sound-design-live-healthy-eating-on-the-road- Anyone who has been on tour knows how tough it is to eat healthy on the road: you eat out for every meal, which usually means fast food. Fortunately there are smart choices you can make, ...
Cori Eisele's insight:
This is an article that definately needed to be posted, but at the same time was the last thing I expected to be posted. It explains the dangers of imporoper eating on while on tour and how a roadie can find ways to maintain a proper diet. The part that interested me the most was the little recipies that where posted at the bottom of the article. I am glad I found this and am definatetly going to keep in reference for when I start getting into touring.
This source seems to be reliable since the site continually had articles posted for the purpose of informing those in the live event production world of news relating to them and tips they can use in their industry. The author's information is posted at the end of the article and hyperlinks and sources are utilized throughout the article.
Live music app Lively entertains acquisition offers, pushes ahead with new funding GeekWire Lively, the Seattle startup that helps musicians earn money off of concerts by making audio and video available to fans after the performances, is just 10...
Cori Eisele's insight:
This is a topic that could expand the live events world very much. This app will allow musicians to gain more exposure by actually sending out recordings of their live events and at the same time this promotes the venue in which they were performing. This promotion not only will increase the sales for the performer, but increase the job oppertunities available for those in the event production field.
The source seems to be reliable since they keep their site contantly updated, post relavent articles and content geared to those interetsed in the newest thing in technology, provide hyperlinks and sources, and have a verifiable author.
This ariticle gives a great example of aspects of the event production world being applied in new and more intrecate ways. The fact that business are starting to realize that "sound can build a connection with people and products" means that they will begin to reach out more and employ more people in the recording and live sound fields. This means increased profits and job oppertunities all around.
The source seems to be reliable as they do credit their sources, update their site regularly with articles and content, use their articles to inform the busniess audience, and actually hold labs at different locations which shows them as a coporial object and not just a digital author.
Masque Sound Heats Up Broadway With Romeo And Juliet Live Design When William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet made its triumphant return to the Broadway stage for the first time in 36 years, Sound Designer (composer and percussionist) David Van...
Cori Eisele's insight:
This was an interetsing article which turned out to be a sort of company/event spotlight of sorts. It talks about how one company, Masque Sound, was brought in to set-up the sound system and all accesory equipment that would be needed for the return of "Romeo & Juliet" on Broadway. Since it has been close to 36 years since this particular Shakspearian production was performed on Broadway, the producers are sparing no expense and useing whatever they can to make sure this show goes off without a hitch.
This source seems to be reliable since they keep their site updated with the latest news in the live event production world. The article does have hyperlinks, sources, and even a biography of the company they discussed. However, there was no author mentioned and that is a curiosity for me, but the site itself seems to be quite credible.
Conference hosting is an extremely lucrative business and an industry in it's own right. While your bar or nightclub is sitting empty in the day, you could be generating extra revenue by turning it into a venue for business events.
This was a very good article targeted toward bar, theatre, and nightclub owners with a how-to on turning their venue into a place that can be used for exectutive events such as conferences, meetups, and the like. The how-to points were very weel written out with little problems with understanding it. The author went in-depth when needed to sort out some points and left others alone if they were "self-explanitory".
The source seems to be quite credible as the author's information is very well presented at the bottom of the page, the site provides up-to-date information, and the article is linked to other articles of the same topic posted on the site, either by the same author or others.
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