As many of you know and love DCSoundOp.com already, you may be interested to know that I am now officially a Contributor to the site.
You can check the direct link to my page here..
What does this mean for DanBamberAudio? Not a great deal will change in terms of content that gets put out, but it does give a little recognition for all the hours we’ve slogged away editing, and gives us a new audience to interact with. Either way we are super excited to start the new (tax) year with some good news.
If you have not heard of DC Sound Op.. where have you been hiding?
Check the homepage and youtube channel here..
Or just read his blurb..
“DcSoundOp is an independent content creator that produces Pro Audio and Live Sound original content that is accessible for all levels. Our videos, articles and digital media include in-depth gear reviews, teardowns, first looks, interviews, how to’s, sound system walkthroughs, and the Live Sound Basics series.”
As you are all aware, everyone in the world is pretty much confined to their living rooms, as such, we have decided to make a bit more content for you. This is a little mini series chatting with different techs about all sorts of real world issues and topics relating to Live Sound. First few interviews are up, with more on the way!
Take a look!
Stay safe everyone.. Happy Quarantine!
Check out the first part in my new mini series – Quarantine Questions. Exploring several questions with different Freelance Sound Techs that I work with.
Many thanks to Connor of CD a Sound for being the Guinea Pig!
Check out our conversation below..
Heres a short LV1 video of how I use a Primary Source Expander live with LV1.
These are 3 different ways I use to get more level out of your wedges / system.
Take a look!
Heres how my DCA and Fx’s are laid out on my personal Waves eMotion LV1 64ch desk. Take a look!
DI boxes serve two roles. They change Unbalanced signals into Balanced ones, (which matches the impedance). And allow a signal to ground lifted, removing problems of buzzing / humming from the sound. Lets look at the problems before we check the solutions.
I carry a pretty comprehensive toolcase with me to most gigs. It has grown significantly over the last few years. When I started out, just carrying Lx tape, Sharpie, Leatherman and Torch shoved in a rucksack got me by. Nowadays, there is a higher expectation on my to have everything and make the gig work, even if broken equipment / cables have been sent out! This list of stuff rarely changes, and whether i’m travelling as a Band Engineer, Sent off with a van to a function gig, or putting up PA Systems and 60″ Tv’s at Corporate Conferences / Exhibitions as an AV Tech, all the things have been used on one gig or another.
Cables! These connect the world together – literally! Your setup, be it home studio or Stadium PA with huge line arrays, is only as good as your cabling. You can have the best equipment in the world, but if your cables connecting them together are broken or damaged, then the resulting sound quality will be affected.
This should be a relatively short blog post, as I only have a few headings to cover in this section. I will only be looking at Audio Cables, however some for them uses include video and lighting.