In Episode 226, David Scorteccia, the founder of Sonnect and a veteran sound engineer, joins the show to talk about how his work as a mixer, patch/backline tech, and system designer/SE led him to create the successful Sound Bullet audio tester, including the journey from an on-the-job idea to creating a viable commercial product. He also provides details of Sonnect’s new SoundWire transformer-balanced USB-C audio interface, which sold out it’s entire pre-sale run in the first two days after it was announced. This episode is sponsored by Allen & Heath, RCF, and Rational Acoustics.
Note: U.S. listeners can sign up at the Rational Acoustics website (here) to be notified when SoundWire is back.
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