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#024 - Professional Live Sound engineer James Boundy: Getting your band ready for gigs and touring

Published: December 6, 2021





 

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In this episode:


  • About the guest, James Boundy

  • From small to huge live shows

  • Getting your instruments ready for gigging

  • Balancing your own instrument levels

  • Stage Plans & Tech riders

  • Soundcheck and good stage sound

  • Tips on mixing your own live sound

  • James' tips for a small, full-featured live sound mixer to mix your own stage sound

  • Gain staging in live sound


Links:


Boundy Sound (official website)

James Boundy on Facebook

James Boundy on Instagram

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Boundy's quite the opposite: Sound Engineering Declared Grumpiest Profession In The World

Boundy Sound (and Yarn/MixArtist) recommend: Soundcraft UI24R

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