Month: April 2019

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Defying Gravity…Safely: Approaches And Best Practices In Flying Loudspeakers

By Craig Leerman • August 15, 2017 Some in audio think that the term “rigging” only applies when loudspeakers are flown, but it also pertains to lesser endeavors such as placing a single loudspeaker on a tripod stand. The bottom line is that for any piece of production gear not sitting directly on the ground, steps must be…
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Dante Networking Explained

Audinate Published on Jul 2, 2015 Dante is a combination of software, hardware, and network protocols that deliver uncompressed, multi-channel, low-latency digital audio over a standard Ethernet network using Layer 3 IP packets. Developed in 2006 by a Sydney-based company named Audinate, Dante builds and improves on previous audio over Ethernet technologies, such as CobraNet and EtherSound. Like most other audio over Ethernet technologies, Dante is primarily for professional, commercial applications. Most often,…
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Sennheiser PRO TALK | Brandon Blackwell – Part 2 of 3 | Sennheiser

SennheiserPublished on Apr 25, 2019 In part two, Brandon continues with an overview of his daily routine on the Injured Generation Tour. From walking us through setting up the console and time aligning the PA to offering tips and tricks about gates, compressors and EQ’s, this is an episode you won’t want to miss. For…
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Nu Millenium Studios

Philadelphia Area NU MILLENNIUM STUDIOS STATE-OF-THE-ART REHEARSAL SPACE OFFERS MULTIPLE CROSS-FUNCTIONAL, READY-TO-USE SPACES CATERING TO TOURING-LEVEL AND LOCAL ARTIST.  ALL ROOMS ARE EQUIPPED WITH HIGH-FIDELITY PA SYSTEM AS WELL AS STANDARD BACKLINE SUCH AS: DRUMS, GUITAR AND BASS RIGS.  ADDITIONAL SOUND, LIGHTING, VIDEO AND BACKLINE ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. Our mission with Nu Millennium Studios…
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Need to Know: 5G and Pro Audio

CLIVE YOUNG Editor’s Note: Welcome to Need to Know, a monthly feature where we explain complex topics and demonstrate how they apply to each industry we serve. Need to Know stories appear on our websites and in our magazines. Keep coming back for future topics, to include cybersecurity and artificial intelligence. When the FCC closed…
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Basic Troubleshooting Strategies Basic Electricity

Since its founding in 2003, AAC has grown into one of the largest online electrical engineering communities. We are a positive, open community of engineers that enjoy sharing knowledge and ideas. Our community takes pride in educating electrical engineers as they grow their experience and knowledge. This site All About Circuits is resource for all…
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Electrician/Stagehand – New York

New York, NY Area The New York office of Frost Productions is seeking highly motivated and experienced freelance Electricians/Stagehands who are based in the Tri-State area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut). Compensation Range: $25 – $30 per hour; commensurate with experience. Position Responsibilities: Installation, focus, and strike of theatrical lighting equipment and temporary electrical…
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Stage Hand

Penn State York, Pa. Area Penn State York Department: Pullo CenterFull/Part Time:Part-Time Description The Pullo Center is accepting applications for experienced stage hands. Positions are open for general stagehands, carpentry, electrics, audio, rigging, flyrail, wardrobe, properties, wigs, and video. Console operation experience is a plus but not required. These positions will be on an as…
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Stagehand – The Wiltern

Los Angeles Area Job Summary: The Role: Responsible for ensuring the success of live events by assisting in all general technical needs getting production elements in the venue, on the stage, assembled and then out in the reverse order in a safe, professional manner. Essential Functions: • Install, disassemble and operate general elements of live…
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Philadelphia’s Mann Center Names Joan Roebuck-Carter as SVP of Institutional Advancement

 By: Sarah Pittman Philadelphia’s Mann Center for the Performing Arts has been going through some major changes, including more than $11 million in renovations – marking the first major renovations since the venue opened in 1976. And now the facility has named Joan Roebuck-Carter as senior vice president of institutional advancement as executive vice president…
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