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PSW Top 20: The Most-Read Articles Of 2011

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As we turn the page on 2011, here are the 20 articles that were the most-read over this past year on ProSoundWeb, based upon total page views.

Note that some of the articles that delivered top results over the past 12 months were actually written and posted well over a year ago, but they continue to prove of high interest and value to our worldwide readership.

In addition, some very popular articles posted more recently have not had as much time to accumulate traffic as others that have been posted for a longer period of time. We suspect you’ll see some of those fine articles on next year’s list.

Without further adieu, here are the first 15 of the top 20 articles on PSW for 2011, with five more to be added each day until we reach the number one article this Friday (December 30).

Most-Read Articles #20 – #16 (Posted Tuesday, December 27)

#20U2 360°: Redefining Stadium Sound In The Round
By Greg DeTogne

#19Crossing The Line: Don’t Overlook Point-Source Loudspeaker Approaches
By Bruce Main

#18EQ And Compression Techniques For Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
By Cliff Goldmacher

#17On Three,You Lift: Methods Behind The “Check One, Two” Madness
By Paul LaPlaca

#16Everything You Need To Know About Investing In A New Loudspeaker System
By Jeffrey Cox

Most-Read Articles #15 – #11 (Posted Wednesday, December 28)

#15Take Our Handy Quiz To Rate Your Audio Skills, Knowledge & Personality Type
By Dave Rat

#14Selecting The “Right” Direct Box (DI) For Bass Guitar
By Peter Janis

#13How Do You Set System Gain Structure?
By Chuck McGregor

#12Seven Things You Should Never Do While Mixing
By Karl Winkler

#11The Best Place To Put Subwoofers Is… ?
By Jerrold Stevens

Most-Read Articles #10 – #6 (Posted Thursday, December 29)

#10Effective Microphone Strategies For Church Choirs
By Bruce Bartlett

#9Mixing Beyond Stereo: Delving Deeper Into Aspects Of Sound & Perception
By Dave Rat

# 8Going Mobile: The 2-Pound, 72-Channel Wireless Console
By Ken DeLoria

#7RE/P Files: The ‘Planet Waves’ Sessions – Recording Bob Dylan At The Village Recorder
By Gary D. Davis

#6Working On The Stage Sound – Moving From Mixing House To Monitors
By Dan Laveglia

Most-Read Articles #5 – #1 (Posted Friday, December 30)

#5Seven Habits Of Highly Effective Sound People
By Karl Winkler

#4A Detailed Explanation Of The Aux-Fed Subwoofer Technique
By Tom Young

#3Nuances Of Networked Audio Transport
By David McNell

#2How To Build Your Own Plate Reverb: A Concise Step By Step Process
By Bob Buontempo

#1Drum Tuning Tips From The Famous Drum Doctor
By Bobby Owsinski

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