Professional Sound - April 2019

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April 2019


Vol.XXX No.2








Amplifying the Rally Cry


Across the Country with Arkells


By Andrew King


On their latest tour, Arkells made it clear that they belong at the top of the heap of Canadian rock bands vying to headline A-market arenas and major music festivals.




Chalet Recording Studio


A One-of-a-Kind Creative Hideaway in the GTA


By Kevin Young


On the basis of longevity alone, Chalet Recording Studio in Pickering, ON, is a true rarity – a full-service destination studio that has survived under the same ownership for decades.




Sharing Experiences Through Vibrations


Songs My Mother Never Sung Me at Sound Off 2019


By Andrew King


For a one-of-a-kind production at Edmonton’s Sound Off: A Deaf Theatre Festival,


sound designer Bobby Smale relied extensively on low-end vibrations to communicate


with performers & patrons alike.




AV Advancements


In Conversation with MBAV’s Greg Rushton


By Andrew King


Mulvey & Banani Audio Visual’s Greg Rushton, one of Canada’s preeminent AV consultants and designers, speaks candidly on the latest tech and trends from his side of the business.










The Importance of Advertising






The latest from across the Canadian pro audio industry






Hill Kourkoutis, Jay Lefebvre, Eric Prevost




Product Tests


Sennheiser’s IE 40 Pro IEMs, Aston Microphones’ Halo Reflection Filter & the El Rey & Taupe plug-ins from Acustica Audio






The latest tools & technologies for pro audio professionals




Advertisers’ Index




Sound Advice


Nothing Is Gospel in the Studio






Your industry events calendar








Project File


Sennheiser & Neumann at the 2019 Grammy Awards, Dierks Bentley on tour & more




Cover Photo: Arkells live at Toronto’s Scotiabank Centre by Bobby Singh / @fohphoto




Contents Photos:






SMMNSM Contents.jpg [Sound designer Bobby Smale sets up bass shakers beneath the seats for a one-of-a-kind production






AV Contents.jpg [MBAV VP Greg Rushton on the latest developments in AV.