FixIt

Sep 1, 2003

As the FOH mixer for acts such as Bon Jovi, Enrique Iglesias, John Mellencamp and Sheryl Crow, Dave Eisenhauer knows about dealing with noise levels created by cheering fans....

FixIt

Aug 1, 2003

Grammy Award-winning engineer Larry Cumings started out mixing Tower of Power, but is best known for his 22 years of working with David Grisman....

Instant Gratification

Aug 1, 2003, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Why wait a year to buy the live album from your favorite band when you can get it as you walk out the venue's doors? Clear Channel Entertainment's new program, “Instant Live,” does just that. CCE recently rolled out the program at club concerts in the Boston area, with future plans to go nationwide....

BSS FDS-366 OmniDrive Compact Plus

Aug 1, 2003, By Mark Frink

I carry my Technomad ProRack to every one-off. It contains three key pieces of audio gear that I don't feel comfortable without: The Midas XL-42 (reviewed in Mix, March '02) is a piece of the rock — a chip off of the old block — that gives me the same great mic pre and EQ found on an XL4 console; the new TC Electronic Reverb 4000 (reviewed in this issue, see page 104), which replaces my trusty old M5000; and the BSS FDS-366 OmniDrive Compact Plus....

Travel in the Post-9/11 World

Aug 1, 2003, By Mark Frink

It's the end of an era. Or at least the beginning of the end. Soon, the last Concorde will fly. Last year, major carriers lost $16 billion and are flying...

FixIt

Jul 1, 2003, David Morgan

TEC Award-winning FOH mixer David Morgan, whose credits include Steely Dan, Paul Simon and countless others, is currently completing a world tour with Boz Scaggs....

Recording the Band

Jul 1, 2003, By Blair Jackson

There was a time, not so very long ago, when nearly all "live albums" were recorded by remote trucks. Occasionally, you would find a band - such as the Grateful Dead - who were serious about keeping an archive of all their performances for posterity and so made simple stereo recordings from the soundboard's feed, but they were the exception rather than the rule in the '60s and '70s. Needless to say, things have changed....

Downsizing the Line Array

Jul 1, 2003, by Mark Frink

The list of large-format line array speakers introduced during the past decade is well-known and well-used. But a new generation of compact systems has emerged to provide smaller venues with the benefits garnered from line arrays....

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