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Signal To Noise, Episode 160: Live Production Veteran Matt Meyer On Serving Multiple Roles

Discusses "being the only person an artist has" when wearing multiple hats as a front of house engineer, tour manager and perhaps more – all at once. He also addresses being an extension of an artist's brand and reputation, working cooperatively with support acts, and more.
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Live event production veteran Matt Meyer joins the hosts in Episode 160 and talks about “being the only person an artist has” when wearing multiple has as a front of house engineer, tour manager and perhaps more — all at once. He also discusses being an extention of an artist’s brand and reputation, working cooperatively with support acts, and more. Matt serves as a FOH and monitor engineer and tour manager (all or a combination thereof) for artists such as Emotional Oranges, Chiiild, Broken Social Scene, and others. This episode is sponsored by Audix and Allen & Heath.

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

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