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Signal To Noise, Episode 118: Mix Engineer Tomas Wolfe

Touring engineer who got his start at the Viper Room in LA talks about "cutting your teeth" and working your way up in club sound, some of the varied artists he's toured with, and more.

Sporting what must be the best mustache in the world of live sound, Tomas Wolfe joins the show in Episode 118. Getting his start at the famous Viper Room and Roxy on the Sunset Strip in LA, Wolfe has worked with an eclectic roster of touring artists that include Run the Jewels, Underoath, Clairo, Meg Myers, and many more. He talks about “cutting your teeth” and working your way up in club sound as well as sharing insight into some of the various artists that he’s toured with. The Signal To Noise podcast is sponsored by Audix and Allen & Heath.

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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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