MORE BASS IS MORE BASS. It was for this production that had I spent a few nights into the wee hours of the morning, trying to get maximum low-end out of 4 impressively terrible Nady Systems loudspeakers. A few years prior, I had purchased a pair for way too much money. Later I bartered building … Continue reading Failure: Sub Mulan
If you've gathered that at some point I decided to back out of doing theatre, it was this particular production experience which became the anvil to break the horse's back. But instead I want to stay positive and write about how I utterly destroyed the intentions behind this theatre's abysmal audio system to accomplish my … Continue reading Abusing [çå∫®ˆ¬¬ø]’s Mainstage Theatre
My education was atypical – disguised as the insatiable urge to experiment in audio production, in every way possible. Little did I know that this curiosity would end up being slightly less costly than the university, and generally a much better instructor. Reflecting on this education now, it becomes clear how my many failures have … Continue reading Failure is Ideal
About a week ago I finished making the simple website for the now codified aspect of my audio offerings - the best wedding sound. Presumptuous? I sure hope so. A Long Time Coming Early on in my audio career when my first friend to be married asked me to do sound for their wedding, I … Continue reading How to get the Best Wedding Sound?
3.4 Megabytes. That's all. From your laptop to my laptop. It isn't so much to ask, is it? Here's the hilarious[?] story of how the latest and greatest in Apple innovation prevented me from acquiring one MP3 file. I was on my way out of my client's house - van already packed with equipment and … Continue reading Apple is out of touch
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2005 marked my first official sound design in musical theatre. Well, "design" is a strong word for what I did... to scrounge up limited resources in an attempt to amplify singers over the band. It was for Hair produced by Fritz Theatre. There's still an extant review for it, wherein my work received an honorable … Continue reading The Relationship of Sound to Theatre