Top 10: this week's most popular articles
The most read pro audio stories on site over the past seven days
This week’s top article was our interview with Entec head of sound Jonny Clark about the day-to-day running of the rental company’s operations 50 years after it was first founded.
Also proving popular this week was our feature on Auro-3D’s involvement with Porsche’s immersive sound systems in their new models.
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1. ‘There’s always a better way of doing things’: Entec head of sound Jonny Clark on ‘rock n roll corporate gigs’ and working with Damon Albarn
Head of sound at touring rental company Entec Jonny Clark spoke to PSNEurope about the business 50 years on.
2. ‘The fastest concert hall in the world’: Auro-3D presents new Porsche models fitted with immersive sound systems
Galaxy Studios, cradle of Auro Technologies’ revered Auro-3D technology, hosted the world’s first automotive immersive sound installation in Belgium in association with Porsche. Marc Maes reported back.
3. UK Music CEO hails ‘seismic victory’ as Government backs Agent Of Change
The government announced last week that it will dramatically strengthen planning rules, throwing a lifeline to music venues across the UK.
4. Q&A: Bose director David Schierman on his time at JBL and being president of the AES
PSNEurope talks to David Scheirman, now with Bose, who recently became president of Audio Engineering Society…
5. Audinate to debut Dante Avio adapter family at NAMM 2018
Audinate’s analogue, AES3 and USB audio devices can now be incorporated into Dante networks.
6. L-Acoustics: ‘With a new dedicated pro audio space, we have decided to exhibit at NAMM again’
Stéphane Ecalle, director of marketing at L-Acoustics, on why the company is exhibiting at the California show once again.
7. Carl Reavey passes away aged 61
Reavey was a key member of the original SSE Hire team.
8. Sennheiser and Neumann lift the lid on NAMM 2018 launches
Sennheiser will launch it wireless G4 system, while Neumann will re-issue its U 67 studio mic.
9. The L-ISA revolution: a look at L-Acoustics trailblazing immersive audio system
L-Acoustics’ ambition continues apace with L-ISA, a new immersive processing, recording, mixing, label and playback system, aimed at live music and special events, as well as high end private markets. Simon Duff reports…
10. Live Nation launches event production company
Live Nation has partnered with existing LA-based firm Redrock to create Redrock Entertainment Services.