For the big 300, Mike is back in the car. Alone. Talking about effects. It’s a near-perfect day. Effects, compression, delay and gating are all on the table today as Mike shares his advice for appropriate use.
Mike and Van are live on YouTube! We talk about brand loyalty and when one can be brand loyal to a fault. We also get into speakers, amps and DSPs for good measure.
This week Mike shares some tips on how to prepare for big services—Christmas, Easter, VBS—without going crazy. The key is in thinking ahead—way ahead. Plan early and your life is better.
This week we talk about contracts! Many don’t fully understand the types of contracts they will be entering into when they embark on a AVL project (or building project). This week, we’ll delve into the main types you’ll encounter and how to make sure you get what you want.
There are some people who don’t really know much, but are very aggressive in sharing their ill-formed opinions. Don’t be like them. Also, be careful who you listen to on the internets.
Mike and Van are back live on the YouTubes with a great group of listeners talking volunteers. After a brief talk about doing things the hard way, we get into a great discussion about how to recruit, train, care for and retain volunteers.
Mike’s back in the car this week talking leadership. We tackle topics such as how to lead your team, how to manage your budget, leading up and down and what to do if you find yourself in a negative leadership situation. It’s all this and more!
Mike’s back in the car tackling a controversial topic; why you shouldn’t let your architect design your house lights. Architects may be great at many things—designing theatrically controlled house lights aren’t one of them. This should be a fun ride.
This week, Van tackles a listener question about how to ensure even haze distribution throughout a venue. Also, another question about how to hire a technical director.
Now that we have an extensive collection of digital tools at our fingertips on our fancy digital consoles, does that make us better engineers? Maybe, maybe not. In today’s rant, Mike talks about his approach to training, plugins and how to mix.
Pardon the road noise; the d:fine picked up more ambient sound than I had hoped. Next episode will be a different mic.