Guides

Sound Effects Libraries

By GARY ESKOW | Apr 01, 2001

Sound effects creation has changed dramatically over the years. So has the way in which effects are packaged and sold. Fragile tapes and LPs that degenerated

Multichannel POWER Amplifiers

By Michael Cooper | Mar 01, 2001

The recent release of the first DVD-A titles from Warner Music Group has spurred renewed interest in multichannel amplifiers for surround sound applications.

Line Arrays

By Chris Michie | Mar 01, 2001

FOR THE PAST TWO DECADES, most large-scale sound systems have been configured as multicabinet typically made up of components either purchased from a

Outboard Gear: Who Uses What, and Why?

By ROBERT HANSON AND CHRIS MICHIE | Sep 01, 2000

OUR PANEL OF EXPERTS NAME THEIR FAVORITE OUTBOARD PROCESSORS Every month, Mix devotes a large portion of its editorial pages to new product announcements

Top-of-the-Line Mic Preamps

By Roger Maycock | Apr 01, 2000

Mic preamps are unquestionably one of the recording studio's "essential ingredients" for capturing the best sounding signal. Whether you're looking to

IN-EAR MONITORS

By Mark Frink | Feb 01, 2000

In-Ear Monitors (IEMs) offer significant benefits for the performing musician, but they also place higher requirements on users, operators and their equipment.

More and More Music Libraries

By David John Farinella | Sep 01, 1999

There's something very "What came first, the chicken or the egg?" about the world of music libraries. Is it the world of pop music that drives music library

TOURING LOUDSPEAKERS: BUYER'S GUIDE

By Chris Michie | Jan 01, 1999

Touring loudspeaker systems are a big-ticket item for any sound company, national or regional. And, unlike outboard gear or microphones, new packages

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