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Behringer has launched an international video contest entitled ‘The Next Level’ that will offer up one of the company’s X32 digital mixers as its star prize.
With the doors of London’s Earls Court closing for the final time on the PLASA show before its move across the city to the ExCeL Centre, Audio Pro International hereby ...
Black Eyed Peas star and seven-time Grammy Award winner will.i.am has today been announced as a keynote speaker for the IBC 2012 show in Amsterdam.
Audio-Technica has announced the launch of its search for Music Reviewer of 2012, following the company’s recent study into the consumption of music in the UK.
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Social media giant, Facebook, has introduced a “Listen” button to its artist pages which allows users to listen to songs by the artist immediately.
Those frequent visitors of Audio Pro International’s Facebook page will no doubt be aware that yesterday our Facebook page received a noteworthy facelift. The now largely ubiquitous Timeline design has ...
Looking for the latest news and information on next week’s Prolight + Sound 2012 show? Well look no further than API’s PL+S 2012 tag, featuring the very latest announcements and ...
Jägermeister has announced that its next Ice Cold studio session is to take place at London’s Strongroom Studios on January 17th, and is set to feature British heavy metal band ...
Grammy Award-winning producer and chairman of The Music Producers Guild Steve Levine, is the latest figure to feature in the Audio-Technica’s video interview series.
As a platform for musicians to share their music, Facebook is now offering artists the opportunity to reach a wider audience with its ‘Subscribe’ function, Mashable has reported.