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Signal To Noise, Episode 184: Jason Moore, Front Of House Engineer For Train

Talks about working with the same artist for more than a decade and how he's still able to bring passion to the role and keep it exciting, his love of audio from an early age and more, plus note – plenty of laughs were had during this conversation.
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Jason Moore, front of house engineer for pop/rock band Train, returns to the show in Episode 184 and talks about working with the same artist for more than a decade and how he’s still able to bring passion to the role and keep it exciting. He also discusses his love for audio from an early age and how that has directed his journey, along with some reflection on how grateful he is for what he’s been able to accomplish so far. And humor alert! Plenty of laughs were had during this conversation because Jason has a great sense of humor. This episode is sponsored by Audix, Allen & Heath and RCF.

Episode Links:
Signal To Noise Episode 20 With Jason Moore

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