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Harman’s Lexicon brand has won a Technical Grammy Award, which is presented to individuals and companies that have made contributions of outstanding technical significance to the recording field.
The Welsh rockers latest arena tour was supported by Capital Sound Hire and Funky Junk who supplied a Martin Audio MLA system and Royer mics respectively.
Danish microphone manufacturer REMIC has released a new range tailored towards stringed instruments
As Long as There are Songs is the first full album to be recorded using a Meyer Sound Constellation acoustic system.
Complementing Jessie J’s Alive tour was equipment and crew which included monitor engineer Andy ‘Baggy’ Robinson, Karl ‘Snake’ Newton at front of house, and a raft of Sennheiser and Neumann products.
First launched back at AES in New York, Sony has announced that its newest PCM recorder will be making its way to Europe early next year.
On tour with OneRepublic, front of house engineer Zito has chosen to carry his Waves plugins on the DiGiCo SD5 digital console.
Adlib supported Disclosure with a control package for their latest UK tour and a sound system for their two sold-out O2 Academy Brixton performances.
Ethan Johns, Paul Epworth, Tony Visconti, and Rick Rubin are among the producers who have secured a place on the Music Producers Guild 2014 Awards shortlist.
Sony Pictures Studios has installed a new Harrison MPC5/Xrange system with MC² – 64 wide monitoring and Object++ 3D panning software to support wide-format and object-based immersive sound formats such as Dolby Atmos and Auro3D.