Engineer

Church Sound: Console Organization

By Chris Huff July 24, 2019

It was a mix engineer’s nightmare. Vocal microphones for singers were spread out across console channels 2, 7, 10, and 13. To make matters worse,… Read More

RE/P Files: Studio Design And Construction

By Paul D. Lehrman July 8, 2019

From the archives of the late, great Recording Engineer/Producer (RE/P) magazine comes a wealth of knowledge on live-end/dead-end acoustics which first appeared in the June 1982 issue. Read More

Misconceptions & Bad Semantics

By Karl Winkler July 3, 2019

I’ll bet you have some of these, too: things people say or concepts they have wrong but won’t change, despite considerable evidence. The pro audio… Read More

Artificially Flavored Audio

By M. Erik Matlock June 28, 2019

As a large human, you can rest assured that I know a few things about food. Following a similar train of thought, after more than… Read More

Building A Better Monkey

By M. Erik Matlock June 14, 2019

After several years designing and installing sound systems for small- and mid-sized churches, I discovered an unobtainable goal that we tend to pursue, even though… Read More

Seven Steps To Great Worship Sound

By Gary Zandstra June 11, 2019

Producing great sound in a worship service can seem as elusive as finding a soloist who always sings on key. However, this doesn’t have to… Read More