You Call That Music?
By the end of the 1970s, Frank Zappa had released 28 original albums (including seven two-LP releases), either by the Mothers of Invention or...
Founded in the late 1970s by saxophonist Dan Kuramoto, Hiroshima has had a long and successful career, and the band's 11 albums have sold...
Mixing With the Best
A few years ago, an objective observer might have predicted the end of the large-format live mixing console. Harrison/Showco and Yamaha had both introduced
The extraordinary success of Norah Jones' Come Away With Me, her first full-length album for Blue Note, has taken many people by surprise, not...
MARY J. BLIGE
Out on a world tour since January, Mary J. Blige brought her No More Drama show to the Chronicle Pavilion (Concord, Calif.) in late...
As the accompanying article stresses, any installation plan that includes speaker cabinets suspended above an audience area should be reviewed by a qualified
Digital audio has made steady, if not entirely trouble-free progress in the recording world, and even devout analog believers now accept that their work
Reunited after an 18-year hiatus, Roxy Music embarked on a 50-date, 12-country world tour in June. Mix caught the show at the Chronicle Pavilion,...
Wireless COMES OF AGE
In the '80s, sound designers for Broadway musicals were among the first to use large numbers of wireless microphone systems in live performance. Today,
With two multi-Platinum albums and a Gold-certified single behind them, Sugar Ray have enough of a following to sell out most of the venues...