I started mixing in 1991 on a Mackie SR24:4 – an ancient mixer by today’s standards. I began with zero experience and an expectation for excellence. Now, with my share of live audio battle scars, I can be found behind a modern digital console. In 2006, I started behindthemixer.com to teach others the art of live audio production, specifically to the house of worship market where I started. My teaching focuses on all the necessary skills - technical, creative, and working with people. Today, the site offers guides, articles, a newsletter, and a podcast.
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