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The Grip II studio continues Rascal Flatts legacy

Widely perceived as the crown jewel of Nashville personal recording studios, The Grip II – owned by Jay DeMarcus, co-founder of Rascal Flatts – is a sprawling studio complex that was designed and built in 2008 by studio designer and monitoring expert Carl Tatz.

Now marking its 12th anniversary (and Rascal Flatts’ 20th), the facility features two Carl Tatz PhantomFocus MixRooms – one in Studio A and another in The Wine Cellar production room.

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Martin Audio HQ signals Covid-19 events crisis

Among the 700 buildings of every kind across the UK lit up in ‘emergency red’ to amplify the voice of the event and entertainment industry as part of Monday night’s #LightItInRed campaign was Martin Audio’s UK HQ.

‘The live events industry is on a precipice,’ says Martin Audio MD, Dom Harter. ‘Unless it receives urgent funding to safeguard its future, the shockwave of the resulting collapse will impact hundreds of thousands of jobs in businesses up and down the country and ultimately have a significant detrimental impact on the events culture of Great Britain.’

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LIPA and Sennheiser mark 25-year partnership

Among he best performing arts school in the world, the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) has enjoyed sponsorship from Sennheiser for the past 25 years.

Among other benefits, this relationship allows LIPA students to work with 360 video, VR, AR workflows, and with Sennheiser’s Ambeo systems, for which the institute is currently developing specific courses.

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Genesys wins Radar love

One of the few studios in the UK still offering analogue tape recording facilities, Radar Sounds Recording Studio has replaced its Amek Angela with a new Neve Genesys G32 console.

‘I already own a pair of Neve 1073DPA mic pre-amps and I know just how much I love the sound of them, so a Neve console was top of my shopping list. The desk’s fabulous analogue design and Neve preamp circuitry allows us to keep the mix analogue from start to finish without sacrificing modern features such as hands-on DAW control and connectivity,’ explains studio owner ‘Fuzz’ Barthram-Keet.

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Captain Tom walks into history with Sennheiser

When British war veteran and walking hero Captain Sir Thomas Moore raised more than £32m for NHS charities by walking 100 laps of his garden ahead his 100th birthday, broadcast sound engineer Paul Cutler was there to cover the event for the BBC.

‘I have worked with BBC Breakfast on several other large-scale outside broadcasts and special features,’ says Cutler. ‘This particular project gained momentum very quickly and it also grew technically.’

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