Extreme gigs: pushing the boundaries of where live music can go
How much further can live music recording and production go? How about playing suspended in mid-air? Or getting 1,000 musos to play at the...
‘Budget cuts are the biggest challenge facing the live sector in 2017,’ say industry experts
Budget cuts are one of the biggest challenges facing the live industry in 2017, according to a group of industry professionals interviewed in the...
Exquisitely proportioned: The rise and rise of boutique festivals
The last decade has witnessed an explosion in the number of niche-orientated festivals. But how do these events go about offering a unique experience...
View from the top: The venue owner (Graham Walters)
A proper restoration man. We forgot to ask what colour he likes his drapes
View from the top: The sound levels expert (Edward Crofton-Martin)
Not upsetting the neighbours with loud noise is now a priority for concert promoters and venue owners. Getting the right level is a matter...
View from the top: The festival organiser (Lode Verschueren)
Bringing a little bit of Caribbean sunshine to the centre of Europe
View from the top: The PA company boss (Bryan Grant)
Thirty-five years with Britannia Row Productions, “and probably still be here in another 35”....
View from the top: The festival regulars (Rudimental)
Between soundchecks at Wembley, Kesi Dryden and Piers Agget tell PSNLive about life on the road
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“I just want to know WHAT you can do”: Soulsound’s Darryn on live sound training
As the industry grows ever-more competitive, a consensus is emerging on the need for more comprehensive pro-audio education