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Live Audio : The Art of Mixing a Show

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  • Author:
    SWALLOW Dave
  • ISBN:
    9780240816043
  • Publication Date:
    23/12/2010
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    256
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Focal Press
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Live Audio : The Art of Mixing a Show
Live Audio : The Art of Mixing a Show

Live Audio : The Art of Mixing a Show

Regular price $89.99
Unit price
per
  • Author:
    SWALLOW Dave
  • ISBN:
    9780240816043
  • Publication Date:
    23/12/2010
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    256
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    Focal Press
  • Country of Publication:
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    Whether you are working FOH at The Garden or Wembly or mixing in a small club, good live sound engineering requires more than plugging in some amplifiers and turning a few volume knobs. Every venue is different, from a small bar to an outdoor arena and each brings its own challenges - it's your job as the live sound engineer to work with and control the acoustics and make sure the band sounds great.
    This all in one guide to live sound will take you through step by step the entire process of working a live show, Author Dave Swallow combines a lively writing style and real world examples with essential details covering the technical and practical aspects of the job; choosing the right equipment; being creative with the tools you are given; important aspects of live mixing; working with the band; gear lists for featured tours; and, getting started and getting the gig.

    The supporting website includes videos of shows, with gear tips and techniques, set up and stage plots. Dave Swallow, renowned live sound engineer, tours internationally and has mixed for acts including La Roux, The Hoosiers, Amy Winehouse, Corinne Bailey Rae - and worked venues from the main stage at Glastonbury, London's Astoria to the local bar, offers invaluable insight into what the pros do, how they do it, what they do it with.
    Authors extensive in the trenches experience with big name artists. It offers practical hands on approach to mixing live sound, including real world examples. It covers the most up to date equipment, including modern digital consoles.

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Whether you are working FOH at The Garden or Wembly or mixing in a small club, good live sound engineering requires more than plugging in some amplifiers and turning a few volume knobs. Every venue is different, from a small bar to an outdoor arena and each brings its own challenges - it's your job as the live sound engineer to work with and control the acoustics and make sure the band sounds great.
This all in one guide to live sound will take you through step by step the entire process of working a live show, Author Dave Swallow combines a lively writing style and real world examples with essential details covering the technical and practical aspects of the job; choosing the right equipment; being creative with the tools you are given; important aspects of live mixing; working with the band; gear lists for featured tours; and, getting started and getting the gig.

The supporting website includes videos of shows, with gear tips and techniques, set up and stage plots. Dave Swallow, renowned live sound engineer, tours internationally and has mixed for acts including La Roux, The Hoosiers, Amy Winehouse, Corinne Bailey Rae - and worked venues from the main stage at Glastonbury, London's Astoria to the local bar, offers invaluable insight into what the pros do, how they do it, what they do it with.
Authors extensive in the trenches experience with big name artists. It offers practical hands on approach to mixing live sound, including real world examples. It covers the most up to date equipment, including modern digital consoles.