Carvin Audio’s TRC SYSTEMS are our finest sound systems, offering high SPL levels that project up to 400’ with exceptional clarity. Unsurpassed high frequency and deep bass response will place the audience in the center of your performance.
SCx Series loudspeakers provide a high performance solution for small to mid-sized venues. The SCx Series features the latest innovations in acoustic driver and amplifier technology.
The QX Series is designed to stand alone as a full range sound reinforcement loudspeaker, full range stage monitor, or designed as a main with our SCx18A subwoofer for a three-way extended low end system.
Hear your monitor mix in bold detail and have the freedom to move anywhere on stage. Every member of the band will be happy with this simple to use, scalable system.
Pure tube tone and simple setup in a compact package. Deliver meaningful performances anywhere you go.
Your creativity has no limits, why should your gear? Powerful wireless microphone systems that are easy to use and fast to deploy on every show.
Dynamic Vocal Microphones, AC Power Conditioners, DI Boxes, and cables to help your show run smoothly.
Carvin replacement speakers and high frequency drivers for the following Carvin series. LS Series, PM Series, MB Series Bass Combos, AG Series Acoustic Amplifier Combos.
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"The Legacy Drive Pedal is a savior for me. It retains all the quality warm tone of the Legacy pre amp section of the amp but now I can carry it in my suitcase and know that wherever I go I will have my favorite amp tone with me."
— Steve Vai
"Working with Carvin Audio allows for the message of the story to be told in our theatrical performances. The clarity and intelligibility that I get from their products is world class."
— Eastern Shore Reparatory Theater
"While producing our school musical we were so happy to find the Carvin Audio wireless headset mic, transmitter and receiver. We had a number of mics all running at the same time and found the Carvin Audio system to be superior in sound quality at an accessible price level. Above all they understand their customers and offer incredible service and guidance. We are already planning to expand our audio equipment with more Carvin Audio microphone systems."
— The Cambridge School
Mixing is an interesting art. If a mix is coming together, you’ll want to jam out. And since you’re hoping people will listen loud, new mixers are often tempting to mix at high volumes. It turns out, however, that mixing at high volumes is the last thing you should do. In fact, professionals across the board use the “conversation” method of setting a listening volume for mixdown: mix at a level where you can comfortably have a conversation over the music.
Here are the top five reasons why you should mix at low volumes.
It’s a common misconception that a singing voice is some sort of set-in-stone trait, like hair color or height. “You have a great voice” is the compliment you’ll hear, rather than “you have great vocal skill”. It’s true that certain genetic traits make voices unique, but using a voice is a skill just like any other instrument.
If you’ve spent any significant amount of time on stage, you’ve become accustomed to tripping over cables. Most stages are strewn with various cables, and backstage can be an epic rat’s nest.
Vocalists who stand at the mic and croon may not mind – after all, they’re not moving around. Singers who like to use the whole stage, though, tend to tangle up. Some singers even love to get into the audience and venture all around the room – not really possible with a wired mic.
So, is it time for you to go wireless?