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Signal To Noise, 100: Special Edition, Jim Yakabuski, Mike Green Performance, Prize Giveaways & More

Special edition broadcast on Facebook and YouTube featured guests that included mix engineer Jim Yakabuski, music performance by Mike Green, Audix Mic Bundle and Allen & Heath SQ Series prize giveaways, and more.

The ProSoundWeb Signal to Noise podcast celebrated its 100th episode on Wednesday, May 5 with a livestream special edition featuring appearances that included noted mix engineer Jim Yakabuski (the show’s first-ever guest), a music performance by artist Mike Green (his track “Break Free” is the show’s theme song), and special prize giveaways headlined by a Mic Bundle from show co-sponsor Audix, an SQ Series mixer from show co-sponsor Allen & Heath, and many more.

Here’s how the livestream looked and sounded on YouTube:

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The Signal To Noise podcast on ProSoundWeb is hosted by Live Sound/PSW technical editor Michael Lawrence and pro audio veterans Kyle Chirnside/Chris Leonard.

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