Dallas-based pro-audio supplier sets April 26 trade-in event with Shure
The event, held in Lisbon, brought together professionals from a variety of disciplines to discuss the future of sound in architecture.
Loudspeaker purchase makes OSA the largest Martin Audio-based live sound vendor in the world.
Rogers Place in Edmonton, Canada sports a considerable d&b audiotechnik PA rig.
By Steve Harvey. T-Mobile CTO's tweet details new cities covered in 600 MHz expansion; regional audio pros must stop using any RF mic and IEM systems that operate in that range.
Mastering engineer Katie Tavini is currently cultivating a reputation as one of the finest exponents of her craft in the industry. Pro Sound News Europe editor Daniel Gumble caught up with her in London for a chat about mastering techniques and her incredible career to date.
Venues across the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity are now connected via Riedel.
By Clive Young. Taking its last bow in Brooklyn after touring the world, the multimedia exhibition 'David Bowie Is' provides keen insight into the artist's creative life.
By Katie Makal. Many public libraries are installing small “studios” with cheap prosumer gear for patrons to use, but the Downtown Chattanooga Public Library has built a four-room, fully appointed pro facility that aims to teach the public everything from beatmaking to production.
Sound Works Productions had to cover a crowd of more than 300,000 at Chicago's Women's March.
John Hansen of AV Vegas discusses dealing with the aftermath of the tragic Route 91 Festival shooting and how the industry came to the aid of his team.
Sammy Hagar’s Cabo Wabo Cantina in Cabo San Lucas recently updated its original circa-1990 PA with a new Martin Audio System.
EDM mainstay Martin Garrix played two shows at RAI Amsterdam through an Adamson Systems Engineering E-Series loudspeaker system.
Atlanta-based AV provider Technical Elements recently provided audio and lighting for the Samaritan’s Purse Global Connect 2017 Conference, covering 3,000 attendees in the 95,000-square-foot Gatlin Ballroom of Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, FL. For the event, Technical Elements fielded an audio system based around JBL Professional speakers and Crown amplification.
Ulysses’ Folk House, near Wall Street, serves up live music on Saturdays and DJs three nights a week, so Canal Sound & Light of New York City recently updated the house system with Vantec Series loudspeakers from D.A.S. Audio to cover the 5,000-square-foot space, which includes a DJ booth at the bar and live music stage, plus an additional outdoor beer garden.