Sydney Theatre Company Reopens With New Audio System
Sydney Theatre Company reopened its home venue, The Wharf, this past February following renovations that included a new Meyer Sound system.
Maurizio Argentieri on Metric Halo and ‘The Life Ahead’
Veteran sound designer and mixer Maurizio Argentieri relied on his trusty Metric Halo ULN-8 and 2882 interfaces when he worked on Sophia Loren’s new film
UK Music Report Aims to Revive Live Music Industry
In UK Music’s “Let The Music Play: Save Our Summer” report, the trade organization suggests how to help the live sector recover from pandemic setbacks.
Euroconcerts Changes Miking Approach for COVID-19 Issues
Faced with COVID restrictions, Euroconcerts changed its miking approach to capture live and recorded events.
‘Record in Iceland’ Initiative to Announce 25% Rebate
Iceland Music has announced Record in Iceland, an initiative — including a reimbursement incentive — to promote recording music in the island nation.
Floating the Audio of the World Rowing Championships
The audio needs at this year’s World Rowing Championships included live and streaming sound, eight commentary channels in multiple languages, wireless mics for the medal ceremonies and music playback—all handled on one console.
Damien Gerard Studios Takes First Origin Down Under
Damien Gerard Studios became Australia’s first client for the new Solid State Logic Origin after relocating to West Gosford in New South Wales
Bosveld Stereo Installs South Africa’s First Calrec Type R
Community radio station Bosveld Stereo is the first station in South Africa to deploy Calrec’s IP-based Type R for Radio.
Elk CEO Talks Aloha Remote Performance Software’s Development
Michele Benincaso, CEO of Swedish developer Elk, explains Aloha, its real-time remote performance software.
Barry O’Hare, Legendary Jamaican Engineer, Dead at 56
A mainstay of Jamaica’s recording and live sound scene for decades, engineer Barry O’Hare died from COVID-19 on Saturday, September 19, 2020.
Korean Broadcaster Upgrades Concert Mixing Systems
Korean Broadcast System (KBS), South Korea’s public broadcaster, has implemented Lawo IP technology, including two mixing consoles.
Rolling Stones Exhibition Gets Atmos-Infused PMC Setup
'The Rolling Stones – Unzipped' museum exhibition will feature a PMC speaker system to present immersive concert footage.
Best of Show Awards Virtual Edition Nominations Close Friday
This is your last chance to nominate your products for The Best of Show Awards Virtual Edition taking place around this year's IBC Showcase, September 8-11!
Providing Socially Distanced Concert Sound in Belgium
The Studio 100 Pop-Up Theatre in Belgium usually hosts 2,000 spectators, but is now holding concerts for 200 spread across the same space.
Meyer Sound Convenes at Adelaide Convention Centre
The Adelaide Convention Centre recently updated its audio systems with Meyer Sound systems.