Recording Academy Establishes COVID-19 Relief Fund
The Recording Academy/MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund will help musicians and touring pros whose livelihood has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Post-Coronavirus, How Will Live Sound Go Back to Work?
How will the live-sound industry have changed when it comes out of its coronavirus-induced hibernation?
Powersoft Sets Extra E-Training Courses Amidst Coronavirus Lockdown
Italian pro-audio manufacturer Powersoft has increased its capacity to deliver online trainings to counter covid-19 restrictions.
Discovering the Sound of Hamilton with Adam Savage
FOH engineer Kevin McCoy shares with Adam Savage what it takes to mix the hit show 'Hamilton.'
Legendary Monitor Engineer Brian Hendry Passes at 67
Monitor engineer Brian Hendry spent 40 years mixing top acts, from Tom Petty to Jennifer Hudson.
Meyer Sound Lands at Helsinki Airport
The massive immersive installation 'Aukio' at the Helsinki-Vantaa Airport offers travelers the opportunity to discover the sights and sounds of Finland. Key to this immersive experience is a massive Samsung video screen and 27 Meyer Sound self-powered loudspeakers.
Masque Sound’s Scott Kalata on Exceeding Expectations
The director of theatrical operations at Masque Sound shares that while the audio provider is known for its work on Broadway and Off-Broadway shows and touring productions, there’s far more going on inside its New Jersey headquarters.
Grammy Awards Show Begins Transition to AoIP
The Grammy Awards show has long employed a large splitter system to distribute microphone and instrument signals from the multiple stages to the house sound and broadcast audio mixing consoles. This year, the production began a transition to audio-over-IP...
Pro Sound News Centerstage Chart: Top Tours of 2019
Pro Sound News runs down the crews and gear on the top 10 highest-grossing tours of 2019.