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PSNPresents 2: Becky Pell reveals why sound engineers should always pack pyjamas

The rock 'n' roll yogi who has mixed monitors for Muse, Kylie and Westlife chats to the editor about her career so far – and teaches the audience a few moves

In case you somehow missed our relentless barrage of pre- and post-event press, PSNEurope hosted the second instalment of PSNPresents, our must-attend pro-audio networking event, in London on 4 November. (See PSNPresents reveals: “The Apprentice was going to use the Pet Shop Boys” for a full write-up.)

Featuring panels with some of the leading lights from the studio world – ex-Abbey Road chief engineer Haydn Bendall, TV composer Dru Masters and Depeche Mode/U2 collaborator Flood – and live/touring scene – monitor engineer (and yogi!) Becky Pell and FOH veteran Roger Lindsay – PSNPresents round two saw around 60 guests from across the pro-audio spectrum gather at the Soho Hotel for two hours of energetic discussion and the opportunity to network with kindred spirits.

If you weren’t one of the 60, never fear: we filmed the whole thing and will be posting five clips from the event (one for each panellist) over the coming weeks.

We posted up Dru’s chat with host Phil Ward earlier this month (see PSNPresents 2: Dru Masters on the Tileyard, Pet Shop Boys, public domain and TV’s fear of silence); now it’s Becky’s turn in the spotlight…