February issue of PSNEurope out now

Genius!4, celebrating pioneering figures in the pro audio industry, is also available this month
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The new issue of PSNEurope is out now, featuring interviews with some of the biggest pro audio brands about the rise and rise of Integrated Systems Europe, which takes place next week (February 6-9). 

ISE MD Mike Blackman spoke to us about the show's growing popularity among pro audio brands, and we asked eight brands in the business to share their thoughts on the show's increasingly enduring appeal. 

February's issue also features an exclusive interview with the guys behind Cranbourne Audio, a group of ex-Soundcraft employees who have joined forces after Harman announced a restructuring to the business last year. 

We spoke to members of the UK Audio Engineering Society about its 2018 event for students, Up Your Output, and Laura Lewis-Paul told us about her all-female sound engineering classes Saffron for Sound, aiming to get more women into the music industry. 

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Genius!4 celebrates 50 years of QSC, with an interview with their founders and other pro audio genii in the biz, from Tony Griffiths to Les Paul. 

Read all this, plus loads more, in the February issue of PSNEurope. You can read the digital edition here

Find the digital edition of Genius!4 here


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