Shure Petitions FCC for Dedicated Wireless Mic Channel
Shure has petitioned the FCC to ensure a dedicated “vacant” 6 MHz UHF channel is available in each market for wireless microphone use.
House of Worship ‘The House Modesto’ Adds Adamson PA
To retain the sense of aural intimacy brought on by livestreaming services, The House is ready for congregants to return, having added a new Adamson PA.
UK Music Report Aims to Revive Live Music Industry
In UK Music’s “Let The Music Play: Save Our Summer” report, the trade organization suggests how to help the live sector recover from pandemic setbacks.
Restart-19 COVID Concert Experiment Shares Results
According to the results of an experiment in Germany, indoor sports and cultural events including music concerts could return soon—under the right conditions.
Baseball-Themed ‘Rigoletto’ Covers Bases, Audience
The Tulsa Opera recently took outdoor shows in a whole new direction when it performed a baseball-themed version of Verdi’s opera 'Rigoletto' at ONEOK Field, with the help of Axiom Audio and a sizable L-Acoustics Kara PA.
Floating the Audio of the World Rowing Championships
The audio needs at this year’s World Rowing Championships included live and streaming sound, eight commentary channels in multiple languages, wireless mics for the medal ceremonies and music playback—all handled on one console.
MS Church Expands with New Sanctuary, Audio System
Heritage Apostolic Church’s new sanctuary is covered by a sizable Fulcrum Acoustic line array and monitors as part of a larger audio system.
Louisiana Phil Streams Through Rupert Neve Preamps
Mischa Kachkachishvili used a remote setup of 32 channels of Rupert Neve Designs’ class-A RMP-D8 preamplifiers to record the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra.
How One College is Holding Real-Time Remote Rehearsals
Moody Bible Institute’s vocal and instrumental programs faced having to rehearse with players remotely separated. Professor David Gauger found a solution.
Illegal Halloween Events Lead to Industry Scrutiny
Across the country, illegal large-scale Halloween parties busted by police have put event organizers and production companies under scrutiny.