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[...]
I AM An Artist
BY KEITH NACHODSKY   It was about ten minutes until doors. I was the sound engineer for the show. Something[...]
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[...]
I Don't Care if It's Black Sabbath Or the Pope
I was fortunate to work several campaign events this year.  At the most recent one there was a heavy emphasis[...]
Keep Them Dancing
By Brad Madix   Ed. Note: We sent the linked article to a couple of A-list engineers who sent us[...]
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[...]
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.[...]
Synergy: The Mix Engineer And The System Engineer Relationship
BY MARTIN FREY   As a live FOH mix engineer, I’ve made it my business over the years to learn[...]
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[...]
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Aretha said it best. You either have it or you don’t and these days I see less and less of[...]
Feeling the Squeeze
By Chris Musgrave I have read many articles that do their utmost best to describe mixing music. Some say we are[...]
Strangeways Here We Come
I've known for some time now that I do certain things differently than most other engineers and techs I meet. [...]

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