Why Do Concerts Sound So Bad? – ProSoundWeb

Why Do Concerts Sound So Bad? – ProSoundWeb

Concert sound reinforcement equipment is better than ever, yet we’re frequently burdened with a mess of auditory goo that just sucks the enjoyment from a live event.

I know a place here in Tucson that should really pay attention to Bobby O.’s words of wisdom. I’ve walked out of high-priced shows because the sound wasn’t just awful, it was painful.

Production Expert | Has The Home Studio Dream Become A Nightmare?

Production Expert | Has The Home Studio Dream Become A Nightmare?

This article is not an advert for easy-to-use plug-ins or indeed a polemic against complex software. Neither am I arguing that a professional studio is better than a home studio, both have their merits.

A thoughtful look at DIY vs. bespoke. I know where the “real” studios are. I plan to use them. But I do love working at my desk at home.

A Philosophical Guide to the Role(s) of an Audio Engineer — Pro Audio Files

A Philosophical Guide to the Role(s) of an Audio Engineer — Pro Audio Files

Record production is a team sport. From writers to producers to artist to engineers to managers and A&Rs, the goal is to create a song, cement it in time, and get it out to listeners. So where does the engineer fit into this picture? What exactly is our role, what are our boundaries and what are our expectations?

De facto producer when one is not present. Yes, that would be a really good starting point.

Why Start Blogging Again

I read a lot of blogs and news sites.

I find lots of interesting articles, things to learn from.

I am dutifully keeping the important text saved in my working journal.

I need to share my plan of study and work to keep me on my toes.

Stay tuned for a discourse on how to abuse Scrivener as a live notebook.