"We stream to 9 locations and online, if the word isn’t heard it's game over."
A well-engineered multi-zone wireless microphone system at the newly renovated Cathedral of the Holy Cross
Cinematographer, sound recordist, and extremophile Pablo Durana took our Diversity Fin antenna where few antennas have gone before
A bulletproof road kit that could withstand the rigors of outdoor environments and wirelessly congested airbases
This isn’t the first time we’ve stressed just how important antenna distribution is for high performing multi channel wireless microphone and in-ear monitor systems.
Complications become exponentially greater, especially when working at larger venues
“After completing high school I did one year of marketing and an extra year of computer sciences, but then decided that audio was the way for me to go.”
Got a big RF gig coming up and worried about how you'll handle the spectrum and all those frequencies?
A complex stage rig and multi-channel RF setup
“I'm involved with several large annual conferences, where it's not uncommon to have roughly 200 channels of RF, all within close proximity."
“I met MercyMe in 1996 when they were in town doing a concert at our church."
If you've installed any wireless system, you know the actual installation is only half the battle.
Chris Howland, one of the busiest sound mixers in Los Angeles today
My main focus is location sound. I wear a sound bag and carry a boom, and have wireless, and so on. I’ve been doing that longer than sports A2 and utility.
Skillet’s tour zigzagged across the European subcontinent over a total of 22 gigs
Metallica’s shows requires heavy use of RF, and their literally explosive and high-voltage stage machinery devastates whatever quality remains after they coordinate freqs.
At INBOUND15 there were two main areas where production companies worked
This May, Shakespeare in the Park opened with a six week run of The Tempest, and continues July 23rd through August 23rd with Cymbeline
It solved a lot of the RF challenges that come with large-scale festivals
Antennas formed the backbone for a dozen delay towers at the CBGB music festival
"It would work one day, and then stop working the next.”