Audio Archives

The Audio Archives — Volume 2: Michael Fay

Another installment in a new oral history series presenting the history and heritage of professional audio.

There are some truly amazing people at work in the audio industry, and I’m incredibly fortunate to call many of them friends. I was reading Don Davis’s writings about Richard Heyser, and I felt thankful that Richard’s brilliance lived on, preserved in part by Don’s writing.

Michael Fay

The Audio Archives is my humble attempt to preserve and spread the knowledge, wisdom, and personality of this generation’s audio pioneers.

This time out, I talk with my friend Michael Fay, who has more than 30 years of professional AV and acoustical systems design, systems engineering, studio and front of house audio mixing, and technical writing. He is also the former editor of Recording Engineer/Producer magazine.

More about Michael:
His Grace Note Studios Website
His Articles On ProSoundWeb
His amroc Room Mode Calculator

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