Our weekly round-up includes stories on L-Acoustics’ first official tour using an AVB system and sound mixer Daniel Crowley’s use of DPA Microphones for recording Game of Thrones season 7 (pictured).
The news of Capital Sound’s recent additions to its console inventory was popular this week, while Alistair McGhee’s review of Sound Forge Audio Studio 12 also proved popular online. The most-read articles this week however were the news about Entec’s recent product investment and Katie Tavini’s opinion piece from the November issue of the magazine, which continues to attract a lot of attention going into its third week on the Audio Media International website.
Find out what else made out weekly Top Ten below…
Engineer Katie Tavini has been a regular speaker at Red Bull Studios’ #NormalNotNovelty sessions since its launch earlier this year. Here, she shares her views on the importance of supporting other members of the pro audio community...
The west London production rental company has invested in new products from Shure, DiGiCo and d&b audiotechnik, which will help it to meet current client demand.
Alistair McGhee reviews Audio Studio 12, the latest update to this DAW from German-based developer Magix.
Daniel Crowley used a large selection of the company's mics to record GoT season 7, with plans to use them again on the upcoming eighth and final season of the popular HBO series.
The Infinite Content tour, which will soon head to Mexico and South America in late November, also represents L-Acoustics’ first official tour using an AVB system.
UK-based live sound hire company has added a second SSL L500 and an Avid Venue S6L to its inventory in a recent purchase from pro audio specialist HD Pro Audio.
Clark joined the company as a digital R&D engineer in 1993 and has played a key role in the development of the company’s digital mixers, becoming R&D director in 2008.
Stephen Bennett tells AMI why these new offerings from Warm Audio are far from your average ‘clone-type mics'...
The overhaul represents the latest stage in a long and successful relationship between Genelec and its regional partner, Centron Slovakia.
Award-winning production sound mixer Ben Osmo has described the audio recording process behind Ridley Scott’s Alien:Covenant, explaining that the “film made unusual demands on the sound".
(Photo credit: Macall B. Polay / HBO)