Audio Media International's first weekly news round-up shows that this year's NAMM launches are still getting plenty of attention from you readers.
Stories on the Midas M32R and M32C and Pro Tools remain popular, while our Live Focus feature on the Funktion-One-equipped Hydra warehouse parties in East London was shared around a lot this week.
Here's the full Top Ten list...
Awards recognise excellence in sound technology and creativity, with DPA and Meyer among the winners.
Australian firm reveals RØDELink alongside two NTG4 shotgun microphones and the NTR ribbon mic.
iX Series of portable units and iNSPIRE Series column speakers unveiled.
New version offers flexible licensing options and allows users to work together closely via Cloud Collaboration.
Company unveils M32R and M32C mixers, as well as the DL32 stage box, at this week's US show.
German mic maker and digital audio conversion specialist reveal new collaboration.
Adam Savage speaks to audio supplier Sound Services about the increasingly successful series of club nights.
Rental company's purchase comprises 30 K2 and 28 SB28 subs alongside other key equipment.
Job involved recording 200 singers at one of London's busiest landmarks for a new advert in just 90 minutes.
Nine mc²56 consoles in use during this year's international sporting event.
Picture: Bassist Nathan East receiving his Hall of Fame TEC Award (credit: Getty Images for NAMM)