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Loud Monitors–Are you Responsible if Your Artist Goes Deaf?

By Robert Caprio / April 6, 2015

After mixing monitors for a well known female artist last night I got to wondering: who is ultimately responsible for an artist’s hearing, if not the artist themself? From my point of view it seems logical to think that the next person besides the artist themselves bears that burden, and in a typical concert environment […]

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Scared For 40 Years

By Pooch / April 6, 2015

Just got done doing a show in Moscow, Russia. You may have seen some hype for the new Transformers 3 movie. Pictures here. Video Here. Linkin Park has a long standing relationship with the franchise, and we were there to perform for the big movie premiere. All of the stars were out and even our […]

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How Does It Sound Now?

By Bill Evans / April 6, 2015

By The Bard of the Board We live in a media saturated environment where we are constantly receiving and processing excessive amounts of information which we then file and store away in the recesses of our over worked and over stimulated brains. Often we disseminate this information as verified knowledge on our behalf and, more […]

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A Friend I Never Met

By Bill Evans / April 6, 2015

I never got to meet Steve Jobs. But he changed my life more than once. The stuff Apple makes has become central in my professional and personal life. But that has been happening since the mid-1980s. I was on the staff of my college newspaper which was still using typewriters and brought in my first […]

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Why Sound Guys Will Survive the Apocolypse

By Bill Evans / April 4, 2015

By Corey Poulin There are two stages to every apocalypse scenario: the initial impact and the survival afterward. Both can be tricky to prepare for, and having one plan that satisfies both issues is almost impossible. There will always be a factor of unknown. There are simply too many things that can happen for even […]

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Life In The Bubble

By spladmin / March 26, 2015

By Quake (Editor’s Note: It’s always great to welcome a new face to the family. Recently we published the first blog on SPL from Toby Francis and we hope it will be the first of many. Now, the emotional fallout from the death of industry legend ML Procise has—in a roundabout way—brought in another new […]

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