Sound Reinforcement

That Modern Church Sound

By Samantha Potter January 21, 2019

I’ve been to my fair share of church services, and more than my fair share of contemporary/modern church services. Some of the mixes I hear… Read More

Balanced And Unbalanced Connections

By Mike Rivers January 18, 2019

The significance of balanced and unbalanced connections between audio devices, as well as the meaning of the terms, is often misunderstood. A balanced output can… Read More

Backstage Class: Strange Beasts

By Andy Coules December 13, 2018

As we bask in the all-enveloping glory of the digital age, it’s come to my attention that some intrepid live sound engineers are very occasionally… Read More

In Focus: Tips, Tricks & Punts

By Nicholas Radina November 20, 2018

Working as a monitor engineer can be challenging, and I’ve had a fair share of hard lessons over the years with equipment (or lack thereof),… Read More

Harmonic Pursuits

By Chris Huff November 1, 2018

No place is an engineer’s talent more tested than with vocals. A singer’s range, frequency characteristics, and vocal style all contribute to the specific sound… Read More

Backstage Class: Team Effort

By Andy Coules October 18, 2018

For the performing musician there are few things worse than bad sound. If the mix is bad in the PA the audience can’t hear the… Read More

Waiting On The World To Change

By Jonah Altrove October 5, 2018

“Any industry founded on a particular technology faces the danger that a new invention will render it obsolete.” – Tom Standage, “The Victorian Internet” When… Read More