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Gregory is a writer and editor who has served the pro audio industry for the past 32 years.
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Merging Science & Art: Can Anyone Catch Up With Systems Engineer Liam Halpin?
Out of the many narratives surrounding the life and times of Liam Halpin, perhaps one reveals the true nature of his character best: It was…
Something For Everyone: A Front-End Upgrade Brings Versatility To The State Theatre
First opened in 1921, the State Theatre in New Brunswick, NJ has hosted just about every type of event imaginable over the decades, from silent…
Delivering The Exceptional: Inside The Concert Sound Design For Sam Smith On Tour
When you hear Sam Smith’s soulful voice, it comes as no surprise that his second album, The Thrill of It All, had sold more than…
Knack For Their Craft: Elevating The Art Of Audio With Daryl Hall & John Oates On Tour
After a Friday night at Madison Square Garden in New York City, he’s mid-sentence, talking about stage input, when the call drops. I immediately re-dial…
Raw Power, Refined: Linea Research Emerges With A Range Of Innovative Platforms
Linea Research may just be the largest power amplifier manufacturer you’ve never heard of. Rather quietly, the company has developed technologies that have redefined…
Restless Itinerary: Sonically Dialing It In For Chris Young’s Losing Sleep Tour
Multi-platinum RCA Records Nashville recording artist Chris Young has taken a slow and steady pace on his way to the top, and the true apex…
Clarity In The Air: Professional Wireless Systems Tames The RF Landscape
It seems a matter of certainty these days that we all will live, breathe, and die in a wireless world. Especially here in the realm…
Organic Composition: Transparency Reins On Tour With Alison Krauss
Over the course of the 30 years since the release of her first album, Alison Krauss has logged plenty of time with Union Station as…
Delicate Balance: Building On A Deep Sonic Legacy With Depeche Mode On Tour
If it’s true that there is no history, only autobiography, the UK’s Depeche Mode wrote its own songbook on the wings of electronica, influenced in…
Holding Their Own: The Audio Landscape Of The Eric Church Tour Of North America.
Signed to Capitol Nashville in 2005, Eric Church has released five studio albums, received a wide range of CMA and Grammy Awards that join a…
Beyond Broadway: Roadworthy Production Of Rent Celebrates Show’s 20th Anniversary
First seen at the New York Theatre Workshop in 1993, the rock musical Rent has been shaped to fit the production needs of countless incarnations…
A Stripped-Down Sonic Landscape For Switchfoot On Tour
Traveling to more than 50 cities last fall for live dates in support of its 10th studio album, after a brief hiatus Switchfoot has returned…
Prior to this year, the last time Peter Gabriel and Sting toured together was in 1988 as part of a string of Amnesty International concerts.
The Real Thing With Duran Duran
True, they may have begun as a group of art school, experimental rockers from the UK that quickly rose to superstardom in the 1980s on…
Viva Las Vegas Audio
Fremont Street is where it all really started in Las Vegas. As the site of many firsts for both the city and Nevada, consider that…