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PSNEurope March 2016 digital edition now available

Erica Basnicki 2 March 2016
PSNEurope March 2016 digital edition now available

The March 2016 issue of PSNEurope is now available to read online.

Flip to the contents page of March’s issue, and you’ll see a lot of exclamation marks guiding you to such enthusiasm-inducing articles as Marc Maes’ report on the not-stupid building of one of Belgium’s biggest recording facilities, DAFT,  the ongoing debate between analogue and digital consoles and a report from David Davies on North London venue the Roundhouse’s recent run of gigs…wait for it…in the round.

Stories with more prim punctuation include the sound of ski resorts, a report by Kevin Hilton on Tribeca-bound The Turning Forest‘s 3D binaural soundtrack, and our cover feature on d&b audiotechnik’s new V7P point source array loudspeaker system time warping across the UK with Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show.

From the vocal channel, Dave Wiggins may or may not get your grawlixes going as he tackles women in audio in Girls allowed, while Wes Maebe mulls over monitoring from FOH.

It’s an (interro)banger of an issue…

Read the magazine, or download it as a PDF, using the links below.

issuu.com/newbayeurope/docs/psne_march_2016_digital

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