Monthly Archives: June 2012

Some useful advice on getting through the festival season.

Springtime is almost here, and that means festival season is close. Mixing for tens of thousands of people can be as stressful and frustrating as it is exhilarating, given the typically tight time schedule that’s the nature of this beast. … Continue reading

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Clearing Up Certain Line Array and Point Source Loudspeaker Misconceptions

Let’s not let what these loudspeakers should be on paper get in the way of what they can be in the real world… [Full Article]

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Photos from the successful half term gig at the Hope & Anchor.

Visit the Facebook photo gallery to see them.

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The latest technology makes an “Invisible PA” possible.

Britannia Row looks to Outline for Queen’s Diamond Jubilee concert… [Full Article]

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An insight into some of the audio gear that was deployed for the Jubilee.

The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations saw Delta Sound supply JBL VTX line arrays to line the route from Putney Bridge to Tower Bridge and on down to Greenwich as part of the Jubilee Pageant, while a Martin Audio system was … Continue reading

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The new Midas Pro1, compact and powerful, want one!

Midas has launched the latest addition to its PRO Series of digital consoles, the Midas PRO1 live audio system, at InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas… [Full Article]

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Mixing Beyond Stereo: Delving Deeper Into Aspects Of Sound & Perception

The goal is to set up a mix that offers a wide stereo image, minimizes comb-filtering, and offers a quality mix regardless of listening position… [Full Article]

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Robert Scovill on the Future of Live Sound

“For my money, the live sound discipline is really professional audio at its purest. It really is. It is an extremely complex combination of science and art that demands, absolutely demands, respect and competency–and any lack thereof, it will display … Continue reading

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How Do You Know What Sounds Good?

Developing a frame of reference for good sound… [Full Article]

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Action on Hearing Loss tackles a different loudness war

A survey of 1,000 people throughout the UK by Action on Hearing Loss has revealed that most people don’t realise that loud music can cause a significant amount of damage to their hearing… [Full Article]

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