They're a small firm from Sussex that make stadium-filling speakers used by rock legends like Jimmy Page and Jarvis Cocker.
But their latest innovations aren't giant devices designed to destroy your ears - but tiny ones to protect them.
Andy Dickenson explains with the help of Flare inventor Davies Roberts, Roscomac managing director Joseph Martello, and founding member of the Art of Noise, Gary Langan.
Now, it's not often we say that learning maths is music to our ears, but for the pupils of one primary school in Kent, that's exactly what it is. Teachers and children from Newington Community Primary School in Ramsgate have banded together to make statistics, screens and songs the perfect learning tool. Andrea Thomas explains.
Historic musical instruments costing more than half a million pounds are to go under the hammer at an auction like no other in Newbury. The pieces are being sold by Finchcocks Museum in Goudhurst near Tunbridge Wells, which closed at the end of last year. Tom Savvides has been to see what's on offer, ahead of the big sale next month.
They've been used by royalty and have featured in costume dramas but some instruments, dating back hundreds of years, are to be auctioned off.
The world-famous musical museum Finchcocks near Goudhurst in Kent is set to close with the historic building being sold off.
Tom Savvides joined the last guided tour before the museum closes at the end of the year.
It's that time again - Reading Festival is back for 2015 and more than 90,000 people are expected in Reading over the weekend. Campers started to arrive at the site in Richfield Avenue on Wednesday although the vast majority of weekend ticket holders joined to queue on Thursday ahead of the three days of live music.
It's that time of year again - the festival season is upon us. And if you picture muddy fields, shabby tents and the great unwashed, you might be surprised to find a new breed of festivals catering to the more genteel side of things.
This weekend marks the fifth Wilderness Festival in Oxfordshire. And if you fancy sherry tasting, feasts, and clean toilets along with the music, this one's for you. Sam Holder has been along to see the preparations.
The late, great Jimi Hendrix once said, "If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music."
And he wasn't wrong, because music is being used to help improve children's learning at one girls school in Reading.
Mel Bloor has been to find out how.
Ashford's on the up. That was the message coming out of the town loud and clear today, as a new look bandstand was unveiled. It's being used as a sheltered venue to showcase the thriving local music scene. The farmers' market has been drawing the crowds as well. Andrea Thomas reports. She spoke to events co-ordinator Dan Fairhurst, photographer Lewis Brockway and Rachel Heather, who's the farmers' market manager.
Pub landlord Dan Friend, who enjoyed a private performance of Thinking Out Loud, when Ed Sheeran popped into his pub for a drink, said the singer was amazing.
He released the video this week, of the star's spontaneous performance at the Surrey Cricketers in Windlesham.
It was filmed on the night Ed finished recording the song, which is now battling for number one in the charts.
Mr Friend said: "The studio is around the corner and he'd just finished recording the album he just released, so he came in for the evening to celebrate and he had a couple of drinks."
"He decided to play my wife and I a couple of songs. It was amazing," he added.
Video footage of Ed Sheeran singing to locals at a pub in Surrey has emerged, after a spontaneous performance in Windlesham earlier this year.
The 54 -second clip, filmed by the Landlord of The Surrey Cricketers, shows Sheeran leaning on the bar and singing Thinking Out Loud on the night he finished recording it.
The star, who is a graduate of the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford, even got behind the bar and poured himself a pint.
The YouTube video has had more than 166,000 hits and it was posted on the pub's Facebook page.