Sound Reinforcement - featuring Chris Torrey, VHS Video
Item # VD107
| Mfg # 320116
| UPC # 073999448405
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Sound Reinforcement, veteran sound engineer Chris Torrey will teach you how to mix a band in any type of live setting - from small clubs to large theaters. You'll learn proper mic selection and placement, how to find and eliminate feedback, how to assess a new room, and how to use effects, compression and EQ. This video is great for not only live sound engineers but also gigging musicians who want to better understand their PA system and how to achieve terrific live sound. It is truly a unique opportunity for you to receive a lesson from one of today's finest sound engineers.
Inventory # HL 00320116
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