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Sensaphonics’ 3D Active Ambient is an IEM system that adds full-range, natural ambient sound to the mix. By embedding a highly sensitive, precision-equalized microphone within each custom-molded, soft-gel silicone earpiece, Sensaphonics engineers have added the actual ambient soundfield—at unity gain and with accurate directional cues—into the monitor mix. The ambient sound picked up at the ears is routed to the compact 3D bodypack, where it is combined with the artist’s monitor mix using Active Signal Processing (patent-pending) for ultra-smooth frequency response and full-bandwidth dynamic range performance. ...
Jan 1, 2006, By Steve La Cerra
These days, just about everything from your DVD player to your coffee machine can be remote-controlled, so why not your power amplifiers? Networked communication...
Sep 1, 2005, By Steve LaCerra
It wasn't too long ago when snapshot recall on a live console meant that you took a Polaroid photo of the desk after the soundcheck was over. Today, snapshot...
Jan 1, 2005, By Roger Maycock
In recent years, line array systems have garnered considerable attention as a means of addressing sound reinforcement requirements for medium- to large-size...
Jan 1, 2005, By Strother Bullins
Improving the sound of your live rig has never been easier. Today's digital signal processing systems for loudspeaker control offer recallable input/output...
Jan 1, 2002, By George Petersen
Seven years ago, Yamaha unveiled its first full-featured digital console: the 02R. Offering 24 analog inputs and 16 tape returns for a total of 40 inputs,...
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