Mark Edward Lewis is the owner of online education website Cinema Sound. He has over 30 years of experience writing and producing musical scores, re-recording, mixing, developing sound design, editing, writing, and directing. Through Cinema Sound and its production partner, MZed, Lewis has created over 85 hours of audio education
[Pictured above: Matt Rogalsky. Photo by Benjamin Nelson]
Matt Rogalsky is an associate professor in the Dan School of Drama and Music at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON, where he teaches sound art, as well as various courses on recording, mixing, and post-production. He is also a location recordist
By Donny Chow
Digital signal processing (DSP) can be separated into two categories: fixed point and floating point. There are a lot of discussions and information available on the two counterparts, yet the concepts are still confusing to many in understanding their differences and how those differences affect real-world products.
While at DPA’s Microphone Masterclass event at McMaster University’s LIVELab in Hamilton, ON, which was hosted by GerrAudio Distribution, Professional Sound caught up with British sound engineer, mixer, and Pro Tools expert Donal Hodgson. Over the last 25-plus years, Hodgson has worked with a wide range of artists,
By Ryan Worsley**
I really like sending miked signals into guitar amps, especially with drums. When I’m tracking drums, I usually have an amp miked up in the bathroom, with an SM7 on it, that I can send any of the close mics to. Typically, it will be a