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.
The SVC Interview: Grace Community Church, Bryan Levy
In Brentwood, Tennessee, near Nashville, Grace Community Church had outgrown its sanctuary and decided to build a big new one. They called in Integrated Production Solutions (IPS) to handle...
AES Offers Membership the Mike Dias-led Human Connection Class “Nobody Likes Networking”
— The three-session, member-exclusive, limited-attendance online course “Nobody Likes Networking: A Practical Human Connection Class for Audio Professionals” begins January 27 — New York, NY — The Audio Engineering Society...