Fix It

January 2005
Mix;Jan2005, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p66
The article reports on the equipments used by freelance sound engineer Sean Sullivan. He uses Metric Halo Laboratories Inc.'s SpectraFoo, which can re-create a third-octave-style analyzer, but being software-based, it can memorize as many snapshots as he wants. Also, he sends his console solo cue bus to it and uses SpectraFoo's phase scopes. For interfacing several sources from his console to a laptop to run SpectraFoo, he uses Mobile input/output.


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