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The final part of the series – which looks at the numbers and templates that provide the basis for strong and stable music writing.
In part 4, Mat discusses how time signatures are created using fractions.
In part 3, Mat Mckinley delves into “movement” – in other words, rhythm, the organisation of sonic data according to time.
In part 2, we explore the numbers of music a bit further.
The fundamental vocabulary of music – pitch and rhythm, are based on mathematics. Mat explains all in easy-to-understand terms.
Music is very much related to maths and numbers - learn more!
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.
From our friends at D.A.S. Audio, this first video talks about preparing for a festival.
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.
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.