"I’ve met very few people in this industry that ended up exactly where they thought they would. It’s OK to be honest with yourself ...read more →
Loudspeakers are not so easily defined as arrayable or not arrayable – they all posses both characteristics to some degree, and in practice the ...read more →
Mixing monitors for a solo artist and supporting band requires a specific set of skills that often have more to do with rehearsals and ...read more →
A method to get up and running at a gig as quickly as possible, catch potential problems early, and dial in a good mix, ...read more →
A case study in breaking the "golden rules" of recording – and getting away with it...
Many of us tend to take mics for granted because they usually work with every use, but a bit of extra attention from time ...read more →
Reducing low-end accumulation issues in the room while bringing added clarity to the mix...
Product development is an undertaking that begins with an idea or concept, and most of the best ideas come by way of filling a ...read more →
Working with some great DJs (as well as some not-so-great ones) got me thinking of things that I’ve noticed help the great ones stand ...read more →
Managing all of the “area” between the extremes, for each and every sound you record, is a skill that's critical to making a good-sounding ...read more →
On most shows, I have less than 15 minutes available to work on the tuning of the PA and address any quirks, which isn't ...read more →
Analog tape is pretty much gone, but there are still ways to achieve the classic magnetic sound...