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Newbie to head-fi here. Introduction maybe?

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Thread Starter 

Hey everyone! 

 

I was directed over here to the Sound Sciences section by another forum member.

Where do live sound guys like myself fit in? I understand many of y'all have lots of experience in the pro market, hopefully I'll be able to help out in some creative discussion and learn a lot along the way. 

 

Some facts about myself-

 

I've been interested in concert audio engineering for most of my life, started volunteering at churches, running audio for clubs, ect. 

 

Years later I have a bit of experience in the Pro-Audio, Video, and Lighting fields, and I am in the process of finishing up a degree in production engineering. I am currently the Asst. Head of Production for a "Mega-Church" overseeing a the flagship campus.

 

Artists/Companies I've worked with-

 

Gungor

Big Daddy Weave

The Almost

Merideth Andrews

Little Big Town

Lee Brice

Special Events Services

Sterling Group

Audio Ethics

ABC

Chick-Fil-A

W-S State

and others-

Due to a contract clause I can't post some others that I've worked with and am currently working with.

 

 

 

Hope for great discussions to come!

 

Deltawave

post #2 of 29

Here be Dragons!

Turn away now while you still have the chance!

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post #3 of 29
Thread Starter 

My pockets are already empty after lurking here, Geez some of the high end consumer equipment makes my work toys seem cheap!

 

Gotta love it!

post #4 of 29

Welcome to head fi, and to sound science. I'm relatively new to the hobby myself. I've found the regulars at sound science very helpful, and are very generous with their advice, hence I have only positive things to say about them. Another site which I find useful is Lord Voldemort's blog. I recommend that you give that a read as well.


Edited by Greenleaf7 - 6/14/13 at 11:22pm
post #5 of 29

Welcome Deltawave!

 

I have a friend who is working in large scale PA systems. He has some very interesting ideas about speaker design and equalization. He's working on a prototype speaker that would involve two sets of four cabinets with four 18 inch speakers in each that fit together to form an exponential horn. 18" x 4 x 4 x 2 in exponential horns! It should be able to rattle the moon!

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Welcome!

post #7 of 29
Thread Starter 

Right on! That should be pretty interesting to see. Haven't even heard of a design like that!

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Which ear to I say "Hello!" and "Welcome!" in?  Always good to meet another pro sound guy.

 

May all your lines be balanced.  wink_face.gif

post #9 of 29
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Originally Posted by deltawave View Post

Hey everyone! 

 

I was directed over here to the Sound Sciences section by another forum member.

Where do live sound guys like myself fit in? I understand many of y'all have lots of experience in the pro market, hopefully I'll be able to help out in some creative discussion and learn a lot along the way. 

 

Some facts about myself-

 

I've been interested in concert audio engineering for most of my life, started volunteering at churches, running audio for clubs, ect. 

 

Years later I have a bit of experience in the Pro-Audio, Video, and Lighting fields, and I am in the process of finishing up a degree in production engineering. I am currently the Asst. Head of Production for a "Mega-Church" overseeing a the flagship campus.

 

Artists/Companies I've worked with-

 

Gungor

Big Daddy Weave

The Almost

Merideth Andrews

Little Big Town

Lee Brice

Special Events Services

Sterling Group

Audio Ethics

ABC

Chick-Fil-A

W-S State

and others-

Due to a contract clause I can't post some others that I've worked with and am currently working with.

 

 

 

Hope for great discussions to come!

 

Deltawave

Welcome! Oh yes, the word 'placebo' is considered offensive and is also prohibited here. confused_face(1).gif

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Welcome! Oh yes, the word 'placebo' is considered offensive and is also prohibited here. confused_face(1).gif

Whatcha doin' there uchihaitachi? Trying to get the thread locked already?  We're using a new code word for that now, "Pleeb-er-oo". Pass it on.  And take a couple yourself.

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Whatcha doin' there uchihaitachi? Trying to get the thread locked already?  We're using a new code word for that now, "Pleeb-er-oo". Pass it on.  And take a couple yourself.

Oh gosh how could I forget. I would like to sincerely apologise for my transgression in using such a word. The offense that is pleeb-er-roo....

post #12 of 29
We can talk about double blind tests, we just can't talk about why you might need them!
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DBTs can only be discussed in the Sound Science forums I might add, or Big Brother may come knocking, or should I say locking.


Edited by uchihaitachi - 6/17/13 at 8:34pm
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You are >here
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And if you ever find yourself in need of laughter, just drop by the cable forum. The things that those cable folks believe in are quite hilarious
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