Live Gear

On the Road

By Mix Staff | Jan 01, 2004

Christian Seger Working for the past 18 months with new country sensation Pat Green, front-of-house mixer Christian Seger has settled into road life. Mix caught up with him as he was gearing for...

Dedicated Speaker Processors

By Mark Frink | Jan 01, 2004

Assuming that you've got the basics (decent speakers and solid amplification) in place, the best makeover for any live sound system can be a new digital speaker processor, a session with a...

The Doctor Is In the House

By Paul D. Lehrman | Dec 01, 2003

Does anybody remember life before sound systems? Once upon a time, when music was played by unamplified instruments, the instruments' construction determined

FixIt

By Mix Staff | Dec 01, 2003

Robert Scovill Six-time TEC Award-winner Robert Scovill has done thousands of shows and recordings for acts such Def Leppard, Rush, Matchbox 20, Jackson

New Sound Reinforcement Products

By Mix Staff | Dec 01, 2003

CREST HP-EIGHT CONSOLE Crest's (www.crestaudio.com) new HP-Eight console is an 8-bus board designed for use in install and portable markets. The console

FixIt

By Mix Staff | Nov 01, 2003

Mark Frink is k.d. lang's monitor engineer and Mix's sound reinforcement editor. Here are some quick fixes for onstage sound: Try placing sidefills low

FixIt: Jim Yakabuski

By Mix Staff | Oct 01, 2003

Known for his seven years as FOH for Van Halen, Jim Yakabuski has recently worked for Avril Lavigne and Matchbox Twenty.

FixIt

By Mix Staff | Sep 01, 2003

As the FOH mixer for acts such as Bon Jovi, Enrique Iglesias, John Mellencamp and Sheryl Crow, Dave Eisenhauer knows about dealing with noise levels created by cheering fans.

BSS FDS-366 OmniDrive Compact Plus

By Mark Frink | Aug 01, 2003

I carry my Technomad ProRack to every one-off. It contains three key pieces of audio gear that I don't feel comfortable without: The Midas XL-42 (reviewed in Mix, March '02) is a piece of the rock ...

Travel in the Post-9/11 World

By Mark Frink | Aug 01, 2003

It's the end of an era. Or at least the beginning of the end. Soon, the last Concorde will fly. Last year, major carriers lost $16 billion and are flying

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