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RØDE Claims Wireless – Burning Ambition Ignites

25 Jun 2020

CX Magazine’s profile on innovative Australian audio company RØDE and its CEO Peter Freedman from May 2015.

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Vale Harley Richardson

24 Jun 2020

Passing away unexpectedly, Harley Richardson was farewelled at a private funeral on June 15

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The History of Crystal Microphones and Artifacts from the Shure Archives

11 Jun 2020

In 1935 Shure offered the company’s first crystal microphones – the Model 70 and variants.

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A Potted History of Remote Control

2 Jun 2020

John O’Brien reflects on the evolution of remote control, starting with the very first forms of the technology.

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Duncan Fry – Par 43 Launch

22 Apr 2020

Duncan Fry puts a tentative toe into to the murky waters of lighting… A CX History extract from July-Sept 2007.

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Crisis Update – PM bans all indoor gatherings over 100. Here’s what you can do to help

18 Mar 2020

Most our industry is officially closed for business, but we will get through this together.

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What You Can Do – Who Can Help

16 Mar 2020

What you can do, who you should call, and how we can all navigate through this unprecedented crisis.

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29 YEARS OF PUBLISHING JUST ENDED

30 Jan 2020

By Julius Grafton. My media life is over – but new doors open. Media in 2020 is not easy, but it is needed more than ever as disinformation can be so easily propagated.

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CX Magazine is Under New Management!

30 Jan 2020

One of the longest continuous publishing era of any entertainment technology media company anywhere ended January 1st 2020 with the sale of Juliusmedia, CX Magazine, and CX NZ to Jason Allen’s VCS Creative Publishing Pty Ltd.

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The Producer – Tim Whitten

18 Jan 2020

In February 1998 Connections Magazine began a series of profiles on producers, starting with Tim Whitten who has produced Powderfinger, The Go-Betweens, Hoodoo Gurus, and Augie March among others.

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Live recordings the hard way

15 Jan 2020

Duncan Fry looks back at how unauthorised recordings of live music events was done – for later listening pleasure not for sale!

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Opera House Lighting: Catherine O’Shea

4 Jan 2020

Article from The Archive: Connections Magazine, September 1998. Women in Lighting Opera House Lighting: Catherine O’Shea When Catherine O’Shea was 20, she decided she was bored, and dropped out of her third year of a mathematics degree. Eight years later, she is a Lighting Super­visor at the Opera House.Of all the supervi­sors in all the departments,…

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