TOP TEN: This week’s most-read articles

Audio Media International‘s weekly round-up includes reviews of new products from Mackie and Tascam, as well as stories on Nexo, Sennheiser, Soundcraft, Lake and Electro-Voice’s latest launches.

The most-read piece this week, however, came from engineer Wes Maebe, on the topic of Mastered for iTunes.

Take a look at the rest of our news summary…

1. Mastered for iTunes – friend or foe?

Wes Maebe on why his reaction to the arrival of Apple’s MFiT concept was one of excitement, not disapproval.

2. Prolight + Sound: Nexo launches ID Series loudspeakers

InSpace Definition family comprises specialised models for install, touring and AV and custom applications.

3. Review: Mackie DL32R

Strother Bullins puts the next big thing in audio capture and control through its paces, and finds it more than lives up to the hype.

4. Review: Tascam DR-10X

“I need to play with one of those” was Jerry Ibbotson’s initial reaction to the release of this new device, but did it meet expectations?

5. Sennheiser and Apogee collaborate on clip-on mics

ClipMic digital and MKE 2 digital promise superior performance and feature extensive iOS integration.

6. Prolight + Sound: Picture gallery

Take a look at our selection of snaps from last week’s event.

7. ‘Good Morning Britain’ selects Sony DWX systems

Wireless mic solution offers ITV’s flagship breakfast TV show ‘the reliability and sound quality demanded of national programming.’

8. First install purchase for Soundcraft Vi7000

Already home to a Vi4 and Vi6, Melkweg music and arts centre in Amsterdam was quick to invest in a pair of the new consoles.

9. Prolight + Sound: Lake Controller v6.4 revealed

Upgrade brings recallable EQ overlays, Rational Power Management and more to optimise large systems.

10. Electro-Voice presents portable EKX series

New range of loudspeakers promises ‘legendary’ EV sound quality and reliability in a lightweight package.

Picture: A rear view of the new ID24t from Nexo