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  • Sunday, February 12, 2012
    recording
    Bobby Owsinski 02/12/12 04:13 PM,
    This article is provided by Bobby Owsinski.   About a year ago one of my publishers, Hal Leonard, asked me if I’d be interested in doing a phone app. If I was going to do one, I wanted it to be something that I would use myself, all the time, so I came up with the Delay Genie. The Delay Genie basically replaces those time delay charts that most studios used to have so you could easily set the reverb… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundRecordingNewsPollProductProcessorSoftwareStudio

  • on point audio
    PSW Staff 02/12/12 04:03 PM,
    On Point Audio is offering a new line of suspension accessories that enable its range of powered and passive speakers to be suspended safely and cost-effectively. All of On Point Audio’s front of house loudspeaker systems are equipped with various configurations of M8 or M10 inserts that allow the use of several suspension accessories. These inserts are structurally reinforced with heavy-duty steel that ensures a safety factor greater than 8:1. This high a safety factor means more peace-of-mind when enclosures… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundChurch SoundNewsPollAVLoudspeakerSound Reinforcement

  • revolabs
    PSW Staff 02/12/12 03:50 PM,
    Revolabs has appointed Marc Cremer as the company’s new COO and Tim Root as its new CTO and executive vice president of new business development. In his new role, Cremer is responsible for worldwide operations including sales, marketing, technical services, and product management. Root will manage Revolabs’ new business development efforts and develop the company’s vision and strategic roadmap for future products. Root has a long history of developing media and telepresence solutions for the video communications and security markets,… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundChurch SoundNewsPollAVBusinessManufacturerAudio

  • church sound
    Chris Huff 02/12/12 03:28 PM,
    This article is provided by Behind The Mixer.   Friday night, I used three pairs of ears. I’m not talking about earbuds or anything electronic in nature. I’m talking about real human-tissue ears.  And therein was the key to my success. It all started several months ago… A friend of mine is a singer in a 30-plus-person barbershop singing group.  He told me they could use an experienced sound guy and asked if I was interested.  A few phone calls… View this post
    Filed in: Church SoundFeaturePollStudy HallEngineerMixerSound Reinforcement

  • image
    PSW Staff 02/12/12 03:10 PM,
    Rising stars The Band Perry is touring with a selection of Shure microphones, under the direction of trusted engineers Earl Neal (front of house) and Justin Beckstead (monitors). The Band Perry’s calling card is the sweet vocal harmony between brothers Reid and Neil and their big sister Kimberly.  For most performances, an SM86 is Kimberly’s vocal microphone while Reid and Neil use Beta 58As, but the band has also recently opted for Shure Super 55s on some songs. In addition,… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundNewsPollConcertMicrophoneMonitoringStage

  • yamaha
    PSW Staff 02/12/12 03:00 PM,
    Regina Victory Church, a contemporary Christian church in Regina, Saskatchewan (Canada) that features six musicians and five vocalists during worship services, recently replaced its analog console with a new Yamaha M7CL-48ES EtherSound-based digital console, courtesy of GV Audio, also located in Regina. “The church’s console was starting to show its age and needing much service work,” states Derek Gould, at GV Audio. “The console and snake both had issues, so it seemed logical to address both at the same time.”… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundChurch SoundNewsPollAVConsolesDigitalInstallationMixerSound ReinforcementAudio

  • lectrosonics
    PSW Staff 02/12/12 02:46 PM,
    Lectrosonics has recently implemented several steps to minimize the company’s power consumption, lessening the impact of its environmental footprint. The replacement of lighting fixtures throughout both the corporate offices and manufacturing facilities is an important step toward the company’s goal of being more environmentally friendly. In the company’s manufacturing areas, forty-eight 400 watt metal-halide fixtures have been replaced with forty-eight 4-lamp 52 watt fluorescent fixtures. Additionally, the machine shop offices had new bulbs and electronic ballasts installed in their 32… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundChurch SoundNewsPollAVBusinessManufacturerProcessorWirelessAudio

  • qsc
    PSW Staff 02/12/12 02:32 PM,
    QSC Audio distributor Kilim Electronics has permanently installed a new system based on QSC KLA Series active line arrays and both K and KW Series active loudspeakers at one of Israel’s hottest nightclubs, The Beat, located in Haifa. Two KLA arrays, each with three KLA12 loudspeaker elements, are suspended on either side of the nightclub’s main stage. Eight KW181 subwoofers provide extended low end, while six K12 active loudspeakers act as the on-stage monitors for The Beat’s performing musicians. Two… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundNewsPollAVInstallationLine ArrayLoudspeakerSound Reinforcement

  • renkus-heinz
    PSW Staff 02/12/12 01:59 PM,
    More than a decade has passed since Fr. Michael Froidurot and the planning committee at St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church in Poway, CA, set in motion their vision for a new worship space. Recently, the church unveiled their long-awaited new sanctuary to applause from the congregation and accolades from the surrounding south Poway community. Designed in traditional cruciform style by design-build contractor T. B. Penick & Sons, Inc. and architects Hyndman & Hyndman, the church’s patience and planning are clearly evident… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundChurch SoundNewsPollAVInstallationLine ArrayLoudspeaker

  • Friday, February 10, 2012
    recording
    Robert Archer 02/10/12 04:04 PM,
    In an exclusive interview with CE Pro, Alan Parsons, renowned sound engineer for Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon and for the Beatles, says hi-fi pros focus too much on equipment and brand names, when they should put more energy into room acoustics. He also says some surround-sound systems from Costco and Walmart “really aren’t that bad.” All this from the audio wizard behind Dark Side of the Moon, and the name sake of the Alan Parson’s Project? Parsons… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingFeaturePollEngineerStudio