If you would like to improve your live sound skills, I’m here to help!
Here are a live few resources that may help you!
- How to use frequency coordination to keep your wireless interference free.
- What you may want to include in your “sound bag”.
- How to stream high quality audio over the web & remote mixing.
- How to clean and test In-Ear Monitors (IEMS’s)
- Tips to improve your monitor mixing and live sound mixes.
Test your IEM’s for blown drivers fast!
A common challenge when trying to troubleshoot your own or others in ear monitors is the inability to hear individual drivers in order to test for blown drivers.
Simply play some pink noise or music and probe the holes to verify all drivers are working properly. Easy. Quick. Affordable.
By popular demand, I’m developing a series of smaller hands-on classes covering one specific topic such as:
- Monitor mixing
- FOH mixing
- Live Sound for Musicians
- Digital and analog console training.
If helpful to you, fill out the short form below and I’ll keep you in the loop on when registration will be open!
What others say about Nicholas:
"His patience is fantastic. Nicholas can teach anyone. What he taught us took the guess work out of the equation. I highly recommend him as a Sound Man, Teacher, and Musician."
"Radina manages to calmly resolve complex problems with ordinary means. From light, sound, or power outages to equipment shortages, Radina’s resourcefulness and ability to troubleshoot, make him an invaluable asset on any production."
Kelly CarrSupervising Regional Manager for Cincinnati Parks Central Riverfront.
"What we appreciated most about Nick’s approach to helping us solve our live sound issues was the fact that he took the time to understand our needs as well as our level of sophistication and experience working with live sound. Nick was the only one who was able to drill down on our needs and customize a quality solution that works for us."
Thanks to these helpful partners!