This week's most read article was Phil Ward's exclusive interview with Cranborne Audio, ex-Soundcraft UK employees who have grouped their collective expertise to form a new London-based manufacturer. If you haven't read their story yet, catch up here.
Also popular was Shure's decision to cease QSC distribution in Europe in order to focus on their own products.
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Made up of ex-Soundcraft employees, London-based manufacturer Cranborne Audio has formed to collate the skills and expertise of a very experienced team, in a trend already seen across Europe...
The new system is aimed at touring musicians and DJs.
Renowned producer Joe Chiccarelli recently returned to the studio to produce a second consecutive album with Morrissey in the form of Low In High School. He tells Daniel Gumble what it was like to work with the enigmatic star and why he is a “producer’s dream"…
The changes will come into effect on June 1, 2018.
4REA4 is designed to meet the expanding performance requirements of large entertainment venues.
Installation editor Paddy Baker gives his take why ISE is growing at such a pace, especially for those on the pro audio side of the industry.
We spoke to K-array project manager Mochi about why ISE is so important for the company to exhibit at.
In January 2018, Margie Kirby left Renkus Heinz after more than a decade to team up with her husband Rik Kirby at US distributor Allied Professional Technologies in a senior marketing role. She told us more about her decision to move and how the industry has changed in 30 years...
Genius!4, celebrating pioneering figures in the pro audio industry, is also available this month.
We spoke to business manager of AV installation Sami Maniken about why Genelec continues to exhibit at ISE.