The October issue of PSNEurope is out now, available in both print and digital formats.
In our new issue we visit the Royal Albert Hall to highlight the BBC Proms' success with L-Acoustics' L-ISA sound system. We also find out more about the Rockin' 1000 That's Live event featuring Courtney Love in Florence, Italy, and we have an extensive interview with We Are Robots co-founders to find out more about the music technology event that's shaping the future of pro audio.
Moreover, we speak to the Gateway School of Recording founder, David Ward on the difficulties of recruiting students into pro audio, and we catch up with the chair of AES Mariana Lopez to talk about audio education.
The latest issue also includes a feature with Shure's pro audio group director Tuomo George-Tolonen discussing the company's reformed partnership with RADA. Meanwhile, PXL-Music celebrates its 10th anniversary as the audio and music school delivers exceptional alumni to the professional music industry. There's also an exclusive interview with You Me At Six's drummer Dan Flint on the challenges they faced during the making of their sixth album VI.
Plus, we hear from Harman's VP and general manager EMEA sales Chris Smith about its partnership with Tottenham Hotspur and its new home stadium, while LAMDA (London Academy of Musical and Dramatic Arts) tutors Robert Tweedie and Sam Charleston take us on a tour of its impressive audio educational facilities.
You can read the October edition of PSNEurope now in print and digital formats.
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