Pro Audio Highlights from Prolight+Sound 2019

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When it comes to live sound, it seems Frankfurt’s ever-evolving Prolight+Sound show has finally hit its stride, strengthening pro audio presence and programming with comprehensive free professional training sessions, an outdoor live sound arena, partnerships with Music Tech Fest and the Sample Music Festival, and a new hall amazing exhibit showcasing vintage concert technologies.) Audio companies continue to advance IP-based solutions and immersive technologies, but we also saw plenty of loudspeaker and console debuts. Browse through a few highlights.

Sarah Jones is a writer, editor, and content producer with more than 20 years' experience in pro audio, including as editor-in-chief of three leading audio magazines: MixEQ, and Electronic Musician. She is a lifelong musician and committed to arts advocacy and learning, including acting as education chair of the San Francisco chapter of the Recording Academy, where she helps develop event programming that cultivates the careers of Bay Area music makers.


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