Live Sound Reinforcement: A Comprehensive Guide to P.A. and Music Reinforcement Systems and Technology

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Thomson Course Technology, 2005 - Music - 359 pages
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Whether readers run sound for a high energy rock band, mix acoustic performers in a small nightclub, or simply want to understand how to set up the PA in their house, "Live Sound Reinforcement, Best Seller Edition" is perfect for anyone serious about operating professional sound reinforcement equipment. In a combined package, this book and DVD guide readers through the ins and outs of sound system components, setups, mixing and troubleshooting, as well as principles and concepts fundamental to live sound reinforcement. The instructional DVD provides hands-on demonstrations, tips and techniques used in real live sound situations from indoor venues to outdoor stages. Readers will learn about sound reinforcement as experts share their experiences, along with tips and tricks that will help take them from beginners to pros in no time. With nearly 3 hours of unprecedented production quality and detailed graphics combined with over 300 pages of expert instruction, this edition is the finest offering on the subject. "Live Sound Reinforcement, Best Seller Edition" is packed with the easy-to-understand, practical information that is necessary to successfully and effectively operate a PA system with professional skills and expertise!

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About the author (2005)

Scott Hunter Stark built a very successful career in the 1980s and 1990s operating a professional live sound company providing audio systems, staging and lighting services to venues in the eastern United States for live concert events. He translated his years of working experience and knowledge into print with the first edition of Live Sound Reinforcement, released in 1996. Today he is a sound system consultant in the Washington, D.C. area

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