The Aha Moment: You Are Either Growing or You Are Dying
Peter Janis explains why first-class manufacturing, a well-oiled administration and excellent customer service are important, but mean nothing without sales.
The METAlliance Report: Make the Most of Your Room
By Frank Filipetti. These days, any space can suddenly become a recording studio. If you’re working in an up-and-coming facility also known as the...
Mix Blog Live: The Expensive Seats Aren’t Always the Best
One of the issues that I deal with on a constant basis is making a P.A. sound good for the front rows of a...
Mix Blog Studio: Something Is Rotten in Copyright Land
A couple of weeks ago, Katy Perry and some members of her production team were hit with a $2.8 million copyright-infringement verdict, which stated...
What’s the Buzz? How to Knock Unwanted Noise Out of Your System
That hum in the system has got to go—here’s how to banish it to audio oblivion.
Mix Blog Live: Resurrecting an Audio Dinosaur, Part 3
When last we left my Ampex 351 Audio Dinosaur, I had installed a newly rebuilt power supply, ensuring that all sections of the 351...
The Aha Moment: Controlling Your Own Destiny, Part Two
Peter Janis delves deeper into controlling your pro audio company’s destiny.
Mix Blog Live: Resurrecting an Audio Dinosaur, Part 2
At the close of the first episode of “Resurrecting an Audio Dinosaur,” my lovely Ampex 351 tape machine channel was alive and working—though I...
Software Tech: Will Podcasts Elevate the Small Studio?
By Craig Anderton. While podcasting started out with homegrown audio, listeners’ expectations are rising fast—creating a new opportunity for audio pros.
The Aha Moment: Controlling Your Own Destiny, Part One
By Peter Janis. Change is inevitable. In business, you are either growing or dying a slow death; no business simply stays the same.