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Signal To Noise, Episode 164: Shelby Eisenberg, FOH For Wage War

Discusses his first arena tour and the adjustments he made in transitioning to larger venues as well as why he's chosen to invest in his own console, giving/getting peer feedback, and more.
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Shelby Eisenberg, currently the front of house engineer for Wage War, joins the show in Episode 164 and talks about the metalcore band’s most recent tour — Shelby’s first arena tour — and he details the adjustments he made in transitioning to larger venues. He also explains why he’s chosen to invest in his own console as well as how he’s embraced the mindset of ” You can’t tell your kids to follow their dreams unless you follow yours.” He and the hosts also discuss giving/getting peer feedback while working on tours and shows. This episode is sponsored by AudixAllen & Heath and RCF.

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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 ChirnsideChris Leonard and Sam Boone.

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