Sunday, March 26, 2017

To minimize leakage during live mixing

One of the most common issues during a live mix for some instruments or a band is the mic leakage or also called bleed....

Getting Great Sound in your YouTube Videos

YouTube is the predominant way we share video content today, but not all YouTube videos are created equal. One major difference between a great...

Difference between Echo, Reverb and Delay

When working on music and want to add some nice room ambiance to a vocal track that has been recorded dry, add reverb. But...

Pokémon Go : All about game, where to download.

Meet Pokémon GO, the game that has gained popularity worldwide. Making the people roam here and there in search of Pokemons. The hit game...

4-cable Method for connecting a guitar amplifier to a multi-effects pedal

The “four-cable method” refers to a way to connect a compatible guitar multi-effects pedal to a guitar amplifier. Some digital multi-effects pedals have multiple...

6 Must-have Mics for Live Sound

Translating a performance to a live audience begins with the mic. Every sound source that is not plugged line level directly into the console,...

Smartphone battery : Catching Fire or Exploding – All explained

In recent weeks, there have been multiple cases about battery explosions. Especially with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The battery of the Note 7...

Differences Between Preamp and Power Amp Distortion

Preamp distortion results when you distort/overload a guitar amp’s preamp, and power amp distortion results when you distort/overload the power amp section. If you...

Seven Equalising tips for Live Sound

1. Reset the Board : Seriously, this should go without saying, but in the rush of setting up for live sound, engineers often forget to...