FixIt: Penn & Teller FOH Engineer Wayne Willard

Jul 9, 2010

Even though we have only two cast members, one of whom [Teller] never speaks, we engage 20 mic/receiver sets over three band splits. Penn Jillette is double-miked with one transmitter in a low-band split and one transmitter in a high-band split. ...

Rat Sound Warms Up With Midas

May 21, 2010, By Sarah Benzuly

Preparing for this year’s summer touring season (including five stages at Coachella and several booked arena tours), Rat Sound (Oxnard, Calif.) added some new equipment...

FixIt: The Killers Monitor Engineer Harm Schopman

May 20, 2010

One of our IEM units lost signal strength just before the band went on in Cape Town, but I was able to quickly determine that it wasn’t the cable or the antenna. ...

Tech's Files: Taming the Bass Beast

Apr 27, 2010, By Eddie Ciletti

Low-frequency energy management is my personal sonic soapbox. From live sound to broadcast and recording studios, taming bass can free up sonic real estate and simplify solutions that might be “overly complicated” or worse, ineffective. ...

State of Live Sound

Apr 27, 2010, By Blair Jackson

While the music industry as a whole continues to face challenging times, with sales of even the most popular albums decreasing year to year, and the rise of individual digital track purchases still not compensating for the volume of losses, the live touring industry has remained relatively robust. ...

Music to Go

Apr 27, 2010, By Tom Kenny

It seems like a no-brainer in this age of instant gratification. You go to see your favorite artist, love the show, then before leaving the venue put down a credit card (if you haven’t prepaid with your ticket purchase) and take home a quality audio recording, maybe with HD video, perhaps some behind-the-scenes footage from soundcheck that same day....

Load In: Sound Reinforcement News, May 2010

Apr 27, 2010, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Read Mix News For the Concert Touring Professional In the May 2010 Issue of Mix ...

House of Worship Sound

Apr 27, 2010, By Sarah Benzuly

It should not be news to Mix readers that full-sized line arrays and digital consoles are part-and-parcel of house of worship (HOW) installations. But what may come as a surprise is the fact that these installs are not just reinforcing spoken-word audio. ...

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