Growing up, I’d stay awake each New Year’s Eve to watch the telecast of the Times Square ball drop. It was always a bright, ...read more →
Editors note: This article was originally published in 1997, but the information is still relevant today. You can read and comment on the original ...read more →
By understanding proximity effect we can avoid unwanted bass or can take advantage of it when we need some extra low.
For many engineers, the term “sound check” refers to the time the band hits the stage before the gig, plays a few numbers, has ...read more →
Effective practices in the overall approach at every gig
What I've noticed about people in the studio, and how you can plan for success.
Dear Casey – I am having issues trying to get my mix big sounding every Sunday. I want a huge sounding mix. How do ...read more →
I’ve found that when you introduce yourself as an audio engineer, people expect you to know things. The word “engineer” seems to impress them. ...read more →
In the world of recording there are numerous kinds of effects. However, often there are more terms and details specific to each device than ...read more →
Running sound for worship services can be tough. You might not have a lot of practical experience. Maybe the entire crew is made up ...read more →
The most utilized, least respected, piece of gear is the DI box and that needs to change. This signal converter guarantees we have a ...read more →
With the rise of personal monitor mixers, the Sunday morning sound tech has had to worry less and less about the monitor mix for ...read more →