cheeseweasel replied to the topic UK : (England/Wales) – anyone here got sample copy of a hire agreement? in the forum Audio Visual 2 years, 11 months ago
Just PM’d you my email address. If you get in touch I’ll dig a couple of old hire agreements out and ping them over.
I always thought it was something to do with this fat Hawaiian dude covering Somewhere over the Rainbow a few years back and spawning a rash of those kind of nauseatingly twee adverts full of whimsical ukelele music and…[Read more]
Mixcloud and Soundcloud the main ones that spring to mind – most mixes are downloadable. Also there used to be loads of good mixes on Partyvibe (inc lots recorded at free parties) but not sure how to find them nowadays (mods: do they still exist?)
I’ve never really been sure why ‘C’ weighting isn’t more commonly used for SPL measurement – it’s certainly more suitable for the types of SPL found in typical listening environments.
So what’s the conclusion then? That the vocal is louder on the second track? It’s certainly a lot less compressed.
Funnily enough I was using the newer model of this yesterday, the HY03 (they are common in corporate-AV-world for speakers giving presentations over the phone from America etc). Afraid I don’t know as much about them as I should, as they generally ‘just work’ when you plug it into an appropriate phone socket (for me, it’s usually an ethernet line…[Read more]
@General Lighting 562833 wrote:
Although Behringer gets a bad name and I wouldn’t use much of their earlier kit it for a mobile installation a lot of the bad stuff is from a time when the whole world was swamped with particularly bad electrolytic capacitors due to a Taiwanese “entrepreneur” stealing a fomula for the electrolyte from his former…
cheeseweasel replied to the topic balanced audio feed from analogue transistor radio? in the forum Sound Engineering 4 years, 2 months ago
Why not try using a long, unbalanced cable (e.g. a very long stereo phono cable from CPC) and see if you find its performance acceptable before forking out on something more complex? I’ve been surprised at the length possible with these cables; after all, most classroom/boardroom AV setups use long, unbalanced lines for PC sound input into an…[Read more]
So I’ve just finished prepping a whole stack of walk-up music for an award show I’m mixing in a few days and was reminded of this thread, as it’s really hit home just how much louder today’s music is, compared to that made only 10 or so years ago.
For those not interested in watching award shows (I would generally include myself in that group),…[Read more]
Funny as this was a couple of years back, maybe it’s time to retire this thread, given that it seems to scare off some of the new members that the site probably needs right now? Would also save GL from having to explain the joke every time someone posts!
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