installation: http://www.audioprointernational.com/news/read/a-right-royal-affair-a-look-at-westminster-abbeys-new-sound-system/02936