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The Sound of Adventure

Ahhhh Earth, Such a lovely planet filled with water and nature and dirt and infrastructure and well living organisms and cars, so many cars now, but one thing that I totally appreciate about this world is the sounds that everything makes. 1,697 more words


Personal Monitors: The Middle Ground

So, last time we talked about in-ear monitors (IEMs); this week we’ll look at another potential solution for “monitor terrorism,” personal monitors.

These units often sit atop a mic stand and will reside somewhere in a 2-5 ft. 396 more words

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AUDIO | "Detroit Muscle" @AdamReverie

Yeah, I’m hype for this. Detroit’s Adam Reverie is dropping his The Westside Rev Project soon and unleashed the first single today. “Detroit Muscle” is a take on Rev’s approach to the mic, embracing his Detroit roots and getting aggressive while also switching gears on this one. 23 more words


In-Ear Monitors: Saving Us From Monitor Terrorism?

Have you ever encountered a situation where you’re mixing sound and you begin to notice that the changes you are making to your house mix don’t seem to be making a difference? 433 more words


Electrical Systems for A/V Equipment - Part 2

Paul concludes his discussion on the power systems for lighting and sound systems this week-please take a moment to share your appreciation and thoughts with him for his time in contributing this information: Paul.Austen@ecd.com… 958 more words


March 31 – Postgame Audio

Please follow the link below to access audio of Hurricanes Head Coach Bill Peters following the team’s 4-2 loss against the Washington Capitals at Verizon Center on Tuesday. 28 more words


Electrical Systems for AV Equipment - Part 1

One of devoted few who have been following this blog, Paul Austen, has graciously assisted me in covering this most important topic. I bring up, again, the importance of knowing what you don’t know, and in this case, I feel that Paul’s experience far exceeds my own, and so I leave you in his capable hands for this week. 1,196 more words