Tag: audio engineering

Radial Engineering DI and Re-amp Boxes

It’s a great feeling to be able to set up a session and never have to worry about troubleshooting or fixing our essential workhouse gear. We’re not talking about microphones- but the rugged boxes that often live on the floor next to pedal boards, quietly doing the work to transfer clean signals from our live… Read more »

Updating the Control Room

Once a year we unplug ALL of our equipment in the control room and take to opportunity to clean the dust out of our outboard gear, make any necessary repairs, and organize our cabling and patchbay. It’s always exciting to update and optimize our workspace. This year we took the extra step of completely redesigning… Read more »

Dangerous ST Monitor

Every once in a while a piece of gear comes along that completely changes your workflow, a piece that once it is implemented you can’t ever imagine how you got by before without it. This has been the case since we added this Dangerous ST Monitor┬ácontroller setup to our workstation. I can’t praise the Dangerous… Read more »