George Petersen

In Memoriam: Albert Leccese (1953-2010) 
Albert Leccese, co-owner and vice president/director of engineering at Audio Analysts, lost a five-year battle with lung cancer and passed away on July 17
Digital Audio Consoles: More Power In Smaller, "Seat Smart" Packages 
Digital consoles have evolved into a mature technology, and they are not only accepted throughout the industry, but truly dominate major segments of the touring and installation markets
Ten Essential Tips For Surviving The Wireless Transition 
The looming FCC deadline (February 17, 2009) for the digital television changeover that opens analog TV frequencies to other uses will spell changes for many wireless mic users
In Memoriam: Neutrik USA President Jim Cowan, 1956-2008 
Jim Cowan passed away peacefully on November 5, 2008 after a bout with cancer
Tech Review: Consoles Take Center Stage 
Maybe it's the economy or simply a growing demand for smaller footprint boards that consume fewer of those profitable seats in prime main floor spots,
Product Of The Month: TiMax Track the Actors 
Achieving stereo reproduction in the theatre has always been a chancy proposition. The traditional approach usually involves creating the illusion of
Live Audio Jumps At AES 2006 
The annual US conventions of the Audio Engineering Society provide a major showcase for new audio technologies
Audio: Instrumental Mic Techniques 
WHEN STAGING AN EVENT WITH MUSIC, you can't underestimate the important role microphones play in achieving a high-quality sound. As you are probably already aware, omnidirectional microphones are rarely used in sound reinforcement due to problems caused by acoustical feedback. Directional (cardioid and hypercardioid) mics are preferred in live sound applications.
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