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Signal To Noise, Episode 192: Systems Engineer Alex Ritter

Discusses his work with systems in rock 'n' roll as well as the world of musical theater, including jumping back and forth between the two, what each discipline can learn from the other, and more.

Alex Ritter joins the show in Episode 193 to discuss his work as a systems engineer in rock ‘n’ roll as well as the world of musical theater. He talks about jumping back and forth between touring and theater, what each discipline can learn from the other, the importance of soft skills like communication, and more. This episode is sponsored by Allen & Heath and RCF.

The 200th Episode of Signal To Noise is coming to Nashville for a live show on March 8 at the Hard Rock Cafe — go here to get free tickets.

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And, co-host Michael Lawrence has published “Between the Lines,” a new book about tuning sound systems for live events, and more importantly, about making decisions. Find out more here.

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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