Part 4 describes time alignment and channel adjustment, as well as working with guest audio engineers.
Part 3 describes the delay tower set-up, front fills and monitor systems as well as amplification, connections and processing.
Part 2 of this series talks about the wiring and sub-woofer set up for the Main Stage sound system, as well as the components of the line array.
The four videos in this series go into great detail about what it takes to design, supply and operate a world class music festival sound system.
From our friends at D.A.S. Audio, this first video talks about preparing for a festival.
A skill all sound engineers need is to re-cone a loudspeaker. This video from D.A.S. Audio will help you develop this skill, enabling you to do your audio engineering job better.
Using multiple mics on guitars gives you greater choice when it comes to mixing. Recording a DI track allows re-amping too!
Experiment with moving your mic around to get the best sound before you hit record. Save on time and EQ!
Experimenting with microphones and positioning is key to a great recording and mix.