With wireless system use growing and the spectrum shrinking, frequency coordinators at shows/events are increasingly common – here’s what to know about working with them for an optimum outcome.
Looking into a technique that can provide a whole new palette of tonal colors, especially when mixing in stereo.
With its limited frequency response and relatively high price when new, it’s no wonder that the M-191 didn’t become a staple of stage and studio. But it sure does look cool!
In your mixing workflow do you tend to use subgroups, VCAs, or both? How do you tend to organize them, and what advantages are afforded by that workflow?
Understanding the various signal levels each component requires is key to successfully getting everything to “play nice” together within a system.
Our first question with every project: “What products and services are appropriate for the given application?”
Mute mixing, for lack of a better phrase, enables volume problems to be fixed, EQ oddities to be corrected, and the overall mix to be improved.
Defining different protocols and looking at their advantages (and disadvantages) with an eye on the future of audio networking.