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  • Thursday, November 15, 2012
    Rupert Neve
    PSW Staff 11/15/12 06:36 PM,
    From 2002, the transcript of a ProSoundWeb live chat session with industry legend Rupert Neve, designer of professional audio recording equipment and credited as the inventor of the recording console. Fletcher: Well, this man really needs no introduction. Pretty much anyone who is involved with audio production seems to say his name a few times a day in relation to something. Be it consoles we would like to work on, or individual modules we would like to own, or equipment… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingFeaturePollSlideshowAnalogConsolesEducationEngineerMixerProcessorSignalStudioSystem

  • Sunday, January 06, 2008
    Keith Hatschek 01/06/08 01:09 PM, 0 Comments
    “Use your ears, Luke—use your ears.” Leslie Ann Jones is director of music recording and scoring at Skywalker Sound, the recording and production facilities built by George Lucas in Marin County, California. She has been a recording and mixing engineer for 25 years, during which time she has worked with such artists as Herbie Hancock, Angela Bofill, Michael Feinstein, Michelle Shocked, BeBe & CeCe Winans, Bobby McFerrin, Holly Near, Rosemary Clooney and Narada Michael Walden. She launched her film score… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingStudy HallBusinessEngineer

  • Dave Dermont 01/06/08 10:04 AM, 0 Comments
    Brad Nelson: Hi Cubby, Now that you have mixed on V-DOSC, Clair I-4 and VERTEC line arrays, which do you like better and why? Cubby Colby: Tough question, Brad. They all have their own priorities. The VERTEC seems to be the easiest to rig. The V-DOSC is everywhere in the world. The I-4 is also a good line array, also with very good rigging. But most importantly they all sound very good. For me, technically, V-DOSC and VERTEC have their… View this story
    Filed in: Live SoundStudy HallEngineerLine ArraySound Reinforcement

  • Sunday, December 30, 2007
    PSW Staff 12/30/07 11:22 AM, 0 Comments
    Question posted by Patrik Arnekvist on September 17, 2001 I know there’s a lot of Smaart experts here so here goes a thought. When using the delay locator, Smaart assumes that the right delay setting is at the highest peak of the waveform. At low frequencies - is that really the right thing to do, I mean the “waveform” starts at a zero energy level..or? At 40 hz, there is some time between zero and top of the impulse. (Does… View this story
    Filed in: Live SoundForumStudy HallLoudspeakerMixerSoftware

  • Monday, October 22, 2001
    PSW Staff 10/22/01 01:33 PM, 0 Comments
    Moderator: (Dave Dermont) Good evening and welcome to our chat with Jamie Anderson of SIA Software Company. Jamie, could you give us some background about what you did before SIA, for those of us too lazy to read the bio? Jamie: I’ve got an EE (electrical engineering) degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), a Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) from Yale Department of Drama, and then spent six years at Meyer Sound as SIM and technical support manager. This was… View this story
    Filed in: Live SoundStudy HallMeasurementSoftware

  • Wednesday, September 05, 2001
    PSW Staff 09/05/01 10:35 AM, 0 Comments
    Moderator: Welcome to tonight’s live chat session with Ron Sauro, who’s been gracious enough to join us to talk about EASE and new EASE 4.0. Ron, can you start by talking a bit about your background and experience with EASE? Ron Sauro: Sure. I have been using EASE since 1991, and during that time I have worked with Dr. (Wolfgang) Ahnert in developing the software both directly and indirectly. I also use the software in my business of consulting in… View this story
    Filed in: Live SoundStudy HallSoftware

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