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Signal To Noise, Episode 162: Front Of House Engineer Troy Topinka

Discusses recent work in bouncing back and forth between legacy rock band Eve 6 and up-and-coming pop band Cannons as well as balancing tour manager duties with FOH at the same time, and more.
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Front of house engineer Troy Topinka joins the show in Episode 162 and discusses his recent work in bouncing back and forth between legacy rock band Eve 6 and up-and-coming pop band Cannons as well as balancing tour manager duties with FOH at the same time — a common them lately. He also does corporate work while not touring and talks about what it’s like balancing the two worlds. This episode is sponsored by AudixAllen & Heath and RCF.

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