Sound Reinforcement

Perspective: Compare & Contrast

By Andy Coules April 22, 2019

The realm of the audio engineer is a broad area encompassing recording, radio, theatre, film, sports, television, live music and public speaking, and while all… Read More

Putting The Squeeze On Live Sound

By Duncan Fry April 4, 2019

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on the original Live Sound International website in the late 1990s, and provides a lot of information that’s still… Read More

Moving Target Technology

By M. Erik Matlock April 3, 2019

I once heard the phrase “moving target technology” as a way of explaining what we’re up against as “graybeards” in this industry. Technology is advancing… Read More

Sonic Decisions

By Nicholas Radina April 2, 2019

How something sounds to each of us is very subjective. Not everyone hears the same – this was a big “a-ha” moment for me early… Read More

Time & Phase Alignment

By Bob McCarthy March 27, 2019

The setting of delay times in signal processors is one of the principal techniques of system optimization. In most cases the timing is set to… Read More

Quotable Quotes II

By Live Sound Staff March 26, 2019

Last year we presented a collection of quotes (here) from various folks working in pro audio, all of which have appeared on ProSoundWeb… Read More

Church Sound: Listen Much?

By Andrew Stone March 21, 2019

Are you a good listener? Would others describe you as a good listener? Although being a good listener is a fairly significant character trait we… Read More

Tell-All Tech: Repairs? You Need Repairs??

By The Tell-All Tech March 1, 2019

Some would say we’re taken for granted. Others might say we’re misunderstood. Still others occasionally say “thank you.” Who are we? Your humble servants, equipment… Read More

Charting The Mix

By Jonah Altrove February 26, 2019

As sound engineers, we’re tasked with shaping the sound of the artist’s performance. When we’re running our consoles, we’re literally “putting together the pieces” of… Read More