LiveSoundInt.com

 
Departments

Home

Subscribe to Live Sound

Subscription Services

Media Kit

Digital Edition

Editorial Archives

Live Sound Staff

Contact Live Sound

ProSoundWeb.com

PSW Home

Live Sound

Recording

Church

Blogs

Study Hall

Resources

Forums

BPA



© 2014
EH Publishing, Inc.
111 Speen Street, Suite 200
Framingham, MA 01701 USA

Send Comments about this site to webmaster @ livesoundint.com

EH Publishing/Live Sound International privacy policy





Live Sound Digital Edition

If you are looking to view an issue between April 2005 and October 2007,
please call Customer Service at 866-891-7238, ext. 294.



2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001

Click on the issue cover to review its articles

JANUARY 2005

 

• Taking The Opry On The Road
• Getting more (and improved) "woof"
• Sacred Sound: Contemporay Trend
• Loudspeaker Power Ratings
• RF Solutions for now and the future
More...

MARCH 2005

 

• Compression in the live world
• Line Arrays go Hollywood
• First Person: Tricks of the Trade
• Wireless Jungle: The Next Step
• Sound Off: Networking and transport
• Roundtable: Audio over Ethernet
More...


 

FEBRUARY 2005

 

• Chick Corea and Friends
• The RH Line Array Blueprint
• Coporate Audio
• Digital Consoles
• Tech Topic: EQ
• Micro Files: Mic Techniques
More...

 

Click on the issue cover to review it's articles

JANUARY 2004

 

• Nature and role of impedance
• Mark Gander, the next challenge
• Have a bad customer?
• The mixing torture chamber
• Ongoing acoustical challenges
• Experiencing a true original
More...

MARCH 2004

 

• Want to develop golden ears?
• Factors that make a "good" system
• Building your own monitor wedges
• Street sports get legit concert sound
• Surround: Looking at evolution
• Ins and outs of equipment leasing
More...

MAY 2004

 

• Smoking out with Cypress Hill
• Truth about loudspeaker wire
• How fiber optics really works
• Weather conditions on sound
• Ethernet facts and opinions
• Making cables: Is it worth it?
More...

JULY 2004

 

• Back on the road with Tesla
• Sound at the Coachella Festival
• Line array mics
• The bi-polar nature of sound folks
• Keeping the noise out of a system
• Now, then and the future
More...

SEPTEMBER 2004

 

• Sonics for 3DD and Nickelback
• Get AC grounding correct- or else!
• The lives of service technicians
• Providing "Blue Collar" wireless
• CBGB: Hard & loud for 30 years
• Punch it up on the digital box?
More...

NOVEMBER 2004

 

• 2004 Summer Olympic Games
• Avoid system noise problems
• Keeping up with complex products
• Paying attention to paperwork
• Concert touring in Nashville
• Red Hot Chili Peppers in Europe
More...


 

FEBRUARY 2004

 

• Reinforcing comic Eddie Izzard
• Range of venues for Good Charlotte
• Live recording complications
• Logic to maximize your console
• Control in the sound level arms race
• Catching up with Michelle Sabolchick
More...

APRIL 2004

 

• New sound at the Grand Ole Opry
• Methods in network transport
• Want to torture a sound mixer?
• Simulating audience in soundcheck
• In-house or rental system?
• Proper mixing console gain structure
More...

JUNE 2004

 

• Graphing in 3-D
• Carnival in Rio
• When hearing starts to drift
• Getting a handle on EQ essentials
• The secret life of sales reps
• When lawyers attack
More...

AUGUST 2004

 

• Tuning a system with FFT
• New audio at the Greek Theater
• Fun tricks in the land of DI
• Quality sound in Nigeria
• The "human" side of measurement
• Fending off outside influences
More...

OCTOBER 2004

 

• Where measurement matters
• Attaining quality live recordings
• Repair vs. replace old gear
• Inmates running the asylum?
• Is cheap cheerful?
• Mic techniques: Capture the moment
More...

DECEMBER 2004

 

• Fun & games with amp specifications
• Using an analgo impedance meter
• What is loud? Really loud??
• Rocking the vote
• Sound design: Pritzker Pavillion
• Recording for soundcheck benefit
More...

Click on the issue cover to review its articles

JANUARY 2003

 

• Real World Gear: Stage monitors
• View Points: A matter of ethics
• Audio Basics: Mix monitors & house
• Systems for Beck on tour
• Jim Risgin on corporate audio
• McGrath on mixing the Stones
More...

MARCH 2003

 

• Bruce Jackson's life in sound
• A look at the Lake Contour
• View Points: Mic jargon, eval
• Sacred Sound: Blame for problems
• Sound Off: Hearing protection
• Audio behind prison walls
More...

MAY 2003

 

• Real World Gear: Consoles
• Backstage at the Grammys
• Test your power knowledge
• Viewpoints: Reliance on data
• A walk through Meyer Sound
• Make the most of trade shows
More...

JULY 2003

 

• To IEM or not? A debate
• On tour with Def Leppard
• Madam Butterfly: Sound for opera
• Lyin' arrays? Inside the hype
• Profile: Mixer Deanne Franklin
• Real World Gear - speaker processors
More...

SEPTEMBER 2003

 

• To IEM or not? A debate
• On tour with Def Leppard
• Madam Butterfly: Sound for opera
• Lyin' arrays? Inside the hype
• Profile: Mixer Deanne Franklin
• Real World Gear - speaker processors
More...


 

FEBRUARY 2003

 

• Ear Sense: SPL abuse evidence
• Inside Tori Amos on tour
• Real World Gear: Mic preamps
• Sound in lead role at Apollo
• Audio power and its effects
• Oktava mics - missile incoming
More...

APRIL 2003

 

• Fidelity for hip-hop live
• Amps & transducers, together
• CAD tools for DIY speakers
• Dead inventory and your biz
• The roots of an audio hotbed
• Latest on webcasting
More...

JUNE 2003

 

• On tour in Latin America
• Intensive V-DOSC training
• Quick thinking at clubs
• IEM systems on a budget
• The story of MASS connectors
• Horizontal speaker arrays
More...

AUGUST 2003

 

• To IEM or not? A debate
• On tour with Def Leppard
• Madam Butterfly: Sound for opera
• Lyin' arrays? Inside the hype
• Profile: Mixer Deanne Franklin
• Real World Gear - speaker processors
More...

OCTOBER 2003

 

• To IEM or not? A debate
• On tour with Def Leppard
• Madam Butterfly: Sound for opera
• Lyin' arrays? Inside the hype
• Profile: Mixer Deanne Franklin
• Real World Gear - speaker processors
More...

 

 

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2002

 

• America's largest festival
• Jack's Place: Tubes and dudes
• Real World Gear: Wired vocal mics
• The Rolling Stones START IT UP
• Twenty questions: Microphone quiz
• Theatre Craft: Zone in the delays
More...

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2002

 

• Hollywood Palace's New Sound
• Maryland Sound with Neil Diamond
• Digital Recording in the Rockies
• LiSA, LiSA: An Italian Array
• "Riverton Cemetery" Spooky Sound
• Ghost Story: Bizarre Standing Waves
More...

 

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2002

 

• Robbie McGrath on mixing the Stones
• Sound for NASCAR racing
• Low-frequency behavior models
• Managing monster-wide sheds
• Your genius mix - who owns it?
• Viewpoints: Analysis & intuition
More...