The biggest stories of the past seven days.
Find out what the industry had to say about last year's show and relive some of the highlights.
British guitar firm looking to bolster presence in the Asian market.
Record number of retailers pre-registered for MIRC 2015.
The Expo is looking for voluntary advisory board members to assist on its email, online and phone communications.
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Audio-Technica will host a free Allen & Heath traiing event at Wigwam Acoustics in Heywood, Lancashire on May 29th.
British guitar manufacturer, Tanglewood, is making its debut appearance at the Palm Beijing Music Show this week (May 20th-24th), as the company looks to bolster its presence in the Asian ...
AKG distributor, Sound Technology, has announced immediate availability of the firm’s new DMS800 reference digital wireless microphone system.
Celebrating the career of the London Symphony Orchestra’s youngest player, Peter Moore, Yamaha has produced a short film designed to inform and inspire other young musicians.
We are now just a few weeks away from MIRC 2015, so what better time to take a look back at last year’s highlights with our exclusive show reel.
Digital music education company, MusicFirst, has announced a partnership with online music education database, The Singing Classroom, offering a new online resource for music teachers in schools.
Native Instruments will present a number of exclusive workshops and discussions at next month’s Brighton Music Conference.
Acoustic and traditional instrument specialist, Gremlin, will be showing a selection of its latest products at MIRC 2015, which takes place on Wednesday, June 17th at Northamptonshire’s Whittlebury Hall.
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