Church works to connect with its guests with progressive technology, operating on a daily basis through social media, mobile devices, and traditional television.
Acts as a two-channel device on a Dante network, with a switch on the back panel to select channel 1, 2 or 1+2 (mixed) output.
A7X active models provide the bass and low-mid reproduction central to many of his efforts.
Multi-disciplined audio professional recently adds a pair of A7X active monitors to his streamlined operation.
A “wrong” hookup turns out to be invaluable in helping to overcome a singer’s difficulties.
Three control rooms equipped with new Danley Studio 2 powered monitors, while a classroom and live performance venue at the venue also incorporate Danley loudspeakers.
The author shares his expertise on the day-to-day portions of mixing a late night TV house band and navigating the role that music plays in reinforcing the comedy portions of the show. He discusses various talkback systems and using IEMs for program feeds.
A constant factor that applies to any type of show or gig: the comfort level of the musicians goes a long way to determining our success or failure.
While the studio monitors themselves are probably the single greatest cause of this problem, there are a number of other related factors that can have a significant impact. We’ll address three of them here.
The goal is to protect the artist’s hearing while giving them a “balanced, clear mix.” Louder isn’t better.