Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Using Phase and Moving Around Stage Monitors To Remove Feedback

















When you are working with stage monitors and you get feedback, what is your first instinct to do?
Most of us go to our trusty graphic EQ for that monitor mix and pull out the offending frequency.

Another method to remove the problem is to actually move the stage monitor to a new location on stage to eliminate the feedback. It makes sense but, sometimes we forget to try the obvious tricks first.

Here is the link to a great article on this subject:

http://www.prosoundweb.com/article/moving_the_problem_out_of_the_way_using_phase_to_manage_feedback/P1/

This article is written by Peter Janis, president of Radial Engineering Ltd. Radial is a Canadian manufacturer of professional audio products. Direct boxes, snake systems and cabling, switchers, interfaces along with Tonebone guitar effects pedals and Primacoustic acoustical products for professional use.

For more details, check out the Radial Engineering Ltd. web site at the following link:

http://www.radialeng.com/


Happy Mixing!

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