With more and more events being livestreamed/broadcasted, it’s helpful to know how you get your PGM feed nice and hot, but not too compressed. Yamaha CL/QL series are the king of corporate. What the CL/QL Desk DOES Have a nice PGM compressor (Buss Comp 369). Great for smoothing out the RMS levels, but not aContinue reading “How To Get Adequate Program Volume On Yamaha CL/QL Series Desks”
I had the good pleasure of working alongside Nathan Lively for this most recent Presidential Inauguration. Although we’ve been “digital” friends for a few years now, this was the first time we worked together in person – and it also happened to be one of the highest stakes shows of our career : ). WeContinue reading “What We Learned About The LV1 and Loudness Metering In DC – Podcast Interview With Nathan Lively”
The confidence instilled in the musicians you’re serving by moving with generosity and speed. Gain structure. Doing the math and carefully place, aim, and optimize your PA. Keep an immaculate stage, like your mother’s dining room. Unmarked water bottles on stage for your talent. Knowing audio fundamentals, your show’s IO and stage layout, and yourContinue reading “10 Things That Matter More Than Midas Preamps”
Our family eats eggs for breakfast almost every morning. It’s clockwork for me to light my cast iron up on the stove immediately after pouring my morning coffee. When I first started taking over breakfast duties, I was TERRIBLE at making omelettes and sunny side up eggs. Could never nail the flip without breaking theContinue reading “What’s Your Scrambled Egg Policy?”
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