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Quote of the week
“The main thing is that there’s more diversity, rather than less diversity [in the live sound marketplace]. For example, years ago, an acoustical consultant could say, ‘All I do is design sound systems for sports stadiums and arenas.’ Well, there aren’t enough of those gigs today that they can be that specialized, so they get into other areas. Another example might be rental and staging or touring companies; years ago, they might’ve said ‘All I do is sound.’ Today, they’re doing sound, lights, video, rigging, special effects and more, so the trend is towards more diversity.”—John Stiernberg
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