A mixer is an essential device for recording and performing artists, as well as audio engineers.
You can use a mixer almost anywhere to help meet your audio needs, including at a recording studio, business conference, church event or school play.
If you’re looking for a powerful, reliable and portable mixer, I highly recommend the Yamaha MG166CX 16-Channel Mixer with… Read the rest
President Obama has authorized sweeping changes to the wireless spectrum, hot on the heels of the 700 MHz ban.
What, if anything, will recent FCC recommendations mean for sound engineers and other wireless microphone users?
The Infamous 700 MHz Ban Explained
The FCC’s recent ban on 700 MHz wireless use caused a major shakeup for sound engineers across the U.S.,… Read the rest
Our Forecast for Outdoor Fun
Summer is here — and with it comes a host of outdoor sporting events!
Whether you’re putting together a volleyball tournament or soccer match, you’ll need a sound system to broadcast to fans and enable communication between coaches and officials.
For calling to the players or firing up a tightly packed group of spectators, you… Read the rest
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In the time of COVID-19, the way we interact and communicate with each other must be rethought. Luckily, advances in technology have created diverse audio solutions that make communicating across distance easier and meetings safer. […]
In the world of portable and permanent PA systems, you will usually hear the words "active" and "passive" when describing the type of PA system being used.
This blog will explore what the real differences are, the pro and cons, and why you may want to use one over the other. […]
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