From Professional Sound - October 2002 issue Problem-solving After the Downbeat: Troubling shooting live audio disaster on the fly By Tim Dolbear, with Angela Dolbear Knowing your system and its signal chain can be the saving grace for both you and your job. Pushing faders and setting EQs is one thing, but when disaster strikes, you must know how to problem-solve your way out of any situation. I learned this lesson early, and here is one time where it really saved me.   Download PDF version HERE
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From Professional Sound - October 2002 issue Problem-solving After the Downbeat: Troubling shooting live audio disaster on the fly By Tim Dolbear, with Angela Dolbear Knowing your system and its signal chain can be the saving grace for both you and your job. Pushing faders and setting EQs is one thing, but when disaster strikes, you must know how to problem-solve your way out of any situation. I learned this lesson early, and here is one time where it really saved me.   Download PDF version HERE
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