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  • Wednesday, November 28, 2012
    live sound
    Craig Leerman 11/28/12 10:37 AM,
    Recently a young person asked me about my work, and as I explained some of the various aspects, it triggered something in my brain. I realized that I had actually just barely scratched the surface in terms of telling him about the wide range of responsibilities that many of us have. For example, we’re regularly involved with sales before the show (and often during and after). From simply speaking to clients about their needs, to putting bids together, to being… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundProductionFeatureStudy HallProductionAudioBacklineLightingRiggingStagingVideoBusinessEngineerStageTechnician

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    PSW Staff 11/28/12 08:32 AM,
    The Richmond Folk Festival is a celebration of traditional music, with artists from around the world performing on seven stages spread across 17 acres of riverside parkland in downtown Richmond, Virginia. The event features the unique folk arts of many global cultures, including artists from Argentina, China, Morocco, Cuba and Ethiopia, and musical forms ranging from bluegrass and rockabilly to blues, jazz, zydeco, Iraqi oud, and many more. Attendance to the free three-day festival was estimated at 200,000. All the… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundConcertLine ArrayLoudspeakerSound Reinforcement

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    PSW Staff 11/28/12 08:23 AM,
    Holophone is introducing a new line of single-channel stage and studio microphones. Designed for critical live, recording, and broadcast applications, the new Super C handheld supercardioid condenser is the first in a new line of customizable performance mics created by Holophone. Combining ruggedness and low handling noise with ergonomic comfort, the Super C features the same proprietary capsule technology employed in Holophone’s surround microphones, including the H2-PRO, used for productions in Broadcast, Concert Sound, Film, and Music Recording. Holophone’s new… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundProductionNewsProductProductionAudioConcertMicrophoneSound ReinforcementStageStudio

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    PSW Staff 11/28/12 08:00 AM,
    Directed by Nick Palmer, Mr. Christmas is a new independent documentary film about Concord, California’s Bruce Mertz, a man who both figuratively and literally brightens his community each December with the 50,000-plus lights decorating his house. Already sweeping up awards at film festivals in Aspen, Philadelphia, Palm Springs and Providence, the short 15-minute documentary features a score composed by Jim Briggs, who tracked all of the instrumentation through a collection of A-Designs Audio processors. Recorded earlier this year in Studio… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingNewsEngineerProcessorStudio

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    PSW Staff 11/28/12 07:06 AM,
    Daktronics Inc.(Nasdaq:DAKT), installed the display system for the largest single high school stadium in Texas. When Allen ISD kicked off its inaugural season with the new 41 feet tall x 76 feet wide video display, fans were informed and entertained by the custom football scoreboard and HD2000 audio system towering 75 feet above the Eagle Stadium playing field. Designed and manufactured by Daktronics, the displays are seamlessly integrated with the sound system giving fans an unprecedented visual and audio experience.… View this post
    Filed in: AVProductionNewsProductionVideoAVManufacturerSoftware

  • Tuesday, November 27, 2012
    pesa
    PSW Staff 11/27/12 11:42 AM,
    PESA, a U.S.-based custom design and build manufacturing company for professional audio and video signal distribution, has named Steve Below as global product manager for the company’s C58 Digital Media System and HDcctv product lines. Below is responsible for business development, marketing, and sales. He has held management positions with several of high-tech companies, including Digital Fusion and Analytical Services, and most recently, served as director of business development and strategic partnerships at JBM. “Steve is no stranger to technology,… View this post
    Filed in: AVLive SoundProductionNewsProductionAudioVideoAVBusinessManufacturer

  • nab
    PSW Staff 11/27/12 11:26 AM,
    The National Association of Broadcasters announced that News Corporation president and chief operating officer Chase Carey will participate in a question-and-answer session with NAB president and CEO Gordon Smith during the 2013 NAB Show opening event, sponsored by Blackmagic Design, Monday, April 8 in Las Vegas. The session will also include a “State of the Broadcast Industry” address by Smith. “As a leading executive of one of the world’s preeminent media companies, Chase Carey has valuable insight into today’s multi-platform… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundRecordingProductionNewsProductionAudioBusinessEducation

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    PSW Staff 11/27/12 11:22 AM,
    When the highly-respected Recording Arts and Sciences Program at the Peabody Conservatory/John Hopkins University needed to replace an aging console they turned to API. The staff ultimately chose a new sixteen-channel Audio 1608 console because of its authentic sound quality and flexibility. The University program, which awards a double-major Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s of Arts in Audio Sciences is the American equivalent of the European Tonmeister training program. Its students benefit from being in close alliance with the JHU’s… View this post
    Filed in: RecordingNewsAnalogConsolesEducationStudio

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    PSW Staff 11/27/12 06:38 AM,
    The Book of Mormon, the recent Broadway smash that won nine 2011 Tony Awards, five 2011 Drama Desk Awards and a 2012 Grammy Award, is now taking the show on the road with two North American touring productions. Both are traveling with complete KARA loudspeaker systems supplied by East Rutherford, NJ-based L-Acoustics Certified Provider Masque Sound. Sound design for the new productions was provided by Brian Ronan, the award-winning sound designer responsible for the show’s original run at the Eugene… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundProductionNewsProductionAudioLine ArrayLoudspeakerSound ReinforcementStage

  • live sound eq
    Mark Frink 11/27/12 06:29 AM,
    A couple of years ago marked the 40th anniversary of Altec Lansing’s passive third-octave “continuous” equalizer that began modern sound system equalization. It didn’t start as a graphic equalizer, but rather, was three rows of eight knobs on third octave centers. A companion third-octave real-time analyzer, three rows of eight VU meters, provided a means to measure a sound system. Subsequent Altec EQs replaced the knobs with a row of sliders, earning the name “graphic” because their positions provide a… View this post
    Filed in: Live SoundFeatureBlogStudy HallAnalogDigitalMeasurementProcessorSound ReinforcementSystem





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