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Simon Honywill Tears Up The Acoustic Rule Book With Help From DPA Microphones Posted: 27/02/2019
Simon Honywill Tears Up The Acoustic Rule Book With Help From DPA Microphones

Everyone knows that pointing a microphone directly at a PA speaker is likely to generate feedback, but sometimes when you are trying to achieve a particular vision you have to tear up the rule book and see what happens. This was the situation award-winning Front of House engineer Simon Honywill found himself in when he was asked to tackle sound design for a new live music and dance production called The Nature of Why.

Tags: DPA Microphones | Simon Honywill | the Nature of Why | Will Gregory | Charles Hazlewood | d:dicate Cardioid Microphones
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Simon Honywill Tears Up The Acoustic Rule Book With Help From DPA Microphones Posted: 27/02/2019
Simon Honywill Tears Up The Acoustic Rule Book With Help From DPA Microphones
Everyone knows that pointing a microphone directly at a PA speaker is likely to generate feedback, but sometimes when you are trying to achieve a particular vision you have to tear up the rule book and see what happens. This was the situation award-winning Front of House engineer Simon Honywill found himself in when he was asked to tackle sound design for a new live music and dance production called The Nature of Why.
Tags: DPA Microphones | Simon Honywill | the Nature of Why | Will Gregory | Charles Hazlewood | d:dicate Cardioid Microphones
Submitted by White Noise Public Relations Ltd
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