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Live Sound Turns to Congress for Help

The summer months are usually the busiest of the year for the live sound industry. While September typically sees the industry start to ease into a slightly less hectic fall season, the autumn of 2020 finds live sound professionals...

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FOH Engineer Vinnie Kowalski, Dead at 58

FOH engineer Vincent Kowalski died July 17, 2020, closing a 40-plus year career that saw him tour with Blondie, fellow Long Islanders Dream Theater, Savatage, Kirk Franklin, Thin Lizzy, John Fogerty and Peter Frampton.

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Concert Livestreams Evolve Quickly During COVID-19

As the live music drought continues, artists like Trivium and Underoath, as well as sound companies, are turning to livestreaming to keep working and connect with fans, rapidly evolving the concert livestream in the process.

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Live Sound Showcase: Guster

Alternative folk-pop mainstay Guster spent the start of the year on the road with a U.S. acoustic tour that not only showed off the band’s instrumental skills but also found it performing with an unlikely monitor setup.

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Live Sound Showcase: The Misfits Attack MSG

The Misfits, headed by singer/songwriter Glenn Danzig and bassist Jerry Only, brought their sinister sound to New York City’s Madison Square Garden this past fall with help from Lenexa, KS-based audio provider Digital Sound Systems, Inc.

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Tool Tours with Intricate, Immersive Sound

Touring the world behind “Fear Inoculum,” Tool’s first album in 13 years, the prog-metal heroes are filling arenas with a massive audio system that takes a new approach to immersive live sound.

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Live Sound Showcase: Kacey Musgraves

Album of the Year Grammy winner Kacey Musgraves began her world tour in October, 2018 as an opening act, and wrapped it up 13 months later as an arena headliner. Engineers Travis Bing (FOH) and Dalton VanVolkenburgh (monitors) recount...

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