Active or passive? What about tubes? Using to jacks on a DI to sum?
Mixing a small number of channels while retaining the full frequency spectrum, intimacy, and dynamics may be the pinnacle of the craft.
Attaining tonally balanced mixes, properly addressing gain structure issues, accounting for what’s happening with “the room versus the stream” and more.
Key aspects that result in better mixes, with more gain before feedback and improved coverage – the magic won’t happen without understanding the basics.
Examining how one can achieve “Good” to “Optimum” T60SR6 (T60 Slope Ratio) scores in any performance venue.
Three days, from a flying start, many bands, several hundred RF frequencies over what turned out to be not two but four stages, add a roving ENG crew into the mix, and the game is on…
A matrix is actually not any more complicated than an auxiliary bus, so if you understand auxes, you can understand a matrix. Here’s the scoop.