Live Review: Behringer X32 Digital Console
Intuitive, flexible, and affordable, the Behringer X32 is an ideal option for houses-of-worship, larger clubs/music venues, and other multifaceted, multi-operator live sound venues. My first venture with a Behringer digital board was the DDX3216, which came out over a...
Our Road to Digital
We’ve all seen it: the subconscious proverbial eye roll whenever techies start talking about a new piece of gear that we “must have.”
Gear and Technology
Worship Audio: Our Road To Digital
Worship Audio: Our Road to Digital By Dan Wothke Twelve years ago, our house of worship — Belmont Church of Nashville — increased the level of commitment to media; we started with audio. This included contracting with Live Technologies on...
SSL Duende DSP Accelerated Plug-ins
Audio engineers all over the globe, and of all stripes, took notice when SSL introduced Duende about a year ago, because now anyone could buy 32 mono channels of SSL EQ and compression for around $1,500 street.
JBL VRX900 Series Line Array
Whether introducing new self-powered or passive components, JBL refuses to rest on its loudspeaker laurels while continually expanding the company’s product line to fulfill yet another pro audio niche.
JBL PRX535 Loudspeakers
Regardless of your PA configuration, it has always proven handy to have a set or two of self-powered loudspeakers available for convenience … providing they are up to the task.
ADK Pro Audio LYVE Tracker
The widespread acceptance of Yamaha digital consoles amongst live sound professionals has spawned the need for a compatible and easily interfaced digital recorder — one that provides engineers with the ability to capture both live and studio performances.
Neumann KMS 104
Neumann is arguably the most recognized microphone name in the business, so when I heard about the KMS 104, the company's newest live vocal microphone, I immediately took notice.
Midas XL8 Digital Live Performance System
I recently received the call to visit Westover Church in Greensboro, North Carolina and get a first hand look at the first-ever, fully-digital mixing system from Midas, so I immediately loaded up the iPod and headed east.
Review: Cakewalk SONAR 10 DAW
Cakewalk and its line of MIDI sequencers have been around for nearly 15 years now - the equivalent to about a thousand years in any other industry. With humble beginnings on MS-DOS computers in the mid-1980s, the Cakewalk software...