Will your wireless mics work next year? No need to worry about that
with Sabine's 2.4 GHz Wireless. Immune from TV interference and
any "White Space" issues, this system provides 70 simultaneous channels
that work everywhere in the world. Find out why this is the only
wireless mic with a future at www.Sabine.com.
We're starting the year off strong! MixLine Live has
been flushed out with more original content: top-selling tours, tips,
product features, "audio in the news" and much more! Let us know what
you think by e-mailing us at email@example.com.
Season of the Club
So we're in the middle of club touring seasonthe
time when you have to make sure that your rider is just right. What's on
your wish list for a club's sound system? Let us know by e-mailing us at
Here's what David Patterson from Nashville tells us:
Lower the volume! This is not a contest.
2. Balance the frequency response. The only time a bass drum
should kick me in the gut is if I'm playing the thing!
3. Most important: Spend some serious cash on proper
acoustic treatment. You can spend the world on an impressive
sound system, but if the space sucks, the sound sucks.
Sennheiser's MKH 8000 series has top audio
professionals smiling. With its incredible accuracy and tremendous range
of accessories, it's adaptable to any requirement-from live sound to
studio recording to score-mixing. Bob Fernandez and Claudia Engelhart
talk more about the MKH 8000...watch the
Today for Remix Hotel Miami 2008!
Remix Hotel Miami is heading to the National Hotel in
South Beach March 27-30 for its sixth annual weekend of music-technology
madness and poolside hysteria. In addition to your favorite Technology
Partners and a killer four-day Beatport Pool Party lineup, Paul van Dyk
will answer your questions in a kickoff keynote interview. Submit
questions for Paul to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get all the latest news and updates at remixhotel.com, and don't forget to
Celebrate 50 Years of Grammys
mixonline.com/grammys for profiles on this year's Grammy nominees!
Coming soon: video from the production truck and so much more!
Get All Geared Up for GDC 2008!
Take a look at Mix's new Game Developers Conference 2008 site,
where you'll get access to our blogs from the showfloor, videos of hot
products and announcements, our special "survival guide" to getting in
and around San Francisco, and much more:
Missed Winter NAMM?
Then check out http://emusician.com/ms/namm08, where you'll find
the editors of EM, Mix and Remix's top
hitsfrom video to podcasts, new product announcements to blogs and
Game Audio Digital Magazine
Hey, game lovers! Put that Wii remote down before you sprain a thumb
again and check out the latest in Mix's new Game Audio
digital magazine. This new monthly mag brings you behind the scenes on
creating sounds for today's hottest titles, from Guitar Hero to
Splinter Cell and Call of Duty, plus hot gear news, tech
pages and spotlights on audio pros like you who've made it big. And if
that's not enough to make you look, we've thrown in some cool giveaways,
if you can find 'em! To check out the current issue, click here!
Monitor engineer Dave Guerin recently road-tested the DiGiCo D5
Version 4 upgrade for The Pogues Christmas tour. Entec Sound and Light
supplied the console, along with the rest of the monitor package (Shure
PSM600 in-ears, APW wedges and d&b C7 sidefills).
[With the upgrade,] now you can easily see the graphic that is
inserted on the selected output and it's immediately available. As soon
as you select the output, the graphic's there. You're listening to the
output, seeing the graphic and can get to it immediately. You can also
be listening to one output, but select a different mix to the one you
are listening to, which means you can adjust the reverb send while
listening to where the reverb is returning to. You couldn't do that
before; you could only see the faders you were listening to at the time.
On "Fairytale of New York," Ella Finer sings the part originally sung by
Kirsty MacColl. Guitarist James Walbourne has a full mix of drums,
accordion, banjo and main vocal, plus his vocal and acoustic. Ella uses
the same wedges but with a totally different mix of just her vocal and a
bit of the main vocal. On an analog desk, there would be lots of buttons
having to be turned off. On the D5, with one fader I can change between
the mix for James and the mix for Ella in the same set of wedges.
Releases Concert Industry Awards Winner
The 19th Annual Pollstar Concert Industry Awards took place February 7,
2008, at the Nokia Theater L.A. Live. Taking top honors for Major Tour
of the Year was The Police (pictured); check out Mix's "Tour
Profile" here. For a complete list of winners, visit http://pollstar.com/news/viewnews.pl?NewsID=9352.
Make Your Tour Go Green
Radiohead has called on Best Foot Forward to look at the carbon and
ecological footprints of two of their recent tours. Check out the
findings and see how you can make your next gig more eco-friendly. MORE
Is This the Last From the Spice Girls?
According to a news story from Billboard Geri Halliwell (aka
Ginger Spice) has said that she doesn't expect a sequel to their current
sold-out tour, Return of the Spice Girls World Tour, which wraps up in a
few days in Toronto. MORE
Sound Company: Rat Sound
FOH Engineer/Board:Jordan Coopersmith/Digidesign VENUE
Monitor Engineer/Board:Bob Strakele/Yamaha PM5DRH
P.A./Amps: L-Acoustics V-DOSC, dV-DOSC, ARCs; Rat Dual 18-inch
subwoofer/L-Acoustics LA48A, Crest 7001/4801, Crown 2400 and 3600,
Monitors: ARC speakers, Rat Dual 18-inch subwoofer, L-Acoustics
Outboard Gear:XTA DP428, TC Electronic D-Two/2290, Summit Audio
Microphones: Sennheiser e609, e904; Shure SM58, 57, Beta 52, 91,
98d/s, 58, 57; Neumann KSM109, KSM32; Audix OM7; Audio-Technica AT 4050;
Additional Crew: tour manager Jimmy P., production manager Jordan
Sound Company: ML Executives Group (Fort Lauderdale)
FOH Engineer/Board: Doug Hall/Soundcraft Vi6
Monitor Engineer/Board:Steve "Gonzo" Smith/DiGiCo D5 Live
P.A./Amps: EAW KF760, KF300z, KF761, SB1000z/Lab.gruppen FP7000,
Monitors:EAW SM200iH, KF850z; Turbosound TMS3, 2x15; EML 2x15; HK
Microphones:Shure UHF Series with Beta 87C element, wireless and
Outboard Gear: EAW Smaart Version 6, XTA DP226, AudioCore
wireless, AMS RMS15, Smart c2 compressor, dbx 1066, Eventide H3000 DSE,
Additional Crew:system designer Gary Marks, line array system
tech Michael Hackman, monitor/stage tech Squid Walsh
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