JBL Professional have just announced the brand new JBL EON ONE Compact, that we were lucky enough to get our hands-on. This new PA system joins the already popular EON ONE family, but rather than being a portable linear array style system, the Compact is
JBL, with a long and storied history in building studio monitors, have a product to suit every level of budget and spec. What’s unusual about JBL’s range is that the R&D and tech that goes into their top-of-the-line products makes its way through the entire
Rockhampton production company Stage & Audio have joined the new JBL line array revolution and purchased a VTX A8 concert system, cementing their place as a leading supplier of top-end PA to Queensland’s touring and events market. Feature Image: Village Festival Yeppoon Stage for Hoodoo
The JBL Professional EON 600 Series of powered loudspeakers represents amazing flexibility for both artists and sound technicians looking to build a rig that can handle everything from a solo act at an in-store showcase to a full band performance in a 500 capacity room.
Collarts (Australian College of the Arts Pty Ltd) is an independent tertiary college specialising in degrees and diplomas in the creative industries, including audio engineering and music production. With four campuses all in the Melbourne creative havens of Collingwood and Fitzroy, Collarts starts their audio
To those new to the game, monitors tend to be a bit further down the wish-list for those looking to build up their recording rig. To the uninitiated, it’s easy for the humble monitor to get lost amongst the allure of knobs and faders, effects
The JBL Professional PRX800 Series has just been updated with V2 Firmware that will now let you set up and experience the best that the PRX800 loudspeaker currently has to offer. So What’s New in the V2 Firmware Update? Through customer research, they’ve learned that
If you’re just starting out in your career in pro audio, it’s hard to get your first real paid job. Maybe you’ve been learning your way around a mixer at school, in church, or at gigs for your friend’s band. You’ve probably figured out by