Wireless Rulings

Jan 1, 2011, By Tom Kenny

“Ninety percent of wireless users will likely see no difference,” says Lectrosonics’ Karl Winkler, in reference to the September 2010 decision by the FCC to open up portions of the broadcast spectrum to “white spaces devices,” meaning new portable consumer gadgets and the coming enhanced Wi-Fi networks being pushed by companies such as Google, Dell and Microsoft. “For typical wireless users,” Winkler continues, “those who run fewer than 16 channels in a fixed installation where the mics are in close, they should be fine. But if you go out to the edge with a large number of channels that are unregistered in a crowded market, you could find yourself in trouble.” ...

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Dec 8, 2010, Compiled By Sarah Benzuly

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Live: Lanois Submerges Toronto in Sound

Dec 8, 2010, By Sarah Benzuly

Daniel Lanois brought his artistic vision to Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square with an all-night multimedia performance and temporary installation entitled “Later That Night at the Drive-In.” Accompanying the layered video images and lighting effects was a Lanois-composed soundtrack of live and recorded music heard through 100 Meyer Sound self-powered loudspeakers mounted on 24 towers. ...

FixIt: Modest Mouse Monitor Engineer David Campaniello

Dec 1, 2010

odest Mouse Monitor Engineer David Campaniello on Using EAW MicroWedge ...

Live: CCS Bets on JBL

Dec 1, 2010, By Sarah Benzuly

A/V integration firm CCS Presentations Systems brought in an assortment of JBL Control Contractor loudspeakers for the audio system install at Talking Stick Record (Scottsdale, Ariz.). ...

FixIt: Jay-Z Front-of-House Engineer Kenyatta "Kelo" Saunders

Nov 10, 2010

Jay-Z Front of House Engineer Kenyatta Kelo Saunders on Using Midas XL8 Console ...

Live: Juilliard Gets a Facelift

Nov 10, 2010, By Sarah Benzuly

The famed Juilliard School of Music in Lincoln Center (New York City) has completed a major renovation. It now features 45,000 square feet of new facilities and 50,000 square feet of renovated spaces—many of which were turned “inside out” so that the hustle and bustle inside the school can be seen by pedestrians outside....

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Oct 7, 2010, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

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