The March 2015 issue of PSNEurope is now available to read online or download as a PDF.
In the latest edition of the magazine, we catch up with Focusrite/Novation founder Phil Dudderidge, riding high after two major product launches at NAMM and a successful floatation on the London Stock Exchange; Christian Poulsen, CEO of DPA Microphones, who – despite recently having created a bespoke (and very expensive) live headset mic for Kate Bush – is targeting expansion into the installation and 'everyday broadcast' markets; Harman's David McKinney, who is helming Soundcraft and Studer's operations in the UK following his return from postings in India and China; and Gineke van Urk, managing director of Iemke Roos, the Netherlands' oldest pro-audio company.
It's a month of anniversaries – Mark Knopfler's British Grove Studios in Chiswick turns 10 and the Hahnenkamm races, the 'Super Bowl of skiing', reaches the grand old age of 75 (with a little help from Electro-Voice and K-array) – and one of firsts, as we prepare for our new networking event, PSNPresents, on 12 March. We're also looking forward to the NAB Show in April and the start of the F1 season with a preview of Sky Sports' OBPod flyaway solution, supplied by Gearhouse Broadcast and built by A Smith Great Bentley.
Elsewhere, we're on tour with the latest iteration of King Crimson (just the three drummers this time), exploring the latest chapter of the radio spectrum saga (Ofcom has controversially decreed that wireless mic users must share with those of 'white-space devices'), hearing from wireless expert Raycom about its big push into live sound and finding out about Sonic 8 founder Steve Helm's new venture, Red Chilli Audio.
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