This week’s top article was our exclusive interview with studio MotorMusic's decision to sell their SSL 9900 and go 'console-less'. If you haven't read it yet, you can find it here.
Also proving popular is our story about how NAMM is aiming to improve sound levels as it welcomes more audio exhibitors for the 2018 show, taking place in January.
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Last summer, MotorMusic studios sold their SSL 9000 console and decided to return to the basic principles of recording. Marc Maes spoke to them.
PSNEurope takes a look at some of the best live mixing consoles available on the market...
L-Acoustics has hired Tony Szabo as head of touring application to support major projects across the globe and co-manage its team.
UK Music chief exec Michael Dugher warns soaring bills triggered by rates’ revamp could forces venues and studios to shut down.
CEO Michael Dugher told PSNEurope why he feared the autumn Budget could prove disastrous for studios and venues. (Read his post-Budget statement here.)
2017 Pro Sound Awards Lifetime Achievement winner Tony Andrews shared his thoughts on a decade-spanning career in audio after he picked up his accolade in September.
The California show is stepping up to improve sound levels from booth to booth at the 2018 edition of the show.
The singer's crew used Digico consoles throughout the extended four-year Vegas residency.
The band's FOH engineer was "convinced" the system would be perfect for the reverberant venue.
Allen & Heath’s new managing director on his team, the dLive console and future customer support.