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Mark Frink

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YOUR Tech RIDER Part 1

How often does out-of-date stage documentation cause last-minute panic, doubled efforts and wasted time? Enough that when working for a sound vendor at

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CARVER ZEROPOINT 3-D SESSION

Having tried expensive boutique cables before, I approached Carver Professional's ZEROpoint high-definition cables with suspicion. On the other hand,

New Products

NSCA Expo 2001

Appropriately located between the Travel & Leather and the Electronic House trade shows in the cavernous Orlando Convention Center, the 21st Annual National

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Sabine Graphi-Q

MULTIFUNCTION PROCESSOR Sabine's Graphi-Q is a true multifunction digital processor, offering front panel controls for 31 bands of graphic equalization,

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IN-EAR MONITORS

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

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Why Louder Sounds Better

All too often we hear complaints that the sound is too loud at concerts. Further, widespread enactment of sound control regulations often requires concert

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Year-End Tax Tips

A few lucky road dogs are going to get a little something extra in a few months. Their money back. From the Government.If you've...

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Aphex 1788 Remote Preamp

The Aphex 1788 is a full-featured, 8-channel, remotely-controllable microphone preamplifier offering excellent sound quality plus two inventions: continuously

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Ashly Protea: 24-BIT DIGITAL EQ

The Ashly Protea 4.24G is a rackmount digital equalizer featuring four independent channels of 11/43-octave graphic equalization, plus high and lowpass

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THE BOSTON POPS LIVE ON TOUR

For their 1998 Christmas tour, the Pops carried their own production for the first time in the group's touring history, squeezing sound and lights...

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ADVICE FOR YOUNG ENGINEERS

All of our interviewees value the experienced staff and freelancers they employ, and offered the following tips to young would-be sound engineers.Ken

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