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PSNEurope November issue out now

Our latest issue features a report on the multiple award-winning music engineer Darcy Proper, DPA's new sub-miniature mic, and an exclusive interview with the EAW president TJ Smith...

The November issue of PSNEurope is out now, available in print and online formats.

In the latest edition, president of EAW, TJ Smith gives us an exclusive interview to talk about the recent acquisition by RCF, and we find out more on the use of DPA’s new sub-miniature microphones, as well as discovering Ofcom’s funding scheme for UK PMSE sector. 

Additionally, we visit Scotland’s Teviot Row House to talk about the Edinburgh Festival Of Sound, and we include an update on the implications of the 700MHz spectrum clearance.

This issue features a talk with Women’s Audio Mission (WAM) founder Terri Winston who discusses the gender imbalance within the pro audio industry, as well as providing us an insight into WAMCON’s first New York event. Mastering engineer Darcy Proper also talks to us on starting out in New York, before bringing her talent over to Europe.

A new and exciting feature shows Kevin Hilton finding out more on the role of audio in the Doctor Who TV series, and we’ve finally revealed our list of nominees for the Pro Sound Awards this year!

Moreover, PSNEurope editor Daniel Gumble speaks to Audio-Technica’s general manager to find out more about the appointment of Martin Audio as its German distributor. Meanwhile, French loudspeaker giant APG celebrates its 40 year anniversary, and PLASA celebrates a second consecutive year of growth, as Sahar Nazir speaks with managing director Peter Heath on the upsurge of audio exhibitors this year.

Don’t forget to read about the new recruits within the pro audio industry over the past month, as well as Simon Duff’s report on 3D audio at Metrica Sound’s state-of-the-art recording studio in Ibiza. 

Plus, we hear more on IBC’s (International Broadcasting Convention) annual trade show for TV and radio technology, which has reportedly favoured audio this year. To conclude, Marc Maes goes behind the scenes of 40:45 the musical, to find out more on the production’s use of binaural Auro 3D sound.