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Although freelancers owning their own console are certainly becoming increasingly common in recent years, it still sometimes elicits surprised reactions from people.
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While nothing replaces knowing the tech side of the audio craft, there’s a lot more to being successful in the role.
Helping those young voices be heard – without resorting to wireless microphone systems.
Finding a way to pack numerous sonic improvements into a simplified version of a showfile to make it more approachable for a fill-in operator.
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