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Maintaining a stress-free sound check does not simply mean that everything is working technically. It's also about keeping a professional, clean and relaxing environment. Read more

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Mic'ing a cast of actors is no small feat. But if you consider these three components of proper mic'ing, you'll be on your way to a great-sounding stage production. Read more

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“Seemingly complex solutions can actually be surprisingly simple.” Read more

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The microphone: It is often the least-thought-about component in the design phase, but it may actually be the most important element in the sound chain. Read more

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Following release of Dante and SLink cards, another addition to the list of protocols and standards SQ supports Read more

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A CPM audio selection guide, this piece includes invaluable insights about planning your investment in a digital mixer. For starters, be sure to leave room for growth: "Multiplying your current inputs by 1.25 or even 1.5 is a good rule of thumb." Read more

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Would you know how to trouble shoot a 70 V loudspeaker system? They were originally designed when most amplifiers and loudspeakers were in the 5- to 35-watt range. But they still have many applications today. Read more

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One of the most useful (and potentially risky) features on many modern digital mixers is the ability to remotely control them with tablets and smartphones. CPM’s report takes a look at what’s good about that, and what’s lukewarm. Read more

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It may be tempting to regard very low frequencies (below 20 Hz) as more of a special effect, better suited to show business than to worship experiences. But this kind of thinking actually runs contrary to hundreds of years of church history. Read more

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If your mixes are in a rut of mind-numbing sameness, it’s time to try something new. Here, in no particular order, are several things you can try to breathe new life into your mixes. Read more

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FOH Engineer Chris McMillan Adds DPA Microphones to Touring Audio Package Read more

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Wirebox Media of Smyrna, Georgia, updates 20-year-old system with Geo array, QL5 console and a Yamaha DME24N digital mix engine Read more

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We found it to be ideal for church applications requiring just a few channels of wireless (up to a maximum of 11) or for adding to an existing house of worship system operating in another frequency band. Read more

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System allows drummers to record performances with added effects Read more

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Users learn console operation in six-chapter course at their own pace and test to earn certificate Read more

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Roland’s M-5000 Digital Audio Console and V-1200HD Video Switcher address functional issues with audio recording and video latency Read more

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Glenn Rogers remains a director of Audiotonix group Read more

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Operating wireless systems is getting more complicated, and the excuse of “Well, it was working earlier,” simply does not hold merit any longer. Read more

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Anthem Community Church in Gainesville, Fla., installs Roland M-5000, selected for flexible use by professionals and volunteers Read more

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With a hole in the middle of the lineup, A&H engineers hit the drawing boards and came up with the nifty new ME-500 personal mixer, a junior sibling to the ME-1 that retails for around $400. Let’s take a look. Read more

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