Using effects like reverb, delay and modulation is standard practice in the recording studio — you’ve no doubt heard it all over your favourite records. But we’re not here to delve into the intricacies of getting the right effects settings on a recording, but rather
Being able to take your music or performance anywhere can be a very desirable thing for many musicians and performers alike. If you’re a street performer having something portable and preferably battery powered is desirable. If you want to take your act to another space,
The battle between digital and analogue has raged across a number of platforms in the music industry. Both sides have their fans and detractors and the debate rages on. However, in the world of live mixing, this argument has been the mainstay for the elite.
Karen Leng is an Australian broadcasting legend. A champion of the underground, Karen had a 30-year long running show on 3RRR, was a Triple J host in the 90s and was a part of the seminal music show Recovery on ABC TV. She now hosts
It’s the first thing that punters will complain about at a gig; “the vocals aren’t loud enough”. Even at large-scale concerts with seasoned professionals in control, this can be a problem. It’s an issue caused by a combination of the human sensitivity to how the
The Yolngu people of North East Arnhem Land are the cultural owners of the yidaki (known sometimes by the introduced term ‘didgeridu’). Yidaki is a central part of life for the Yolngu, and are used in ceremony and healing. Yidaki is born from the nature
The festive season may be over but the fun does not need to stop! There are a myriad of exciting musical things happening over the summertime, with something to keep every kind of music fan engaged. We’ll meet you out there in the heat; a
If you’re just starting out in your career in pro audio, it’s hard to get your first real paid job. Maybe you’ve been learning your way around a mixer at school, in church, or at gigs for your friend’s band. You’ve probably figured out by