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How do sound designers for musicals avoid bleed?

Musical theatre, more often than not, uses head-worn lavalier microphones that are positioned very close to the mouth. This gives a much greater signal-to-noise ratio for the Front-of-House mixer to ...
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Do I need a sound for this dead body?

Without knowing the context or hearing your director's request, my thought is that he's looking for an emotional sound that will supplement the practical sound of the body hitting the floor, ie. a "...
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OpenSource audio cue editor / controller for live theater show?

My son used MultiPlay for a show last year. He is a teacher. He had his students run the program for cueing through the show. It worked really well. It's Windows only. http://www.da-share.com/...
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Mixing matrices within custom layer on QL 5

There is no way to use the SEL button to enter sends on fader mode. You can set one of the USER KEYS to enter SENDS ON FADER mode for a specific mix or just in general though.
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OpenSource audio cue editor / controller for live theater show?

I appreciate that this is an old thread, but for others who may read it I can add a bit more about Multiplay. It's relatively easy to use and, more importantly from a school context, requires no ...
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OpenSource audio cue editor / controller for live theater show?

https://github.com/sam0737/ShowCueWeb I was looking for the same thing for my one-off show. Without a satisfactory solution, so I made one - pure HTML5/JS/AudioContext and purely client side. Not ...
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