PSNLive 2013 available now

For the eighth year running, PSNLive delivers essential insight, commentary and data analysis drawn from the entire spectrum of the live sound and performance industry.
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The 2013 issue of PSNEurope's annual special publication for the live music industry is online now.

For the eighth year running, PSNLive delivers essential insight, commentary and data analysis drawn from the entire spectrum of the live sound and performance industry. PSNLive 2013 incorporates our traditional survey of the live audio sector, encompassing sound engineers and venues as well as manufacturers and PA companies. Among other features, the new edition also includes: an overview of the state of training for the live sound industry; a look at ‘on-the-night’ gig album production operations; an in-depth look at the magic of audio manipulation for live events; and straight talk about the secondhand market, five years after we last tackled it. “The sun is shining in the UK again, and from the looks of it, it’s shining on the pro-audio industry as well,” says editor Dave Robinson. “This year’s report paints a positive picture of our industry, with many embracing the idea of moving forward: essential summertime reading for sound engineers, manufacturers, rental houses and concert venues.” Read the Digital Edition in full now.

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Read PSNLive 2012 online now!

For the seventh year running, PSNLive delivers essential insight, commentary and data analysis drawn from the entire spectrum of the live sound and performance industry.

New edition of PSNLive now available

"Once again, PSNLive presents an invaluable insight into the live audio & performance sector. If you work in this area, you can't afford to miss it," says PSNE/PSNLive editor Dave Robinson.

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Gene Clair (1940-2013)

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