An acoustic piano can often be a difficult instrument to capture in live settings due to a number of factors, especially the inevitable bleed of surrounding instruments. The PianoMic, a stereo omnidirectional rig featuring small-diaphragm Earthworks condensers, is a de facto “system” that goes a long way in simplifying the process of capturing piano, allowing the engineer to work with the lid down with little trouble.
Live Sound Veteran Geri O’Neil Gets Back to Bass-ics with Lectrosonics
Rio Rancho, NM (May 15, 2019) — Geri (pronounced Geary) O’Neil knows more than a thing or two about wireless audio. Working with Jackson, Mississippi-based production company Stagelite Sound,...
Martin Audio Installed in Guerra’s Bachata Rosa Restaurant
Martin Audio CDD is used extensively throughout Dominican singer-songwriter Juan Luis Guerra’s Bachata Rosa restaurant to enhance the musical and gastronomic experience of this unique venue.
Clair Brothers Rocking Live Demos at InfoComm 2018
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: Clair Brothers, professional sound reinforcement technology innovators and manufacturers of today’s premier loudspeaker systems, is set to show off its boldest creations yet at InfoComm 2018...