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[...]
It's That Time of the Year
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Kevin Madigan On the Crosby/Nash Express
Kevin Madigan took some time out from a Crosby and Nash one-off in Las Vegas to talk with SPL about[...]
Miking a Guitar Amp WIthout a Mic Stand
When you get to the point where you are playing rooms big enough where you have to actually mic your[...]
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.[...]
It's December Again
It’s that time of year when many of us find ourselves winding down for the season. Festivals are all but[...]
Time is Blowing In the Wind
Stevie Wonder's performance at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25th Anniversary show was off the hook. And a[...]
Too Loud? It's Complicated
 Oh boy, “how loud is too loud” is one sticky wicket. What seems like such a simple concept is actually[...]
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[...]
Thunder Audio, Deep Purple and an Orchestra
A legendarily loud band with an orchestra on a tour just about long enough to get things really dialed in[...]
Polarity Versus Phase
One of the most often misused terms among audio people is “phase”.  “Sound’s like it’s out of phase...” seems to[...]
I AM An Artist
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