FOH engineer Kevin Madigan (David Gilmour, CSN&Y) talks capturing live guitars
Dallas-based pro-audio supplier sets April 26 trade-in event with Shure
The event, held in Lisbon, brought together professionals from a variety of disciplines to discuss the future of sound in architecture.
The three console manufacturers will integrate live desks with d&b's DS100 engine, allowing engineers to use the immersive object-based mixing technology, Soundscape.
Loudspeaker purchase makes OSA the largest Martin Audio-based live sound vendor in the world.
T-Mobile adds notification service for RF pros, more.
Rogers Place in Edmonton, Canada sports a considerable d&b audiotechnik PA rig.
By Clive Young. Janet Jackson is still selling out arenas and making them dance, three decades into her career. Helping make that happen every night is FOH engineer Kyle Hamilton and his razor-sharp attention to detail.
By Steve Harvey. T-Mobile CTO's tweet details new cities covered in 600 MHz expansion; regional audio pros must stop using any RF mic and IEM systems that operate in that range.
By Clive Young. Live show recordings are a necessity for every artist. While most national touring artists playing theaters and arenas have recorded shows every night for years, the ability to do so has finally filtered down to more budget-aware house mix systems over time, putting the ability to record multitracks of an evening’s set within the reasonable economic reach of small venues and everyday performers.
By Katie Makal. Studio owner Brian Cronin is able to return to work following a late-December robbery.
Mastering engineer Katie Tavini is currently cultivating a reputation as one of the finest exponents of her craft in the industry. Pro Sound News Europe editor Daniel Gumble caught up with her in London for a chat about mastering techniques and her incredible career to date.
Venues across the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity are now connected via Riedel.
By Clive Young. Taking its last bow in Brooklyn after touring the world, the multimedia exhibition 'David Bowie Is' provides keen insight into the artist's creative life.
By Steve Harvey. Houses of worship may share timeless insights, but their audio systems are increasingly expected to be modern by congregations used to hearing quality audio everywhere else in their lives. With that in mind, we look at choir miking and how different HOWs are approaching consoles, PA systems, acoustic treatments, IEM mixing and more.
By Katie Makal. Many public libraries are installing small “studios” with cheap prosumer gear for patrons to use, but the Downtown Chattanooga Public Library has built a four-room, fully appointed pro facility that aims to teach the public everything from beatmaking to production.
By Steve Harvey. In December, Amos wrapped up the North American leg of her tour with three sold-out nights at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles, the latest dates on a world tour that began in Europe in September 2017, coincident with the release of her 15th studio album, "Native Invader." But as front-of-house engineer Mark Hawley observes, to call this the “latest” tour is something of a misnomer. “We really started 23 years ago,” he says. “She enjoys touring.”
More than two-dozen large panels were used to counter reverb and echo in the sanctuary.
By Al Fernald. Choir microphones don’t automatically grab your attention—if anything, they’re meant to blend into the scenery—but they’re crucial for bringing a group of voices to worshipers, whether via the house PA system, recordings or broadcasts.