Aubrey lives in the Dallas Fort Worth area and works as a freelance audio engineer. She currently works for several area wedding bands and runs monitors at The Potter’s House North Dallas. She is also a mother of two sons under ten.
- As monitor engineers, we view things from our perspective. We get excited about new software and equipment. However, at the end of the day, it is the performer who needs to be happy and confident onstage.
- The most exciting thing, as a monitor person, was to hear repeatedly her desire to know more about the technical aspects. The more she knows, the easier and faster she can achieve her perfect in-ear mix.
- This festival is like nothing else in America. Its origin and functionality in our industry is modeled completely differently from any festival you will ever attend, work or perform at. I’ve been doing this festival since 2011 and have always worked as the house engineer for what I consider to be ‘pop-up’ venues; places that ...
- . Watch for body language, understand the music, and listen. Do all these things and you will be well on your way to a creative experience mixing monitors. If you’re like me, the creative joy of nailing one person’s mix is way more exciting than mixing FOH for a ten thousand person show.
- If you left this industry, you will still miss events. There is no magic wand where if you wave it you won’t miss things. You’re job as a parent is to lead your children to understand they are important regardless of events or activities in their life.