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Signal To Noise, Episode 72: Dennis Culp, Five Iron Frenzy/Singing Serpent

Member of groundbreaking Christian ska band Five Iron Frenzy and owner/executive producer of Singing Serpent discusses the music industry from both sides of the console.
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Dennis Culp has influenced the music industry from both sides of the console — not only is he the trombone player in the groundbreaking Christian ska band Five Iron Frenzy, but he’s also the owner and executive producer of Singing Serpent, a company that offers composition and sound design services for some of the largest brands in the world.

The Signal To Noise podcast is sponsored by Audix.

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Dennis Culp On LinkedIn
Five Iron Frenzy
Singing Serpent

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