More from its creator regarding his software that streamlines mixing in the theatre, plus his thoughts as a veteran engineer in the genre.
Parallel processing, by definition, splits a signal and processes the copies separately, but there’s a sinister concern called “latency.”
Working with wireless RF, microphone placement, on-stage sound effects and a full orchestra at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York.
Any time we’re filtering and then summing two coherent signals, we need to be aware of any potential lurking phase demons.
Human judgement will always be part of the equation, because the analyzer only knows how to answer certain questions.
Behind the scenes discussing production techniques with the audio engineer for Daryl Hall’s online concert series.
We can never guarantee success, but we can increase our chances by taking variables off the table.