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In short, a PA system—more formally, public address system, and also known as a sound reinforcement system—is an electronic amplification system used to get sound from the performer(s) to the audience. It's made up of several components
In-text: ("Buying Guide: How To Choose The Right PA System | The HUB")
Your Bibliography: "Buying Guide: How To Choose The Right PA System | The HUB." The HUB from Musician's Friend. N.p., 2014. Web. 8 June 2015.
In many ways, the live sound engineer is as important to a live band performance as any member on stage.
Your Bibliography: Crosby, Tim. "How Live Sound Engineering Works - Howstuffworks." HowStuffWorks. N.p., 2015. Web. 9 Jan. 2015.
The ability to handle up to 160dB SPL without any distortion
In-text: ("D112 (Discontinued) - Professional Dynamic Bass Microphone | AKG Acoustics")
Your Bibliography: "D112 (Discontinued) - Professional Dynamic Bass Microphone | AKG Acoustics." Akg.com. N.p., 2015. Web. 8 June 2015.
Having a great stage sound will let the gig run more smoothly and the band will appear more confident, resulting in a better live sound.
In-text: ("Essential Equipment For A Live Sound Situation")
Your Bibliography: "Essential Equipment For A Live Sound Situation." Audio-production-tips.com. N.p., 2015. Web. 8 June 2015.
The dynamic microphone has a cardioid pickup pattern produces balanced, clear, low distortion signal similar to a high-end microphone.
Your Bibliography: Microphone, Sennheiser. "Sennheiser E604 Drum And Brass Instrument Microphone At Gear4music.Com." www.gear4music.com. N.p., 2015. Web. 8 June 2015.
Your Bibliography: Swallow, Dave. Live Audio. Burlington, MA: Focal, 2011. Print.
Your Bibliography: Winer, Ethan. The Audio Expert. Waltham, MA: Focal Press, 2012. Print.
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