Sound is physics, we can all agree on that. But you do not have to be good at math or be a ‘techy person’ to understand the basics of sound. To understand sound, all you need is a bit of common sense. Being able to work out how A is connected to B, that is it!
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Willa Snow is an independent FOH, Monitor Engineer, and system tech-based in Austin, TX. While she has only been working in Live Sound for just over three years, she is filling up her resume. She regularly works with Texas Performing Arts, Stage Alliance, and C3 Presents, amongst others. She works as a board op/system tech […]
Over the years I’ve met many people that felt limited in their sound careers either because of their limited training, or inability to continue training/education. I completely get it. Trying to stay current is extremely difficult. Thankfully, the internet saves us again. Check out these awesome resources, because in this ever-changing industry, knowledge is power, and power isn’t cheap!
Adriana Viana is a Brazilian freelance Front of House, monitor engineer, and technical director. Based in São Paulo, she has worked with many Brazilian artists such as Teatro Mágico, Flora Matos, Plutão Já Foi Planeta, Rodrigo Teaser – Tributo ao Rei do Pop (a Michael Jackson tribute concert) and has mixed several international artists.