The Midas XL3 has been Jon’s trademark desk for many a year. He recently retired one of his collection…
Training your ears is a continuous practice – made super-easy and fun with SoundGym!
Jon Burton is just back from presenting some training in Serbia – How To Soundcheck
Jon’s experience doing a three day workshop in Yerevan, Armenia, was a wonderful thing!
Freelancing can give you great freedom, but also has it’s downsides. Jon Burton ponders the question.
Soulsound is teaming up with D.A.S. Audio to deliver a four-day seminar programme that will explore ‘Calibration & Design Techniques for Modern Sound Systems’. The programme, which is aimed at intermediate and experienced sound engineers, will be held at The Crypt, Christchurch Spitalfields, London.
Good sound engineers and technicians are skilful with both the tools that they use and the techniques that they employ while using them. A focus on new ‘toys’ at the expense of developing technique can lead to limited possibilities when engineering.
Remember the speaker coverage angle article we published a couple of weeks ago? Well, if you liked that, I’ve got another great free resource from Nathan Lively over at Sound Design Live. It’s a live webinar training called How to Aim Any Speaker.
We are very pleased to welcome Andy Coules as a guest blogger!
In this article, Andy reflects that not all live sound mixing is created equal and why live sound engineers need to adapt.
Come join the Audiothinktank at PLASA Focus Leeds 2016!
Trade Shows are great places to network and get ideas – go whenever you can!
Within minutes of walking into the Soulsound seminar on Calibration and Design Techniques for Modern Sound Systems I was totally relaxed and engaged.