Stream Great-Sounding Audio: Guide for Streaming Church Services and Other Events (Unabridged‪)‬

    • 49,00 kr

    • 49,00 kr

Publisher Description

Stream Great-Sounding Audio is written to help sound operators and audio technicians build a live-streamed mix that sounds clean, clear, and powerful over multiple listening platforms. Learn how to use EQ, compression, limiting, and effects to create a mix that conveys musical and spoken excellence, whether the audience listens on inexpensive earbuds, a Bluetooth speaker, a recording studio monitor system, or a $100,000 hi-fi home audio setup. This powerful reference demonstrates the differences between miking in a large room with a sound system and miking an acoustic set in a small room. Included is a long list of extremely useful thoughts and techniques, including:  

Putting a free streaming system together 
Streaming from church 
Streaming from a home 
Gearing up 
iOS audio interfaces 
The audio feed for the live stream 
Getting the mix to sound good 
The live mix versus the broadcast mix 
The church service mix 
The streaming mix 
Delay effects 
Mic selection and technique 
Signal levels 
And more! 

Filled with helpful photos, illustrations, and videos, this is a uniquely valuable resource for anyone involved in modern-era audio that embraces live-streamed audio and video productions. 

Bill Gibson (Seattle): President of Northwest Music and Recording, Inc., has spent the last 35 years writing, recording, producing, and teaching music. As an audio professional, sound engineer, clinician, and instructor at Berklee School of Music and The Art Institute of Seattle, Gibson has a unique ability to teach concepts and techniques that produce extremely high-quality audio, both in the recording studio and in live performances. As a Foursquare music pastor for 12 years, Gibson is still very active in church sound, worship music, and streaming church services and other events. His writings are acclaimed for their straightforward and understandable explanations of audio concepts and applications. 

As a Foursquare music director and worship pastor for 12 years, Bill gained insights about how to manage large music and technical programs. And, he has been able to train many musicians and technicians over the years. When the coronavirus pandemic erupted, Gibson recognized a great need for knowledge about building mixes that served a broad-range streaming audience well. That was the impetus for this book, presented with the hope that many people will be helped in presenting the most important message to those who desperately need it. 

As an author for Hal Leonard Corporation, Gibson has written and produced a wide range of instructional content under his own name (The Hal Leonard Recording Method, The Ultimate Live Sound Operators Handbook, and many more) and alongside some of the music industry’s most iconic professionals including: Quincy Jones (Q on Producing), Bruce Swedien (The Bruce Swedien Recording Method), Dave Pensado (The Pensado Papers), Sylvia Massy (Recording Unhinged), Alan Parsons (The Art and Science of Recording), Al Schmitt (Al Schmitt On the Record and Al Schmitt on Vocal and Instrumental Recording Techniques). Bill is currently developing instructional content with additional iconic producer/engineers, including George Massenburg, Elliot Scheiner, Chuck Ainlay, Frank Filipetti, and Al Schmitt. 

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.  

Arts & Entertainment
Bill Gibson
hr min
15 May
Northwest Music & Recording