Whether it’s sound systems, buses or inputs, there are some very important concepts to understand about stereo and mono sound. The hosts discuss how to work with mono versus stereo inputs as well as their approaches to different sound system setups, and more.
Diving into Audio over Ethernet (AoE) and Audio over IP (AoIP) protocols as well as proprietary versus non-proprietary, intermingling devices and much more.
How can we optimize our ears and take full advantage of all they can offer us in working with sound? The hosts dive into frequency and dynamic ear training as well as musical arrangement training, and more.
The co-hosts examine a variety of plugins, including dynamic EQ, tube emulation and more in a re-visit of one of the most popular episodes to date.
At some point, we need to have a “moment of clarity” in recognizing that some things in tech world are best handled by a professional.
The hosts talk about the advantages of virtual soundchecks, how to get them up and running, provide a cost/benefit analysis and more. Plus take the Virtual Soundcheck Challenge!
The hosts dig deep in sharing how they approach drum kits overall in the mix as well as their methods with each individual drum and more.
What’s most important to focus on when training new volunteers? What if they’re just starting out in mixing or audio engineering? Key points for new techs and veterans alike.
The many ways to internally route audio in both digital and analog consoles to optimally support individual approaches to mixes.
The co-hosts discuss how to set up digital audio workstations (DAWs) for broadcast/streaming applications as well as “why,” along with pros, cons, and more.
IEM and monitor techniques, skills, and common problems that come up when helping musicians adjust to – and make the most of – their in-ear monitors.