Dedicated to Live Sound

The original intent for this site was to put up a wiki for live sound. There was huge interest from comment spammers with the original wiki software. There were over 2000 spam comments on the opening page of the wiki alone. I took the original site down and just left a page in its place explaining the situation.

I still want to make this an interesting and useful site. I am publishing some articles and reprinting many more to cover some information in the live sound production arena. I hope that you will find some useful information here.

Invitation to Contribute

As the original intent was to develop a community knowledge base. The wiki software was to facilitate that undertaking. Since the wiki software is not now in use I invite you to contribute articles to be included on this site. You can email the site admin here.

The Faithful Comment Box

I have added a comment section to this page and invite your comments.  Be advised that I am notified whenever a comment is made here and that spam comments will be deleted. The script does recognize URLs and they are clickable, but if you try to leave an anchor text link you will only make yourself look silly, until the comment is deleted.


This wiki is presented and maintained by my small sound and lighting production company AudioArt Sound and Lighting. The Mixing Live Sound site is a proud sponsor of the Live Sound Wiki.

Will you contribute your knowledge to the wiki?

Please tell me!

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