Monthly Archives: May 2016

Room Mics or Artificial Reverb? An excerpt from Richard King’s upcoming book Recording Orchestra and Other Classical Music Ensembles

Acclaimed recording engineer Richard King has worked with such diverse talent as Yo-Yo Ma, Wynton Marsalis, Joshua Bell, Ben Folds, and Renée Fleming, has been awarded 14 Grammys (including one Latin Grammy) for his achievements in classical, jazz, Broadway, folk music, and film scoring, and spent 15 years as an engineer at Sony Music in

6 Ways Huddle Spaces Can Cut Costs and Increase Productivity

A major trend in corporate workplace design is the concept of the huddle space—a small meeting space designed specifically to accommodate the sort of impromptu social learning and collaboration activities that corporations are looking for. Of course, to make these rooms effective, you need effective meeting room technology. However, it’s not unusual for meeting room technology