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Church Sound Podcast, Episode 33: Willa Snow | Mix Consistency

The process of getting consistency between services, between musicians, even between weeks or audio techs.

In Episode 33, Willa Snow joins host Samantha Potter to discuss mix consistency, arguably one of the most difficult achievements to aim for at a house of worship. They cover the process of getting consistency between services, between musicians, even between weeks or audio techs. The Church Sound Podcast is sponsored by K-array and DiGiCo.

Snow is a live audio engineer based out of Austin, TX with a deep passion for the industry and art form.
She has been working for venues and bands for several years, providing the music community with clean, punchy, and dynamic mixes with unparalleled enthusiasm and professionalism. In her spare time, she serves as a chapter head for SoundGirls.Org, an organization dedicated to inspiring young women in the field of audio by providing educational and networking opportunities.

With a background as a vocalist, musician, songwriter, and performer, Snow is a big fan of the philosophy, “serve the artist, serve the song.” All she does is help people amplify their story.

Willa Snow Website
IG handle: @w.snow.audio
Artists: Ley LineDosseyZach Person

Host Samantha Potter is co-lead instructor with Church Sound University — a training program tailored specifically for worship audio techs that’s now also available online. Reach her via email here.

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