Monthly Archives: December 2014

A Teachable Desire To Improve: Sorting Out The Stuff That Really Matters

What would you say is the most valuable skill in our industry? I recall a top mix engineer saying that he wants to work with sound team members that have an innate understanding of signal flow and a good attitude. … Continue reading

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Andy Coules takes us through the first 90 years of the History of PA.

While the principals of public address have existed since Vitruvius first explored architectural acoustics in 20 BC, I’m much more interested in the modern electric PA system and its application in the reinforcement of live music… [Details Here]

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Sound Technology offers series of free monthly Vi series console training days in 2015

Soundcraft Vi Series Console TrainingSound Technology Ltd offers a free one-day training course on Soundcraft’s Vi Series consoles. This runs monthly and is open to engineers, venues, hire, installation and production companies… [Details Here]

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A useful guide showing 10 ways to hold a microphone.

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Exploring the wider use of condenser mics in live sound.

For decades, dynamic microphones were the only choice for live applications due to their ruggedness. Live engineers didn’t want to take delicate, expensive condenser mics on the road. All of that’s changed now that condensers have been made more robust … Continue reading

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