Column speakers are seeing a renaissance in live production in the same way line arrays did in the 1990s. While it may be hard to remember this now, in the early 1990s, line array loudspeaker designs were considered very much old hat and associated with
As musicians, we’ve got far better things to do than rushing to be on time for soundcheck. Choosing an outfit, hairstyle, a few bevs whilst watching the cricket pre-gig are just a few of the distracting “priorities” that can plague a musician. Without the employ
Having the right mics in your arsenal is of utmost importance for any live engineer, whether out on the road with a touring act, working in-house at a local venue or house of worship. In this article, we’re going to look at the main sound
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.
The legends over at AKG have given us an exclusive first look at their brand-new line of professional headphones. First announced in 2017, the new line has finally landed in Australia with three models in the range, the K-175, the K-245 and lastly the K-275.
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
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