Keep It Simple: Minimalism in AV

Minimalism In AV

When we’re talking minimalism in audio visual technology, we’re really talking about integration for customer convenience.  Our tech is constantly getting smaller and more inter-connected.  If you can take a complex, sophisticated AV system and make its control as simple as operating a toaster oven- you’re on the right track. Here are some tricks to Read more »

10 Tips for Choosing the Right DAW

Choosing your Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)

For the modern day musician, pairing a computer with a Digital Audio Workstation, or DAW, is the first essential step for building a home studio.  It is important to choose from the very beginning what best serves you creative needs while staying within budget. Here are some tips that will help with choosing your preferred Read more »

Improving and Optimizing Your Home WiFi

Improving your home Wifi

Our home life is more dependent than ever on the quality of wireless internet access, or WiFi.  Signal strength, number of connected devices, reliability, and speed of service are just a few of the features of WiFi that are now everyday considerations.  Optimizing your home data network, including WiFi, means managing these variables and building Read more »

Keeping Microphones Loud and Clear

Keeping Microphones Loud And Clear

Earlier this year, the Federal Communications Commission began the Incentive Auction, which in simplest terms re-allots frequencies, or “spectrum bands” for use by newer technologies, such as smart phones. Most wireless microphones and personal monitor systems are affected by this transition, and will be slowly phased out. Change Is Gonna Come Microphones have faced frequency Read more »

Why Interactive Learning? Technology in the Classroom

Interactive Classroom

As a millennial, I used to constantly hear the phrase “PUT YOUR PHONE AWAY” shouted across classrooms and hallways daily. For years, teachers have battled electronic interruptions head-first; but is it time for education to finally embrace interactive technology? Recent statistics show that roughly three-quarters of Americans own smart phones with that number continuing to Read more »

Sparks Will Fly at AOPA

AOPA Fly In - September 8th & 9th

For over a decade, Max Westheimer has hosted their annual Aviation Festival, open to the public and aviation-enthusiasts. This year, the airport will boost enthusiasm for flight by bringing in the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association’s annual Fly-In. Both events will take place in Norman, Oklahoma, encouraging families and flight-enthusiasts to come together for two Read more »

Top AV Tools to Compliment Game Day

There’s nothing like football season- tailgating, watch parties, and all the rituals that come with this wonderful time of the year. Whether you’re in-taking a few brews at tailgate, screaming from stadium seats, or parked on your couch in the mancave, there are plenty of AV tech upgrades to enhance the experience!   RIVER Portable Read more »