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Front-of-House (FOH) Engineer

Front-of-House (FOH) Engineer


As a FOH Engineer, I leverage an artistic intuition borne from a lifetime of studying and performing music. I also bring forth the quick, honed judgment of years of experience in the hot seat. Combining skills from some of my other disciplines and my own musicianship, I pride myself on putting together well-polished, impactful mixes that captivate audiences and fulfill the artistic missions of the performers who hire me.
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In-Ear Monitor Engineer

In-Ear Monitor Engineer


As an in-ear monitor engineer, I have experience mixing some of the most technically-expansive tours not only pushing the boundaries of current technology but also the boundaries of equipment capacity in terms of inputs and outputs. As a lifelong musician, I am able to speak the language of the performers on stage to maintain a unique dialogue.
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Live Broadcast Engineer

Live Broadcast Engineer


Mixing for live broadcast is a world unto itself. Many of my peers and I have sat next to some of our industry's most talented TV broadcast mix engineers, guiding a mix for a client. I have also had the joy of being able to also step into that mix seat. Like my other experiences, it merges a lifetime study of multiple genres of music along with technical understanding of the limitations of the broadcast media. Unlike a FOH mix which is tailored for a single unique sound system and acoustical environment, a broadcast mix must be designed to translate on multiple outlets: TVs, radios, computers, tablets, smartphones, etc.

You can see examples of some of my broadcast mix work in the "Media" section of this website. Also check out my work in remote broadcast mixing, bringing broadcast-quality audio to streaming performances.
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Remote Broadcast Mix Solutions

Remote Broadcast Mix Solutions


The COVID pandemic changed the landscape for live shows as we knew them. In an effort to continue to provide top quality mixing services while keeping on-site personnel to a minimum, I can deploy a small remote mix rack that allows me to leverage the fully-featured facilities of the broadcast mix suite in my home studio for your performance happening anywhere in the world with an Internet connection. It's like having a broadcast mix truck for your show without having to pull the truck up to your facility!

My system delivers broadcast-quality sound and requires surprisingly little bandwidth, making it viable on many different grades of internet connections. With round-trip latency times well below 1 second, a production's video engineer easily delays their video mix output to match back up to audio. To keep things streamlined, the system can ingest just about any digital audio transport format your local equipment uses. Tapping off of local equipment (such as a monitor rig) means there's no need to rent extra i/o, further lowering production costs. If integrating with an on-site audio rig isn't logistically viable, I am also able to deploy analog split systems and various different preamp rack systems to fit your show.
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RF Coordinator

RF Coordinator


In recent years, our requirements for wireless systems in live performances has increased while our airwaves have become more and more crowded. Alongside all this has been a gradual sell-off of the airspace our production equipment operates in.

Shows of all sizes today need solid RF coordination, whether you're deploying a couple channels of wireless mics alongside in-ear systems or handling 100+ wireless devices. In my touring history, as my shows' RF needs became larger and larger, I adapted my skills to suit their needs and through that education and exploration have become well versed in wireless coordination for large concert events in dense RF markets.
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Audio Project Consultation

Audio Project Consultation


As someone who tours the world, I have first-hand experience of what various performance spaces need to achieve the best coverage and fidelity from their sound systems. Too often, systems are designed and installed by people who will never use them. They spec great gear, but in many instances different gear and different implementation are required to maximize performance and a client’s budget. We’ve all watched venue owners get duped into installing gear that the vendor wants to sell, not what they necessarily need, and spending more money than is necessary. It all looked great in the sales pitch, but didn’t translate in practice. For all this, I have consulted on many different short term and long term (installation) projects, bringing my experience and expertise to a new venue.
 
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Unity Intercom Systems

Unity Intercom Systems


Unity Intercom is a Full Duplex intercom system that connects over WiFi or Cellular data. It is a groundbreaking production intercom system that is currently in-use by broadcasters and production companies around the world. Users can join Unity Intercom systems using the devices they already own! Client apps are available for iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows.

Unity has been used at the Super Bowl, the World Cup, both the Summer and Winter Olympics and many more. It is prized for it’s ease of use and flexible implementation abilities, such as the ability to integrate with conventional party-line and digital intercom systems and the ability to provide a separately controlled program feed to all intercom users.