About White Audio Designs.
The name currently refers to my desire to have my own audio design and
consulting business. However, even though it's not my full-time work,
I end up filling much of my free time mixing, designing, and troubleshooting.
My musical skills involve playing French horn at the college level, at one time
I was Principal horn in both the university Orchestra and Wind Ensemble. I
also have a minor in Music Performance (though I'm only about 9 credit hours
away from a full B.M.).
I started audio stuff when I got to college, my decision to be an E.E. was
partially related to my audio activities. To date I've mixed several
significant events in the Lincoln area. Though I didn't try to be an audio
tech, my engineering training and musical ear have lent well to repairing and
designing audio gear. My repair and upgrade experience has been opposite of
what is (probably) typical: I started with the base E.E. skills and learned to
repair consoles and other gear by reverse engineering the schematics. My
ability is not from a massive amount of experience like many techs, it's from
knowing good engineering design and troubleshooting and applying that to gear
that comes my way.
Enough of me, see the main page for the rest.
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