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11.26.2012| By Shure Notes|
By Shure Notes Editors, Contributors: John Chevalier and John Mills In its simplest definition: Equalization involves selectively boosting or cutting bands of frequencies to improve the performance of a sound reinforcement system. Like many other audio technologies, EQ was born in telecommunications, where filters were used to restore and flatten all frequencies, so that response to all frequencies would be equal – hence the label “equalization”. Hollywood came on board in the early 1930s with the emergency of ‘talkies’, but it wasn’t until the late 1950s and early 1960s that Texas academics in the field …
09.21.2012| By Shure Notes|
Most of our Shure Notes audience know sound engineer John Mills. He’s worked with many of the luminaries in the world of Christian music –Chris Tomlin, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Baloche, Shane & Shane and many …
01.19.2009| By Shure Notes|
A Discussion with John Mills Let’s start with the most famous question that sound people are asked. “Do you really know what all those knobs do?” If you can answer that question, you may also know every frequency and its equivalent musical notes. Maybe you know the exact crossover point of every driver in your system, and you might even have calculated the RT60 of the main sanctuary, youth room and gymnasium. Or maybe not. Whether you’re the person who actually DOES know what every knob on the soundboard does, or you are just starting …