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Neutrik to replace all powerCON TRUE1 with next gen TOP for True Outdoor Protection

Posted by Karin Cahill

11/02/19 15:19

Neutrik have announced the discontinuation of all powerCON TRUE1 series connectors and will be replacing them with the next generation TOP versions for True Outdoor Protection.  

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Topics: connectors, outdoor, live performance, new products, True Outdoor Protection

Marco Caviglia from Dire Straits Legacy, switches to DPA Microphones for live performance

Posted by Karin Cahill

29/09/18 09:10

Marco Caviglia, vocalist and guitarist with Dire Straits Legacy, has switched to a DPA d:facto Vocal Microphone for all of his live performances.

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Topics: DPA, live performance, d:facto, live

Snake Newton relies on DPA Mics for Harry Styles' World Tour

Posted by Karin Cahill

16/08/18 09:44

It takes more than aesthetics to impress top FOH Engineers in the music industry. Karl “Snake” Newton has worked on projects with Robbie Williams, Pet Shop Boys and Craig David and knows and appreciates the level of skill and expertise that goes into great live audio. Just recently, he worked with Harry Styles for his world tour production and relied on DPA Microphones to mic up the entire drum kit, as they dotted their way across Europe before landing in Australia in April 2018.

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Topics: instrument microphones, DPA, live performance, harry styles, FOH

Solid State Logic launches all-new L100 Live Console

Posted by Karin Cahill

08/06/18 09:47

Solid State Logic has recently announced the launch of the much anticipated L100 live console – the most recent inclusion in the SSL Live console range. With a smaller, compact frame, the console offers the perfect solution for users who favour premium sonic performance in tight space installations, for sub-mix positions or corporate production.

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Topics: Live sound, live performance, solid state logic, live console

Make Music Day 2018 - June 21

Posted by Leon Hart

25/05/18 12:29

In 1982, under the leadership of Maurice Fleuret, the French Ministry for Culture created Fête de la Musique - or Make Music Day – in and effort to revolutionise the way society celebrated music. A 1982 study showed around 50 per cent of children played a musical instrument and so Fleuret imagined a day where music would flood the streets, cafes, parks and bars for a single day of the year; France's Summer Solstice (21 June, 2018)

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Topics: live performance, make music day, music

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