51 episodes

Signal To Noise Podcast is about having conversations with people from all over the audio industry. We discuss everything from career path, technical knowledge, how-to steps, and real-life stories and more that we can all resonate with and or relate too. Hosted by Michael Lawrence, technical editor for ProSoundWeb & Live Sound International along with pro audio veterans Kyle Chirnside and Chris Leonard.

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    • Performing Arts
    • 4.8, 22 Ratings

Signal To Noise Podcast is about having conversations with people from all over the audio industry. We discuss everything from career path, technical knowledge, how-to steps, and real-life stories and more that we can all resonate with and or relate too. Hosted by Michael Lawrence, technical editor for ProSoundWeb & Live Sound International along with pro audio veterans Kyle Chirnside and Chris Leonard.

    49. Ike Zimbel, RF Tech

    49. Ike Zimbel, RF Tech

    Ike Zimbel is a wireless frequency coordinator and tech based in Toronto. A 35-plus year veteran of the audio industry. During that time he has worked extensively as a wireless microphone technician and coordinator, live sound engineer, recording studio...

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Live Episode #4 Special Guest: Ryan O John, Eddie Caipo

    Live Episode #4 Special Guest: Ryan O John, Eddie Caipo

    In this Special Episode, the hosts went live again with the Signal To Noise Podcast Facebook group to hang with some friends. Ryan O John, Eddie Caipo, Eric Ferguson and Hannah Goodine joined in to talk about a variety of topics: Ryan’s approach to...

    • 1 hr 10 min
    48. Arica Rust, System Engineer

    48. Arica Rust, System Engineer

    Arica Rust is a live sound engineer specializing in systems engineering. She currently freelances under her company Wavelength Engineering, and has extensive experience working with L-Acoustics and d&b audiotechnik systems. She works with companies...

    • 51 min
    47. FOH & System Tech Relationship : Jim Yak / Carter Hassebroek

    47. FOH & System Tech Relationship : Jim Yak / Carter Hassebroek

    The working relationship between the FOH mix engineer and the system tech is critical for ensuring a quality and consistent experience for the audience. On this episode, professional system engineer Carter Hassebroek and mix engineer Jim Yakabuski join...

    • 59 min
    Live Episode #3

    Live Episode #3

    Signal To Noise went live with some friends (April 27) talking about church streaming, gig horror stories, and checking on our mental state of mind during these rough times. Hosts Chris Leonard, Kyle Chirnside and Michael Lawrence are joined by Church...

    • 1 hr 36 min
    46. Crosstalk: Chris Rabold & Chris Mitchell

    46. Crosstalk: Chris Rabold & Chris Mitchell

    We had a ton of fun talking to both Chris Rabold and Mitchell at the same time. We have had both as guests before on the podcast. When Rabold he was on with us, mentioned he wanted to have a conversation with Mitchell, so we said let's do it. Robold...

    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

tattooed_shotz ,

GREAT INFORMATION

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NoJoy-NoOlympics ,

Excellent Live Sound Podcast!

S2N Episode 31 was great! Loved the conversation with Jeff Hawley. The “hear a trumpet in your mind” experiment reminded me of how easy it is to trick ourselves into thinking we are hearing something that we really aren’t, such as adjusting EQ just right, only to later realize we adjusted the wrong channel or the EQ was enabled!! But we were convinced we heard the change (or am I the only one who has done that?). The difference between vibrations and what we think we hear is hugely influenced by our mind / perception and as audio engineers, we need to be aware of this. It’s not just a fun late night conversation over tacos, it has practical ramifications.

Love the podcast, keep it up!

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