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Rycote HC Shotgun Mics and Cyclone Windshields Elevate Indie Series Forces of Nature with Cinema-Quality Sound

Munich, DE (July 17, 2024) — Upcoming action-drama Forces of Nature aims to shift the paradigm of how a television series is made. Available via video-on-demand and streaming later this year, it pits hip-hop dance champion Hurricane against an organized crime syndicate with Europe-spanning reach. The twist is that instead …
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Poppy Hanton Joins Celestion as Marketing Executive

Ipswich, UK (July 15, 2024) — Celestion, the premier manufacturer of loudspeakers for sound reinforcement and guitar and bass applications, proudly announces the appointment of Poppy Hanton as Marketing Executive. In her new role at Celestion, Ms. Hanton will work on a number of projects across the company’s marketing landscape …
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Bad Bunny Wraps Most Wanted Tour with Historic Three-Night Run in Puerto Rico, and L-Acoustics Assures Nearly 60,000 Fans Heard Every Note, Beat, and Word

As Puerto Rico’s biggest export neared the end of his electrifying Most Wanted Tour in June, Billboard made a powerful assertion: “If you’ve seen Bad Bunny perform, but you haven’t seen him in Puerto Rico, then you haven’t really seen him at all.” It’s where, as Rolling Stone puts it, …
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Guildhall School of Music and Drama Innovates in Live Dolby Atmos Capture for Universal Music with AUDIX A231 Microphones

  Guildhall’s professor Julian Hepple, Head of Recording and AV, and Mimi Hemchaoui, Audio Operations Manager   London, UK (July 08, 2024) — Guildhall School of Music & Drama is a vibrant, international community of musicians, actors and production artists in the heart of the City of London. Established in …
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Winspear Centre Installs Canada’s First L-Acoustics L Series Concert Sound System

From its grand opening in 1997, the Francis Winspear Centre for Music’s 1,716-seat Enmax Hall has served as the primary performance space for the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. But the resplendent concert hall is just as well known for hosting a steady stream of other performers as well—including touring artists from …