Top 10: this week’s most popular articles7 July 2017
Our new top 10 article round-up list features the most read stories on Pro Sound News Europe in the past seven days. This week’s includes an interview with Capital Sound’s senior product manager Martin Connolly; Shure, Audinate and d&b winning big at the 2017 Install Awards, and Kentish Town’s O2 Forum futureproofing the venue by installing a new Adlib infrastructure.
The most-read story this week is an interview with renowned sound engineer Toby Alington, who talks about receiving that phone call to pull together a globally televised concert – One Love Manchester – in a matter of days.
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Although organised under difficult and emotional circumstances, the concert in aid of victims of the Manchester Arena bombing succeeded in honouring both those affected and human spirit. Toby Alington had the task of mixing the on stage music for worldwide broadcast transmission.
The fourth annual Install Awards took place on June 29 at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London, with Shure and d&b audiotechnik among the big audio winners.
PSNEurope talks to Britannia Row co-founder Bryan Grant about handing the company over to Clair Global earlier this year.
Bryan Ferry’s monitor engineer has hailed the “clarity and precision” of Allen & Health’s dLive S Class mixing system, which is currently being used to manage monitors on the star’s current US and European tour.
Field Day festival played host to Aphex Twin’s comeback gig this year, with Capital Sound supplying the Martin Audio MLA system that filled the new Barn stage with the DJ’s unrepentant brand of electronica. PSNEurope asked Capital’s senior project manager Martin Connolly about setting up for summer festivals.
In our July issue, we take a look at the key issues affecting the live audio market, the biggest changes at Abbey Road Studios in its history, plus all the usual movers and shakers in the industry. Subscribe to the mag here.
As Jim Sides prepares to launch his new consultancy venture ‘Eklektric’, PSNEurope talks with him about the past, present and future.
Pro Sound News Europe has appointed Tara Lepore as its new staff writer.
London’s O2 Kentish Town Forum has called upon Liverpool’s Adlib Audio to design a new audio system aimed at future-proofing the venue’s technical infrastructure.
Nick Ingram, FOH sound engineer for Imelda May, has hailed the performance of Martin Audio’s MLA Compact PA on her current tour in support of her latest album Life Love Flesh Blood.