Audio Tutorials - fav links


Oct 23, 2013
Want to recommend the Schoeps showroom. Find it under "applications" on Great for comparing and understanding different stereo techniques, polar patterns and mic distances.

And nice mics too :)

Ancient Engineer

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Sep 21, 2017
Sandusky, Ohio
Well, I like the Rane Library. It is a good mix of technical and casual information.

I have sent many FNGs here to expand their understanding in some key areas. I like that they pretty plainly state when they are issuing opinions instead of facts and they generally add the related science when expousing facts.

For good broadcast engineering articles I love Mario Orazio, AKA the Masked Engineer.

I was going to list some line-array articles that I find useful when explaining to a venue owner or promoter that their line array will sound like cats having intercourse because of the impossible venue shape, or to try to avoid the demand to splay an array (slapping forehead) and how that is a less than desirable sonic event.
But talking about line arrays and point sources is like talking about religion or politics. I don't talk about religion or politics with my friends, and I sure as heck am not going to set up the chance for a flaming here. I get enough of that already offline.

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