Stage Collapses–A Player’s Perspective
This was originally posted on SPL's sister site for musicians L2PNet.com--The Live2Play Network. At the reqiest of some of the[...]
Martin Frey On Preparation, Musical Range and Listening To Lots Of Music
Wow, it's been while. Our first sit-down with Shrek. At the Railhead venue inside Boulder Station in, Las Vegas NV.[...]
Getting the Gig Right Starts Early
The great thing about teaching is that it helps one organize their thoughts into cohesive ideas. The other day, while[...]
The Politics of Live Sound Mixing and the Sacrificial Lamb
OH yes, the politics.  The dirty little secret of live sound mixing.  I believe that, on any given day, 50%[...]
Kerrie Mondy
For someone who only began working in live sound 2 1/2 years ago, Kerrie Mondy is a very busy woman.[...]
'Tis the Season To Be Mixing
By Jamie Rio As we go through the holiday season I think it is very important to embrace all the[...]
Mixing Live Jazz Shows
There are very few hard and fast rules to mixing any kind of music, but here are some techniques that[...]
To Road Or Not To Road
I remember my first tour show. In the Bronx. A club called French Charlie’s. The floor was covered with a[...]
Welcome to Choice Fatigue
By ROBERT SCOVILL It’s a phrase born of the new millennium and I assure you it is most definitely real.[...]
It's That Time of the Year
It’s festival season. Systems Engineers all over the world are pouring over riders and input lists, programming consoles and system[...]
Life In The Bubble
By Quake (Editor’s Note: It’s always great to welcome a new face to the family. Recently we published the first[...]
The Worst Part of Being an Engineer
For me, it is the aggravation of not being able to put on the best show possible or to not[...]

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