Personal Monitor Systems put total freedom within reach of musicians at every level. Here is the information you need, if you are thinking about moving from the wedge to in-ear.
An RF (Radio Frequency) scanner can be extremely useful in any installation employing wireless microphones if your wireless system doesn't include an onboard scanner. This post explains how they work and how to get the most out of them.
Many users of audio equipment believe there is no difference between phantom power and bias voltage. Not true! This post looks at the difference.
We provide the basics about audio reference companding, the process of compressing audio signal prior to transmission and expanding after reception.
Getting the sound you're after can have a lot to do with the microphones you use and where you place them. This post offers some practical starting points - instrument by instrument.
The time has come. You’re about to embark on buying a microphone. In this article, we guide you through this maze with questions to ask yourself.