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Las Vegas Sound Guy Lunch (Episode 1?)

By Bill Evans / March 19, 2017

OK, this took way too long to get edited and up online. The Rev. sucks. Happy? A full eight freaking weeks ago, we finally were able to do a video interview thingie that we hope will be the first of a bunch. Las Vegas Sound Guy Lunch. We tried this two years ago and crap […]

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Mark Woodcock: Making Every Gig Count

By Bill Evans / January 23, 2017

By Rev. Bill Let this serve as a gentle reminder that every gig counts. In fact, that seemingly insignificant local gig may be the one that’s the mythical “big break.” Mark Woodcock started the way many a career has. Working—often for free—mixing club bands in his native England. He emigrated to the US and was picking […]

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Tim Quake Mark

By Tim Mark / March 18, 2015

Started mixing bands in High school at age 16. 1st Tour 1980 Working for Talas featuring Billy Sheehan opening for Van Halen on the Women & Children 1st tour. He was 19. It was AWESOME Since then… Shot once, Stabbed twice, Walked away from 2 Plane Crashes, 3 Bus crashes, 4 Bus fires OD on […]

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Gary Brunclik

By Ace Baker / August 1, 2014

Gary Brunclik has been an engineer since the early 80’s.  He has been mixing FOH and monitors for over 30 years and is currently FOH Engineer at the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee, WI  and the BMO Harris Pavilion at Millwaukee Summerfest when not on the road touring. He has had the pleasure of mixing and […]

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