Beth O’Leary

Beth O’Leary is a freelance live sound engineer and tech-based in Sheffield, England. While studying for her degree in zoology, she got distracted working for her university’s volunteer entertainment society and ended up in the music industry instead of wildlife conservation. Over the last ten years, she has done everything from pushing boxes in tiny clubs to touring arenas and spends a lot of her life in muddy fields working on most of the major festivals in the UK. She has a particular passion for flying PA, the black magic that is RF, travel, and good coffee.

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Noise regulation is a necessary part of our live events family getting along with the wider community. We want to put...
The express guide to recruiting a more heterogeneous workforce As someone who has spoken and written about diversity in the workplace quite...
Digital desks are just computers with a fancy keyboard, but unlike writing a simple essay, there are many more ‘features’ in...
How improving what you say can change your mindset and reputation
Working for new companies and clients can be nerve-wracking, especially if you’re new to live events in general. Every workplace is...
So you’re thinking of working in the UAE but don’t know whether it’s right for you? It can be hard to...
An audio rider is essential to every gig. There can be a lot of confusion over what it should entail and...
Democratising Education to Diversify the Workplace
The solution, if it’s seen as a problem at all, is to encourage more of that underrepresented group to study STEM...
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