Professional Sound Reinforcement Techniques: Tips and Tricks of a Concert Sound Engineer
This witty and informative book demonstrates the finer points of live sound mixing from the perspective of an industry veteran with a proven track record. Through his easy-to-understand tips, readers will learn the secrets that Yakabuski's used to make Van Halen, Aerosmith, Julio Iglesias and others sound great. Professional Sound Reinforcement Techniques gives unique insight into a wide variety of general and specific live sound topics, from PA system setup and band politics to zone equalization and signal processing.
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Building Your PA
Setting up the System
Working with the Audio Team
Managing Your Time
Thinking It Through
Working with Drums
Effects and Signal
Before the Lights Go Out
In the Heat of Battle
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