Entries in 'Live Sound' (323)
Following a promising debut earlier this year, Independent Venue Week (IVW) will return in 2015 with five times as many venues all over the UK taking part.
Ofcom has assured PMSE users they will continue to have access to enough radio spectrum in the future, even after their planned removal from the 700 MHz band.
BEIRG has expressed "disappointment and concern" at Ofcom’s announcement that it is removing PMSE users from the 700 MHz band of radio spectrum.
Midas has announced the G2.5 firmware release for the PRO Series digital live consoles and select DL15x and DL25x fixed-format I/O devices.
Yamaha has launched the RIVAGE PM10 console, which it says marks "the birth of a new era in live sound ...
Bon Iver singer Justin Vernon has been given the go-ahead to curate his own music festival in Wisconsin, organised by the production team behind Boston Calling.
We can now reveal the shortlists for the 2015 European Festival Awards.
Allen & Heath has introduced a Qu-You personal monitoring app for its new Qu-series mixers.
Culture Club's FOH engineer Jimmy Sarikas has added a Soundcraft Vi3000 console to his inventory in time for the band's upcoming tour of North America and the UK.
Michael Eavis, founder of the Glastonbury Festival has been presented with the 2014 Music Industry Trusts Award.
PreSonus CEO Jim Mack called the company's acquisition of WorxAudio Technologies earlier this year as "a logical move," and it's easy to see why.
London Speaker Hire (LSH) has opened a new 12,000-square-foot rehearsal, performance and broadcast facility for bands, musicians and production companies.
SSE Audio Group was presented with the award for Best Sound at the first ever Festival Supplier Awards last week.