Interview with Go-Go Ray, Jason Willer, Jonathan Ulman, Russ Gold, and Zil about how live sound engineers and drummers can work together to control the sound level of shows in small rooms and a lot of psychological and technical hacks on how to make a drum kit quieter on stage.
Key Takeaways Live Sound Basics covers important fundamentals normally taught in the first year of a university program. Instant Feedback-Killer Battle Plan will get you started on the right foot with thinking about stage layout for better gain before feedback. Check out the Great Church Sound mobile app for a free soundcheck checklist. Live Sound Basics […]
This is a list of the best free and paid training for live sound engineers online today. I included all webinars, courses, and certifications I could find that required a deep time commitment from the student and excluded shorter demos and casual videos. Did I miss something important? Comment below and let me know. Free […]
Interview with Chris Huff from Behind The Mixer about how to find the perfect volume for your show without an SPL meter, why your wireless microphones might stop working tomorrow, and what to do when disaster strikes.
Hypothesis: Through 10 minute sessions of daily ear training I will increase the speed and accuracy of my pitch detection and EQ application. Why: I’m sick of guessing and sweeping with the parametric EQ. I want to nail it every time. I don’t want to fear microphone feedback anymore. Ringing out stage monitors is a […]