Local Crew: Intellasound 

Sep 1, 2007, By Sarah Benzuly

It never fails: The summer months prove to be an adventure in phone-tag when trying to speak with the owner of a local SR company for this column. The...

Local Crew: Velvet Thunder Sound Systems 

Aug 1, 2007, By Sarah Benzuly

As you read this, the summer music festival season will be coming to a close. While the larger, more-established festivals are relying on a full complement...

Local Crew: Stewart Sound 

Dec 1, 2006, By Rick Clark

It may not seem big-time compared to the high-profile regions (New York City, L.A. and such) that are locally contracted for top-name tours and installs,...

Local Crew: McCune Sound 

Oct 1, 2006, By Sarah Benzuly

For many local crews, the events and installs are their calling cards. This also holds true for McCune Sound (San Francisco, www.mccune.com), but it's...

Local Crew: Gulf Coast Sound 

Sep 1, 2006, By Sarah Benzuly

Sometimes, upgrading a piece of gear can mean the difference between garnering a few more clients and becoming a top-rated sound reinforcement provider....

Local Crew: Bayou City Sound 

Aug 1, 2006, By Sarah Benzuly

Our industry is chock-full of professionals who stumbled into the sound reinforcement business from a pure love of music and took that interest and molded...

Local Crew: RSA Audio Services 

Jun 1, 2006, By Barbara Schultz

For more than 20 years, RSA Audio Services of Edgewood, New York (www.rsaaudio.net), has been like a goldfish in a bowl: The goldfish grows, you get it...

Live Sound Assets 

May 1, 2006, By Keith Clark

First, the good news: Worldwide ticket sales for concerts and special events reached $3.1 billion in 2005, an increase of about 11 percent from 2004 (courtesy...

Local Crew: New World Audio 

May 1, 2006, By Sarah Benzuly

Sonny Maupin's dream of making it as a rock 'n' roll star in the late 1980s was about to come true: Having toured with major acts and gigging around Las...

Local Crew: Pearl Productions 

Apr 1, 2006, By Sarah Benzuly

It takes an audio engineer to know what an audio engineer needs whether that mixer is on a first-call tour, a small-town festival, a local sporting event,...

Local Crew: Big House Sound 

Mar 1, 2006, By Sarah Benzuly

In about two weeks, Austin-based Big House Sound (www.bighousesound.com) will begin one of its busiest seasons of the year, with numerous SR and lighting...

Local Crew: Production Logic 

Jan 1, 2006, By Tom Kenny

Editor's Note: Most sound reinforcement press focuses on big rock 'n' roll tours, massive stadium installations and the handful of companies that tackle...

Curing the Summertime Blues 

Jan 1, 2005, By Blair Jackson

File this one under, It's always somethin', Jane. For once, the talk of the music industry isn't declining CD sales it's declining concert ticket sales....

Moving Records 

Jul 1, 2004, By Sarah Benzuly

In our May 2004 issue, Mix spoke with front-of-house engineers and business entrepreneurs who were knee-deep in recording a live show, burning it to CD...

On-the-Spot CD Release 

May 1, 2004, By Sarah Benzuly

Advances in technology have made the ability to do our jobs easier and — more importantly — faster. Why FedEx when you can e-mail?...

Rick Camp Travels With Beyonc 

May 1, 2004, By George Petersen

Engineers tend to fall into two categories: live or studio. Occasionally, a studio denizen goes on the road and vice versa, but it's the rare engineer who's at home in both situations. Rick Camp is one of those individuals....

Feast or Famine 

Jan 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

While the major record labels continue to lick their wounds (and tally their losses) from a seemingly endless series of bloody skirmishes with Internet pirates and others who would threaten their previously unassailable sovereignty,...

Travel in the Post-9/11 World 

Aug 1, 2003, By Mark Frink

It's the end of an era. Or at least the beginning of the end. Soon, the last Concorde will fly. Last year, major carriers lost $16 billion and are flying...




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