Baffles, bass reflex, optimal venting, horn design, flare rates, directivity and other key aspects.
Since the Basilica began broadcasting Mass in 2002, it has undergone several technological upgrades, but none as comprehensive as the most recent effort.
A logical use of audio filters is to attempt to “match” the frequency response of a microphone, loudspeaker, amplifier, or room to that of another. Can this really work? Let’s look at when it can, and when it can’t.
When it comes down to it, we don’t always get enough time to do everything we want, but here’s an approach to getting as much done as possible. (An audio version of this article is available for download.)
Driving a relatively powerful compact system (and a lighting rig) at full throttle over the course of four hours with a single portable power station. How did it go?
As processing power comes down in price, we should expect electronic steering to become both more common and more capable. Here’s a look at the technology and a brief gaze into the future.
An introduction to automixing concepts that provide recall, management, and control of both voice and musical instruments while documenting the use of DSP engines to custom-build virtual digital mixing consoles.
Lessons learned in the first few weeks of a tour appearing at venues ranging from 800-capacity clubs to 90,000-person festivals while working with a wide variety of systems. (An audio version of this article is also available for download.)