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Worship MD Debuts “Advanced Audio Seminar”

By Robert Lindquist

When we go to a concert, we expect the audio, lighting and visuals to be over the top. If the sound is anything less than punchy and precise, we’re apt to be disappointed. Fortunately, the engineers handling the sound for major touring artists know exactly how to get the “suck” out of the system so […]

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Mackie ProDX8 — A 6-Pack To Go

By Robert Lindquist

Over the past few years, I’ve used and reviewed several digital mixers—often times learning them on-the-fly while working with live bands. While I don’t profess to have earned my digital black belt, I have enjoyed learning the kicks. At the moment, my go-to for most events is a PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2AI. I have other favorites […]

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PreSonus Debuts StudioLive AR USB Hybrid Mixers

By Robert Lindquist

PreSonus says its StudioLive® AR USB-series hybrid mixers are lightweight, versatile, and feature-rich, “musician’s mixers,” packed with analog connections and digital tools for live performance and studio use. The series includes three models: the 18-channel StudioLive AR16 USB, 14-channel StudioLive AR12 USB, and 8-channel StudioLive AR8 USB. The StudioLive AR USB mixers are equipped with […]

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NY Tax Credit = More Music, More Jobs

By Robert Lindquist

In New York State, the Excelsior Jobs Program was created to provide tax credits for strategic high tech, bio-tech, clean-tech and manufacturing businesses—and last year, the legislature added “music production firms” as an eligible industry. While the addition recognized the strategic importance of the music industry in creating high-quality jobs, Excelsior was not built to […]

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Review: Shure QLX-D Wireless Mics

By Robert Lindquist

My life would have been better if Shure had never even sent me these microphones. I was quite content with the mics I have been using. Was it really necessary for them to tease me with these wireless wonders and then send a big brown truck, armed with call tags, to pry them from my […]

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7 Minutes With Intergalactix

By Robert Lindquist

  Multi-instrumentalist production duo Intergalactix features the talents of longtime friends & collaborators Kristian Attard and Serg Dimitrijevic. Originally from Sidney, Australia, the two collided in Los Angeles in 2013. Their new double-sided EP “S.T.S – R.N.D” is (according to the press releases) “a rich melodic electro-indie record that propels the listener deep into otherworldly […]

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Show This To Your Band’s Lighting Tech

By Waldo Watts

The HEXCON from ADJ is a 36-channel DMX controller that was specifically designed for our “HEX Series” products. Up to 6, RGBAW+UV, LED fixtures or fixture groups can independently be controlled via six fixture buttons. All ADJ HEX series fixtures or fixture groups must be set to run in DMX mode and be addressed at […]

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H-Reverb Plug-In Now Available

By Robert Lindquist

According to Ken “Pooch” Van Druten (Linkin Park, Kid Rock, Kiss) “H-Reverb (From Waves Audio) is the ultimate customizable reverb! It’s my new go-to. It just sounds amazing. What makes high-end hardware units sound so great is the reverb tail. The very end of the reverb in most plugins has bad breakup. H-Reverb has a […]

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Digital Consoles Reimagine Small to Mid Format Mixer Segment

By Robert Lindquist

Yamaha has introduced the new  digital consoles that represent quite a rethink in how we mix a live performance. The TF series (which stands for TouchFlow Operation™) comprises three compact, performance-packed digital mixing consoles, the TF5, TF3 and TF1, which feature 33, 25, or 17 motor faders, respectively, along with 32, 24, or 16 rear-panel […]

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