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Who the hell is Finn?

A while back I was lucky to work with the talented and incredibly hard working Stefan Kraatz on his new unsigned project Finn.

The singer… 59 more words


The Mental Side of Listening and Mixing Like a Pro

The following text was posited on the SynAudCon list serve in 2012. It represents a non-technical perspective on the art of mixing live sound.

Like many of the sage voices that contribute to the SynAudCon list serve, I too have several decades of experience working in and around pro sound. 1,155 more words

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UPDATE- long time coming

I have been away from my site for a while and things have been gone to the wayside. 

I have been busy trying to make ends meet, as most of us do, with a not-so-industry related job, managing a coffee shop. 219 more words

Welcome to our site!

We’d like to welcome you all to our new website! We will be uploading photos, videos, and audio from all of the shows that we work to give you a glimpse of what we do, and how we do it! 23 more words

Audio Engineer

Audio Engineer

I have the coolest job in the world. I have the opportunity to listen to live music every day. How rad is that?

Unfortunately, I will be moving away from a job that I adore, but I have many more adventures in store from me. 112 more words

No Need for Headroom in the Bedroom

Essentially, headroom is the space between the highest level a track reaches, and the level where clipping occurs.

If you’re a pro and submitting your mix for mastering at an external resource, you should give headroom (between -3 dB and -6 dB) on your master output. 135 more words

Bass Divided

I already written about side-chain compression, so here’s a tip how to use it in a more subtle – yet effective – way: separate the bass in low, mid and high frequencies and then have the kick drum trigger the compression only on the low end of the bass. 87 more words