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Signal To Noise, Episode 168: Front Of House Engineer James Wooten

Joined by mix engineer Leo Pisaq, who he recently toured with, in addition to discussing his work with Walk the Moon and what it was like to work with a band that exploded through a viral hit song, and more.

Veteran front of house engineer James Wooten joins the show in Episode 168, along with the return of mix engineer Leo Pisaq, who guested in Episode 127. The two recently toured together with Misterwives and Lawrence, and they discuss what they learned from each other. This episode is sponsored by Audix, Allen & Heath and RCF.

Based in Kansas City, MO, James also talks about his work with Walk the Moon, what it was like to be with a band that exploded through a viral hit song, and more. He’s worked in professional audio for more than a decade, and in addition to Walk the Moon and Misterwives, he’s also toured with numerous other national and international touring acts. 

Episode Links:
James Wooten’s “60 Second Audio Tips”
Between the Lines, Concepts in Sound System Design and Alignment” by Michael Lawrence
Signal To Noise Episode 127 With Leo Pisaq

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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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