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Signal To Noise, Episode 98: Jay Clark On Esports Audio, Intercoms & Rigging

Multifaceted professional talks about his pioneering work with audio technology for Esports, developing a broad skillset, working as a rigger and more.

On Episode 98, Jay Clark of Kinetic Audio Technology joins the show to discuss his pioneering work with audio technology for Esports, including elaborate intercom systems. Jay has worked in professional live audio for more than 10 years, with a broad skillset that includes serving as a touring engineer, systems tech, intercom specialist, and broadcast engineer. He’s also an ETCP certified rigger who’s logged more than 5,000 hours as well as a certified EMT. Jay recently debuted a new YouTube channel called Kinetic Professionals that offers learning across multiple disciplines within the live entertainment world.

The Signal To Noise podcast is sponsored by Audix and Allen & Heath.

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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 Chirnside/Chris Leonard.

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