BeatBox Installs Danley Sound

Aug 15, 2011

New San Francisco live music venue BeatBox is the first club on the West Coast to feature Danley Sound Labs loudspeakers and subwoofers. BeatBox occupies a completely renovated warehouse and features a 25-foot ceiling, a private mezzanine, exposed brick, exposed steel latticework and a long line of skylights that can be unveiled when desired. The 30x10-foot stage is completely modular: It can move to different locations and take on different configurations, such as a tall stack for a DJ or a long thrust for a fashion show....

Harrah's North Carolina Brings in d&b System

Aug 9, 2011

Harrah's Cherokee Casino and Hotel (Cherokee, N.C.) recently underwent a new sound system install, handled by PXS Audiovisual Technologies (Covington, La.) and overseen by director of engineer John McGovern. The venue's production supervisor, Ryan Hargis, says this on the d&b audiotechnik J Series install: ...

Acentech Spruces Up Venue

Aug 1, 2011, By Sarah Benzuly

The Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, a 420-seat, 13,000-square-foot performance hall in Stowe, Vt., hosts a variety of music, dance and theater performances, as well as lecture and video presentations, and cinema screenings. Acentech (Boston) designed the A/V systems and acoustics of the space, which is particularly well-suited to unamplified and lightly amplified music gigs. ...

FixIt: Luke Bryan Monitor Engineer Ed Janiszewski

Aug 1, 2011

I have one musician who requests changes more frequently than the rest of the band. In the past, it meant flipping to his mix to make the changes. On the [DiGiCo] SD8, I have one of the three sets of assignable rotary encoders assigned to his mix, which means it’s always accessible without flipping banks or hitting a button, and I still have the other two sets of encoders for other purposes. Also, having two talkbacks is really helpful. I have one assigned to the crew mixes and one for the musicians...

Metric Halo to the Theater

Aug 1, 2011, By Sarah Benzuly

Paul Kavicky, owner/operator of Pater Street Audio Company (Columbus, Ohio), is working the FOH position for Threesixty Theater’s production of Peter Pan, which will run in four different cities for a total of 350 shows. In his home studio, he creates and records sound effects and voice-overs for theatrical work. New to his space are six Metric Halo FireWire interfaces with eight I/Os each: four 288s, an LIO-8 and a ULN-8. ...

Shocklee Brings JBL For Road Gigs

Jul 19, 2011

While a founding member of Public Enemy, Keith Shocklee has also racked up hip-hop production credits for the likes of Ice Cub, Paula Abdul and Janet Jackson, among others, as well as a principal and artistic leader of Power5, a global talent management and marketing/branding company. While on the road for his DJ gigs, he brings along his JBL PRX600 Series powered portable loudspeakers, while using LSR4300 Series studio monitors for writing and producing new music. ...

FixIt: Neon Trees Monitor Engineer Mike Bangs

Jul 1, 2011

We are sharing preamps between monitors and FOH and doing a digital split from the monitor console’s [Allen & Heath] iDR-32, so our FOH snake is just one Cat-5 cable. The second iDR-32 MixRack is currently being used for the FOH console’s DSP. That will change when we start headlining on our next tour. We will go with more stereo instruments for Neon Trees, and we will use the second iDR-32 to handle support band inputs without having to unpatch anything. Since the iDR-32 is basically the brains of the console, it’s all I need for a fly date. ...

Ribbons on the Road

Jul 1, 2011, By Steve La Cerra

Ask an engineer if they’ve used a ribbon microphone in a live setting, and you’re likely to get a reaction that goes something like “Are you out of your mind? ! ?” Old school. “Too delicate!” Hogwash. “Figure-8 patterns are impossible to deal with on a stage with loud instruments!” Poppycock. “Phantom power will blow it up!” Um, maybe if your cables aren’t up to spec. It was only a matter of time until the studio ribbon revival that started in the late 1990s would reach the stage. But is it really possible to use ribbons on a tour? Can they survive? Is their meek output level a problem? Read on. ...

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