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Peter Janis is the quite-recently retired president of
, which has been producing snake systems, direct boxes and interfaces for more than 20 years.
Latest Posts by Peter
In The Studio: Acoustics 101 For Rooms Large & Small
This article is provided by Primacoustic Just like large big commercial studios, smaller and home studios suffer…
Moving The Problem Out Of The Way: Using Phase To Manage Feedback
Once, while testing one of our new products, I noticed significant resonance in the low end. But the last time we tested the same device,…
Straightforward Solutions To Improving Room Acoustics
An interesting development has occurred in recent times: folks have become much more aware that the acoustic space plays a critical role with respect to…
DI Boxes For Guitars: Different Approaches For Acoustic And Electric
When amplifying an acoustic guitar, the use of a microphone can lead to concerns about feedback as well as being able to adequately amplify the…
A Heavy Load: Amplifying Orchestral Instruments At Rock Concert Levels
One of the most challenging tasks confronted by a sound engineer is amplifying orchestral instruments on a loud stage. Problems abound, including bleed, resonance, feedback……
How Loud Does It Need To Be?
Editor’s note: This one goes back a few years, but the question remains relevant. I go to a lot of concerts. Most of the time,…
Selecting The “Right” Direct Box (DI) For Bass Guitar
What type of direct (DI) box works best for bass guitar? The answer is easy: it depends. In fact, more than anything else, it depends…
Bringing Sanity To Signal Routing On Stage
Today’s live stage productions have become tremendously complex. All sorts of different instruments and electronic sources must be “orchestrated” along side the microphones and signals…
Reamping For Live? A Method Of Improving Electric Guitar Performance
The majority of electric guitar players will tell you that they much prefer the sound of “hard-wired” guitars versus going wireless. When you “radio”…
Analog Snake Systems And Their Applications
Back in 1996, I predicted that the good old analog snake would be gone, soon to be replaced by digital counterparts. But something strange happened…the…
Backing Tracks: Enhancing The Live Sonic Presentation
Mention “backing tracks” and it conjures up images of infamous acts such as Milli Vanilli or Ashlee Simpson lip syncing to their songs in concert.
Clear Path: Keyboards In The Electronic Realm
Electronic keyboards, the start of it all. Right from the beginning of modern concert sound, DI boxes have played an essential role in getting the…
Multiple Consoles For Live? Top Engineers Weigh In
The where, when, why and how, with problems and solutions differing.
A Whole Lot Going On: Computers And Interfaces At Front Of House
How various engineers approach the tasks to get the job done
Clear Path: The “Right” DI For Computers In Audio
When it comes to best audio quality practices, they’re sometimes not ideal.