This week’s top article was the comments from cult loudspeaker manufacturer Funktion-One on why it's exhibiting at NAMM for the very first time in 2018.
Also proving popular this week was our coverage of UK Music and Music Venue Trust's Agent of Change campaign to save live music venues - which celebrated success today (January 18) as Housing and Communities Secretary Sajid David promised to implement it into housing policy.
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The cult loudspeaker manufacturer has chosen to exhibit at the show thanks to NAMM's increased focus on pro audio.
The new line is comprised of three USB interfaces.
A raft of artists and industry figureheads will challenge Government to enshrine the Agent Of Change principle in law later this morning.
Part 2 of our three interviews with industry experts discussing the predicted growth of the loudspeaker market.
Part 3 of our three interviews with industry experts discussing the predicted growth of the loudspeaker market.
Part 1 of our three interviews with industry experts discussing the predicted growth of the loudspeaker market.
The NAMM chief highlighted the show’s renewed commitment to pro audio in 2018 in an exclusive interview.
The QSC portfolio of live sound products and solutions will be represented by the company throughout the country.
From the early days of audio right through to the digital age, the British Library’s exhibition runs until March.
'The AES@NAMM collaboration is evidence that professionals are seeking further opportunities to improve their skills and knowledge.'