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RE/P Files: Studio Design And Construction

By Paul D. Lehrman July 8, 2019

From the archives of the late, great Recording Engineer/Producer (RE/P) magazine comes a wealth of knowledge on live-end/dead-end acoustics which first appeared in the June 1982 issue. Read More

Misconceptions & Bad Semantics

By Karl Winkler July 3, 2019

I’ll bet you have some of these, too: things people say or concepts they have wrong but won’t change, despite considerable evidence. The pro audio… Read More

Speakers On A Snake

By Mike Sokol July 2, 2019

Here’s something I’ve seen in at least three churches over the last several months, so I know it happens. Let’s suppose there’s a standard 100-foot… Read More

Artificially Flavored Audio

By M. Erik Matlock June 28, 2019

As a large human, you can rest assured that I know a few things about food. Following a similar train of thought, after more than… Read More

It’s Just A Phase

By Andy Coules June 27, 2019

In my experience of teaching live sound, one of the most commonly misunderstood concepts is that of phase. The source of the misunderstanding typically derives… Read More

The Grand Mother

By Mark Frink June 25, 2019

Ask 100 sound engineers how to mike a piano and you’ll get 99 ideas. The piano is the Mother of Musical Creation, the heart of… Read More