Live Sound--New Style

Petersen, George
July 2007
Mix;Jul2007, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p10
The article focuses on the changes in live sound technologies in the U.S. during the past two decades. It is a rare instance today to not find a laptop at front house, whether for wireless frequency coordination or running acoustical analysis. CAD-driven tools have brought significant improvements that led to the development of new enclosure concepts and better horns and drivers.


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