Interfacio are delighted to welcome you to our first monthly article digest. In this new series we will share what we consider to be some of the more interesting highlights over the last month or so that you may have missed. Below is a list with the news articles which caught our eye in April:
Pro audio exhibitors give their verdict on Prolight+Sound 2018 (PSN Europe): having joined forces with Musikmesse, the exhibitors discuss how the show stacks up against the likes of NAMM and ISE.
Report: Global 3D audio market to grow 16.4% by 2025 (PSN Europe): a new report published by Transparency Market Research forecasts that the 3D Audio Market is set to gain traction within the next couple of years.
‘Customers have no idea what we are… why should they?’ Audiotonix CEO James Gordon explains the group’s strategy (PSN Europe): the parent company which keeps the spotlight firmly on what really matters – their five world-renowned brands.
Future acquires NewBay Media for $13.8m (Audio Media International): with NewBay’s reputation in the consumer electronics and music sector, Future looks to expand their influence in both the US and UK with the acquisition.
Analogue vs. Digital: Is the war over yet? (Audio Media International): The current terrain for live sound. Is there room for old and new technology alike?
The Rolling Stones announce pop-up shops across the UK (NME): Rock and roll purists who missed out on tickets can see pieces of the bands iconic history throughout May.
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