Rock concerts aren’t usually a site for serious academic research but a University of Derby expert is combining his work for big name musicians with raising the level of audio engineering.
For nearly ten years,from the age of 18, Adam Hill, now a Lecturer in Electronics and Sound, has mixed study with working part-time for concert and event specialists Gand Concert Sound, based in his native Chicago. Over that period he has mixed and managed sound systems at concerts for stars including The Black Keys, The Stone Temple Pilots, Alice Cooper, The Allman Brothers Band, The Roots and many others.
Amongst the hard work Adam, who joined the University in February (2012), finds time to turn his rock and roll experiences into genuine academic research.
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