Shedding some light on the sensitivity specification and how it may translate to the real world performance of a loudspeaker system...
When two signals are combining at the same level but with different timing in a bus or a loudspeaker, the result will be comb ...read more →
The sound team talks about the design for the legendary New York City music hall that hadn’t seen a mainstream country artist cross its ...read more →
My goal is simply to envision a healthy balance, do the best I can, and let it go if I fall a bit short. ...read more →
Observations on loudspeaker directivity; 90 degrees by 60 degrees at what frequency?
"Try thinking about which frequency ranges are most critical to the sound of each instrument, and remove what’s not as important with your channel ...read more →
Why would anyone want to spend money on an external preamp, let alone several? Here are some reasons why...
“I have opportunities to help people grow technically, to show them they can do more, to help both the people I work with and ...read more →
"The measured and considered improvement over time in this case has led to a situation that gives me better results with fewer compromises."
"Creative grouping and routing, combined with the use of ambient microphones placed onstage or at FOH, can result in some stellar live recordings that ...read more →
Editor’s Note: Eric Ferguson’s latest article, “Simple Yet Vital” posted on PSW and also featured in January LSI, details best practices with input lists ...read more →
"No two of us have the same tools, although there will always be the crescent wrench and multitool in common. I suppose it’s because ...read more →