Sydney Bolton

Sydney Bolton is a freelance live sound engineer based in Seattle, Washington. She is a recent graduate of the Electrical Engineering program at University of Washington, where she specialized in digital signal processing, but plans to continue with live sound for now. When not behind a soundboard she may be found in a darkroom, skateboarding, or playing drums.

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Those of us just starting out are more likely to be taken advantage of or lowballed if we don’t really know...
The biggest issue I’ve run into in my career is tokenism: being paraded or held up for being a person of...
What we perceive as reverb is a combination of two things, called early reflections and late reflections. Early reflections are the...
When I was 13 or 14, I was reading the liner notes of some CD and saw that one track had...
When discussing my situation with people, the reactions I have gotten are not exactly sensitive. Variations of “Wow, must be nice,...
Strategies for setting boundaries in the workplace
With the recent protests over the killing of George Floyd, the Long-Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) and other acoustic weapons used by...
Mixing Monitors in the strange in-between world of transitioning from wedges to IEMS
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