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Signal To Noise Podcast Episode 1: Talking With Noted FOH Engineer Jim Yakabuski

"Jim Yak" discusses his current work on the Roy Orbison Hologram Tour, his "retro mixing and the 10-channel challenge" approach, and much more.

By PSW Staff

Welcome to the new Signal To Noise podcast series on ProSoundWeb, hosted by Live Sound/ProSoundWeb editor Keith Clark and technical editor Michael Lawrence, and sponsored by Blue Microphones.

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In this segment we’re talking with noted front of house engineer Jim Yakabuski (“Jim Yak”) about his current work on the Roy Orbison “In Dreams” Hologram Tour, his “retro mixing and the 10-channel challenge” approach (detailed here), life on the road as a touring engineer, and more. Also be sure to check out other articles by Jim on PSW here.

Jim Yakabuski

Recorded: October 17, 2018

Host: LSI/PSW editors Keith Clark and Michael Lawrence

About Our Guest: Jim has spent more than 35 years as a live sound engineer, working with artists such Van Halen, Journey, Avril Lavigne, Peter Frampton, and many others. He's also the author of "Professional Sound Reinforcement Techniques," which provides a collection of tips and techniques for mix engineers. It’s available on Amazon.

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