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With more than 20 years’ experience in the music industry, Australian, LA-based producer, programmer and audio engineer Steve Wilk has always been at the cutting edge of his craft. Adopting and adapting the latest in digital audio software and programming technology to become a highly sought-after creative, Steve is a groundbreaking musical disruptor. By combining old-school audio engineering knowledge with the latest software music sequencers and digital audio workstations, Steve continues to hone his production,…

Ultimate Ears was joined on the main stage at The Guangzhou Entertainment and Technology show by 7 of the top national mixing and recording engineers. The masters who joined Ultimate Ears on stage during the GET Show are the top recording and mixing engineers in China. Each one of the masters tried to top the previous one with amazing things to say about  Ultimate Ears and why these are great tools for professionals. PLA is the stage tour production…

LA LA Land was the surprise hit of 2016 swept the Golden Globes, won six Oscars, and made a net profit of about $65 million. Starting in 2017 and heading into 2018, the film has emerged from the cinemas and hit the road for a series of events known as La La Land in Concert, encompassing screenings of the film that incorporates a live orchestra, jazz ensemble, and choir. The tour’s primary mix engineer, Troy…

Excerpted with permission from Sound Girls, check out the full interview here. Mr.SoundLady aka Rachel Ryan has been working as an independent audio engineer for the last eleven years. She has worked as a FOH and TM for School of Seven Bells, Phosphorescent, Little Boots, Nightbox and Honeyblood. FOH for Albert Hammond JR, MNDR, Streets of Laredo and as ME for Silversun Pickups, The Strokes, and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead. She is currently doing monitors…

Making the Switch: 3 Reasons to Move to In-Ear Monitors for Houses of Worship Second in a series of guest posts from Dan Aiello, Music Director of Clovis Hills Community Church Week in and week out, churches have one main goal: make their message heard as clearly as possible. Nearly every modern church has some form of live music taking place, from a single musician on a guitar or piano all the way up to…

3 Tips for Improving your In Ear Mix A guest post by, Dan Aiello, Music Director of Clovis Hills Community Church As a worship musician, few things are more important than being able to hear yourself clearly. Whether you’ve been playing for years or you’re just getting started, your monitor mix helps build confidence, keep you in step with your team, and enables you to focus on what matters: the music. As an audio engineer…

Cavalia Inc. is an entertainment company that specializes in the creation, production and touring of innovative shows. Odysseo, the company’s second show, has toured to rave reviews and public acclaim since its 2011 premiere. Known as the world’s largest touring production, Odysseo marries the equestrian arts, stage arts and high-tech theatrical effects at never-before-seen levels. This larger-than-life show sends hearts racing, but it is also a feast for the eyes that succeeds in delivering the…

Scott Harrison is the Worship/Creative Arts Pastor at Midway Church in Pilot Point, TX. Scott oversees all house audio and video, the church website, advertising, and all communications for Midway Church. He is also an accomplished songwriter with a ton of recording credits. We spoke to Scott about using Ultimate Ears in an HOW [House of Worship] setting. His answers were very enlightening to us. Can you tell us some of the benefits of using…

Yamaha has released EQ presets for the RIVAGE PM10, CL series, QL series, and TF series digital mixing consoles that have been specifically designed to provide optimum performance with Ultimate Ears in-ear monitors. Ultimate Ears sales director Mike Dias says: “Ultimate Ears has been manufacturing handmade custom in-ear monitors for the world’s top touring artists and engineers for over 20 years. Engineers choose Ultimate Ears because of the reliability, the durability, and the unparalleled customer…

Atiba “T-wizz” Jones is a playback engineer or “Pro Tools Guy”. We’ll let him explain all the details, but it sounds like a dream job! Having the position that I have in a performance, I need to hear what’s going on with clarity and accuracy. Being able to hear exactly what’s being played is essential to correcting any issues or problems that might occur before or during a performance. Can you tell us what a Pro…