Big House Sound

Benzuly, Sarah
March 2006
Mix;Mar2006, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p90
The article focuses on the preparations made by Big House Sound (BHS) for the most engaged season of concerts of local bands in the U.S. The company talks with Austin Music Hall to handle its sound recording requirements. BHS co-founder and owner Rod Nielsen states the attention needed to details of the events they handled. BHS also contracts for Shiner Beer's Bocktober Festival.


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