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Signal To Noise Podcast, Episode 87: Front Of House Engineer Brad Madix

Talks about working with bands that include Rush, Linkin Park, Van Halen, Florence + the Machine, Rage Against the Machine and others, as well as mentors along the way and the aux-fed sub debate.
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Noted front of house engineer Brad Madix joins the show in Episode 87 to talk about working with a wide variety of bands such as Rush, Linkin Park, Van Halen, Florence + the Machine, Rage Against the Machine, and many more. He also discusses mentors like Robert Scovil as well as getting into “the great debate”: subs on an aux or not?

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

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Greg Price and Brad established Diablo Digital in 2013, providing tours with high-quality touring multi-track recorders designed to be easy to implement.

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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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