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Top Ten News Stories This Week on API

Ahren Lester
Top Ten News Stories This Week on API

This week’s Top 10—running up to May 3rd—includes out first ever equal placed news item.

This week the 9th spot is shared by Live Nation’s hiring of stages in London’s Royal Parks for huge cost during the Olympics and—another money related story—the big names in music with big bank balances as published by the Sunday Times Rich List.

Beyond this unusual occurrence, we see the Top spot taken by the installation of EM Acoustics tech at Midas’ Kidderminster training room.

Dragging in a silver medal we see the news article which took the top spot in last week’s Top 10. Once again, Adamson’s Project Energia pulled in a remarkable number of readers with a test by C.Vilar Amplificacion.

Comfortably sitting in bronze medal place is our ever-popular Rising Stars feature, this week featuring London-based Tristan Hackney.

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Another perennially well-read topic on API (like Adamson’s Project Energia and the Rising Stars feature) is Mackie’s iPad-controlled DL1608 digital live mixer. And, unsurprisingly it makes its appearance once more this week in 7th position with a new news story regarding a test during the recent Record Store Day celebrations in Seattle.

Here is the breakdown in full:

1: EM Acoustics equips Midas training room

2: Adamson’s Project Energia put to the test by C.Vilar Amplificacion

3: Rising Stars: Tristan Hackney

4: PALME 2012: Key launches expected from loudspeaker manufacturers

5: XTA Electronics DS800 redesign to incorporate key new features

6: Sound on Sound launches iPad app

7: Mackie DL1608 tested at Record Store Day event by FOH engineers

8: Horus named Best in Show at NAB 2012

9=Live Nation to pay over a million for Olympics stages

9=Sir Paul McCartney and Simon Cowell among The Sunday Times Rich List

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