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DPA, in partnership with its UK distributor Sound Network, will show its complete live and body worn mic offering in the first ever Audio Village at PLASA London 2014.
The NAMM Show's H.O.T. Zone will offer over 70 sessions and workshops for pro audio visitors next year – more than ever before.
Rental company Capital Sound once again provided the audio infrastructure for the Last Night of the Proms concert in London's Hyde Park.
Pioneer DJ's European general manager of marketing Mark Grotefeld has confirmed the sale of the business to private equity firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR).
Recording and mastering hub Metropolis is sponsoring the Lifetime Achievement prize at tomorrow's Pro Sound Awards at London's Ministry of Sound.
d&b audiotechnik is exhibiting in the heart of the new Audio Village area at PLASA London this year (stand D80), where it will officially launch Y-Series.
Powersoft K series amplifiers were combined with EAW KF line arrays for the recent Fairy Mountains Music Festival in Wulong Chongqing, China.
One of the biggest cinema chains in the Netherlands, JT Cinemas, has selected Alcons Audio systems for a new Dolby Atmos installation at its Kerkrade site.
Ian Hu, director of Manchester-based audio school SSR has spoken of his delight at seeing several of the college's graduates included in API's 50 Rising Stars list.
Universal Audio (UA) has introduced its new line of UAD-2 Satellite Thunderbolt DSP Accelerators, which will start shipping in October.
American folk star Ray Lamontagne's FOH and monitor engineers have been relying on Digico SD10 consoles for the singer's current tour of North America.
With less than two weeks to go until PLASA London at ExCeL, we have details of this year's educational offering.
A number of Outline loudspeaker systems were picked for the inaugural Siren festival in the small town of Vasto on Italy's Adriatic coast.
The music recording studios division of NHK, Japan's national broadcaster, is upgrading with Merging Technologies' Horus and Hapi technology.