The November 2015 issue of PSNEurope is now available to read online.
November's issue seems to have turned, purely by chance, into something of a German special, with articles on such Teutonic pursuits as Oktoberfest in Munich (sound supplier StereoMike deployed an EV/Dynacord set-up, don't you know) and the celebrations for the 25th anniversary of Germany's reunification (sounds like a job for auvisign's Nexo inventory) and a back-page Q&A with Neumann&Müller's man in Hamburg, Thomas Schäfer.
German brand Coda Audio also made the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up fly in the musical Peter Pan: The Never Ending Story, while elsewhere in the world of live sound an Outline Butterfly-based system helped a 500-strong choir get heard for an unheard-of concert of the steps of Milan Cathedral.
In broadcast, Kevin Hilton profiles Radio.co, a live streaming platform which is offering radio station automation and distribution in the cloud, and highlights the latest innovations in 3D/spatial/immersive audio, as heard at IBC 2015.
In recorded sound, Mike Clark collared mastering engineer Giovanni Versani, who mastered Muse's recent №1 album Drones, at his La Maestà facility in the Appenines, and Jon Chapple journeyed to deepest, darkest Essex to chat to Elliot Richardson, the owner of Bartholemew Green's Highfield Studio.
Finally, in our two regularly scheduled features, Erica Basnicki talked to Klang, Eve Audio and Raw Loops as she looks at recent successful pro-audio start-ups and Phil Ward asks – with the increasing trend towards the installation of high-end house PAs – 'Is the mid-range touring circuit finished?'
Read the magazine, or download it as a PDF, using the links below.