This month we’re joining Notting Hill Music and Kazbar Systems for the July edition of Network-Monthy at Tileyard Studios, one of London’s finest feel-good music business shindigs attended by some of the finest labels, publishers, writers and agents the industry has to offer. As an official sponsor, SCV will be on hand to field queries about its distributed professional audio brands and will also be presenting a few recent additions to the product portfolio!

3D is here! And we bet you're all pretty psyched. Metric Halo's 3D upgrade enables a wealth of connectivity and software upgrades offering 2D and legacy interfaces a new lease of life and futureproofing for years to come. If you're lucky enough to have bagged an upgrade kit for the 2882, ULN2, LIO8 or ULN8, we've curated all of the necessary video guides below to get you up and running as quickly as possible.

For decades, a large number of studios have relied on the classic NS10M reference speaker to gain further insight into midrange frequencies, monitor gain levels to cater sessions appropriately for consumer audio products, and overall achieve a genuinely comparative mix. Since 2001 (to the surprise of many) the famed NS10 design from Yamaha’s Akira Nakamura has been out of production and a state of rising prices and second hand trading has been present ever since.

After several years of amped anticipation, Metric Halo this week finally revealed what every MH owner, fanboy and admirer from a medium-distance has been pining for - the 3D Upgrade Expansion board. The new release is compatible with all existing Metric Halo interfaces in use across the world and provides users with access to a plethora of new features and integrations.

Pro audio companies Hear Technologies and Waves Audio have recently joined forces to produce a streamlined solution to allow Dante users integrate with Waves’ SoundGrid technology. Presenting the Hear Technologies WSG Bridge. SoundGrid is an audio-over-ethernet technology platform for impressively scalable real-time professional audio applications.

Last month owners of Digital Audio Labs 'Livemix’ series personal monitoring hardware were treated to a couple of eagerly anticipated features in a newly released firmware upgrade. For those of you who haven’t yet taken the plunge, here’s a quick recap on the new improvements that are included.

Mike Exeter is a highly decorated studio producer and mix engineer based in Warwick, UK. With a portfolio of work spanning such artists as Black Sabbath, Ronnie James Dio, Judas Priest and Cradle of Filth, Exeter has made a significant mark on our industry over recent decades, particularly in the genres of Metal and Progressive Rock. From his hard work alongside Rick Rubin on Black Sabbath’s recent studio album ’13’, Exeter even scored a Grammy for his awards shelf.

Miloco Studios have announced their second Pro Audio Showcase taking place this Thursday (03/05/18)! Each of the complex's Pool, Red Room and Bridge Studios will be opened to the public for an intimate music production event. Top producers and engineers will be in attendance along with the latest studio gear, shout-outs, guest preseners and production masterclasses. Every ticket holder at this year's event will also receive a Digital Goodie Bag of music software, plug-ins and more, worth £250.

As some Hear Back fans may already be aware, Hear Technologies now provide an app for iPad, iPhone and iPad Pro with the power to remotely control their acclaimed Hear Back PRO series of personal mixing systems! The app provides full control and live monitoring capabilities for all 16 input signal levels, sampling rate monitoring as well as clock statuses, input switch selections, and even monitor internal Hub temperatures.

Anyone who has seen Stargate, Independence Day, Godzilla or any of five different James Bond films has enjoyed the spoils of David Arnold’s musical talents. His enormous body of film scoring work from 1993 to date spans both cinema and television (Sherlock, Little Britain and more). In recent years, he has also been involved in staged orchestral concerts showcasing a number of scores from his on-screen triumphs to live audiences.

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