Rule #1: Don't piss off the sound guy!
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With all of the tablet apps these days, and the mixing platforms that support them, is wireless mixing the future?The latest product offerings from Behringer/Midas et.al, support wireless…Continue
I run the sound at a local church and have been a member on this forum for quite some time. I am always reading what everyone is discussing but never really joining in. Saying that here is a question…Continue
One of our venues just purchased the new JBL SRX800 powered series and I was wondering if anyone has heard these? They are still so new that I haven't been able to find much on them. Specs wise, they…Continue
I am planning on adding a mini stagebox 32 to my Soundcraft Si Expression 3 console. I am hoping some members use this setup and can answer my questionsNow these stage boxes only offer 8 line level…Continue
Headphone Discussion...What do you use? Recommendations?I'm currently using the Shure SRH840...Clean Robust sound to them..With the Pa tuned properly I can set up my mix without putting the mains on…Continue
I'm looking at a small format line array rig ( double 8" type box).. In particular the D.A.S. Audio Event 208A.. I demo'd these boxes outside the Arena at NAMM in January any liked the sound and the…Continue
In my theater, there is a very audible ring, buzz, etc that is coming from the dimmers on the grid. I ruled out the audio system.I think the culprit could be the projector, which has been mounted on…Continue
One of the regular clients we have at my soundco wanted us to do the sound and lights for their annual church concert. No problem — it's pretty straightforward. This year, they got a rider from one of the bands that included an Avid Profile, Meyer or L-Acoustics line array, 12 monitor mixes, even tube mics — all for a gig with 16 inputs from stage in a medium-sized church. The band management were jerks (real surprise), so we just ducked out on the sound side and just did lights, where…Continue
Yesterday one of the great legends in live sound left us, as tour sound pioneer ML Procise III (of Showco and Clair Bros) passed away unexpectedly in his sleep. ML was known for his more than 5,000 concerts doing FOH mixing for The Beach Boys, the Jackson Five, 15 years with ZZ Top and dozens more.