Everyone makes mistakes -- a discussion about the most common "boo-boos" from students, volunteers, and new techs and how to solve them.
Three key factors in creating a good snare drum sound in the mix. Hint: It usually doesn't start at the mixing console.
The present state of power amplifiers, the result of decades-long design trends in delivering vastly increased power density, sophisticated DSP and much more.
In life, business and pro audio, establishing a ceiling can help in keeping things in balance.
Evaluating a new book covering the basics of Ethernet-based networking in production.
Why condenser mics need power in order to operate as well as key factors in how they work and more.
It’s up to sound techs – and musicians – to make sure a guitar or microphone is never electrified due to poor maintenance, bad ...read more →
Perspective on this difficult period and preparing to come back to touring and function at the highest level possible.
Sacramento-based Illuminate Production Services (IPS) tailors sound design to help maximize the worship experience and accommodate ongoing growth in a new, larger space for ...read more →
Matching loudspeaker coverage shape to the audience shape -- the audience shape is visible, the loudspeaker coverage, not so much...
Continuing the conversation on the spectral response of sound systems, this time focusing on some of the technical justifications for choosing a specific direction.
Taking the time to check each line from the stage to the console (and back, if you have wired stage monitors) – you won’t ...read more →