anthonyyy 30th July 2014 06:01 PM
Working on the road can be an amazing experience in the Live Sound world.
You get to see new things and places all over the world, learn new stuff, meet interesting people, and all while getting paid.
And in my experience on the road, I saved boat loads of money up that I used for fun, education, investing, and buying yummy tacos and rolls of sushi.
I had a chance recently to catch up with my friend Jeff Wuerth of audio production company Clair Global, to get insider strategies to land live sound jobs.
Jeff has had an amazing career so far working on tour recently with Jay-Z on the Magna Carter US tour, Maroon 5 as their monitor technician, as well as previous jobs working live sound for Kelly Clarkson, Paul McCartney, Adam Lambert, Kenny Chesney and more. He's also doing more work as the system engineer for live production shows.
We did a short 10 question interview where you'll learn things like:
-Why working live sound on tour can be rewarding
-How to find live sound jobs and what to look for in companies
-Things to avoid in the live sound industry
-Essential skills you should have if your new to live sound or coming out of the studio
-What work days look like on the road
-Challenges and how to keep your edge
If you're interested in getting into the intriguing world of Live Sound Production then read on and learn more from Jeff. Click here to read this interview.