Friday, April 27, 2012

"A Quick Live Sound Q & A" in Canadian Musician magazine


Last month, I received a very cool phone call and email from Mr. Andrew King - Editor of Canadian Musician magazine. Andrew wanted permission to use my name and job title for an article that he was writing for this issue of the magazine. I thought it was the coolest thing to be contacted by a magazine editor asking me to use my name in print! Of course, I said "yes"!

Last year, I was reading the September/October 2011 issue of CM magazine specifically the "Live Sound" column written my Mark Desloges - Audio Technician with Tour Tech East. I really enjoyed the piece so I decided to email Mark Desloges directly with some more specific audio questions. Mark responded to my email with all the information that I needed.

Needless to say, the editor Andrew King really enjoyed the question and answer kind of thing and thought it would make a good article for the magazine. So, my email questions, name and job title all made it into print! Yeah! You can view the article in the online edition of Canadian Musician magazine on their website. Here is the link: www.canadianmusician.com/online

Click on the web link, let the online editon of the magazine load into your computer and then flip through to page 60 to view the article. Enjoy!

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The Fashion Palace Show April 29, 2012

After working sound for a fashion show back in November 2011, I have been asked to work again on the upcoming fashion show on Sunday, April 29, 2012. "The Fashion Palace" is the name of the group and the show will be held at The Dante Club, 1330 London Road, Sarnia, ON.


Tickets are $20.00 each

Doors open at 6:30pm - Fashion Show at 7:30pm

Live entertainment with Mike Cervini



http://modelsatfashionpalace.com/

Advanced Small Console Techniques Article

Hello Everyone!

Just finished reading a great article on the ProSoundWeb site.
"Advanced Small Console Techniques: Maximizing The Available Feature Set"

Essentially, this article explains tips and techniques for working with small consoles when a big console is not available. Some great ideas listed for using small consoles to their maximum potential.