Monthly Archives - February 2016

5 ways to reduce feedback in live sound

Feedback. There’s nothing worse, is there? It’s the stuff of nightmares for sound engineers; that sickening, screeching sound building in intensity as you desperately try to work out from which channel it is emanating. It can ruin gigs and put the band firmly against you. Good news, though. There are many ways to reduce feedback at a gig. In this post, we’ve picked out 5 of the best. So, grab a pen, notebook and prepare to kill feedback stone dead. Pay attention [...]

Think you haven’t heard NOVA audio? Think again.

As the Millennium Falcon roared overhead following its much anticipated return to the silver screen in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, it was as though every frequency known to man had been used to create the hyperdrive-powered freighter’s sound and unmistakable aura. If you were one of the millions of people who saw the reboot of one of the most popular sci-fi franchises of all time, there’s a very good chance the sonics you were treated to were delivered by [...]