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PSNEurope January 2016 digital edition now available

Start the new year off right by downloading the PSNEurope 2016 digital edition.

The January 2016 issue of PSNEurope is now available to read online.

January is traditionally a time of change and taking this month’s Strategic Position is a company who has weathered a big one: ADAM Audio. From filing for bankruptcy to facing a bright future, CEO David Angress talks to PSNEurope about ADAM Audio’s journey over the past 12 months.

Other big changes are also afoot at this year’s Prolight + Sound, including a change in format and new concepts. According to the trade show 75% of you have asked for them, and everyone will benefit.

Before heading to Frankfurt, a well-deserved respite from the rain and the cold is in order. We’ve got all the excuses you need to head to NAMM (as if you still need one) and a taste of new products to come.

If a trip to southern California isn’t in your immediate future, you can reminisce about summer along with Dave Robinson, who writes about how a Nexo GEO M6 is facilitating more touring open-air cinema when the warmer weather returns.

Maybe dreaming about summer is too depressing…but Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of owning your own studio? Well now may be your chance: Erica Basnicki speaks to Jean Gamet about the impending sale of one of France’s few remaining residential studios, Studio Hacienda.

Our two features tackle the ongoing impact digital technology on professional audio: the cost-efficiency of cloud-based environments, and the demands and dilemmas DSP facing manufacturers of powered amplifiers.

In the studio world, Mike Clark visited Italy’s Angel’s Wings Recording Studio & Arts Center, whose doors have finally opened after a three year build, and former deputy editor Jon Chapple takes a look at “breakthrough technology” in the most unlikeliest piece of equipment, the humble microphone stand.

In broadcast, Kevin Hilton brings us up-to-date on the ramifications of frequency decisions made at this year’s World Radio Conference and reports on the ever-increasing creative use of sound in radio, television and beyond.

Read the magazine, or download it as a PDF, using the links below.