Audio Engineer Clay Hutson Sits Down With The Bro Talk

Who doesn’t love a great rock concert? The musicians, lights, all pristine sounds of your favorite songs coming together on a grand stage and your surrounded by thousands of screaming fans that have the same taste in music as you. Well behind every great rock concert is a great live sound engineering company and Clay Hutson is one of those behind the scenes people you may have or never have heard of. His company has been responsible in recent years for producing some of the best rock shows in the world and recently he sat down with The Bro Talk to discuss his work, his past and the industry he loves.

Hutson began his career in the music industry as an audio engineer in the live music business after taking theater design courses in college. Realizing this work was his life passion he ventured off on his own and began a start up company that produces, manages and designs concerts for performers, mainly within the rock genre. He has done work for big named groups like Pink, Guns N’ Roses and Kid Rock.

He leaped into self employment and started the business under the stressful times of the last recession when his employer was struggling but his confidence lead him believe that he had the talent to succeed and it was time to jump in.

Through hard work and persistence he has gained the respect of many top performers that gave him a chance to prove himself and today most of his new business is derived from the recommendations of those performers to other fellow musicians.

Clay loves working in a field that offers continuous growth and change through technology. He points out how exciting it is to work with new mobWho doesn’t love a great rock concert? The musicians, lights, all pristine sounds of your favorite songs coming together on a grand stage and your surrounded by thousands of screaming fans that have the same taste in music as you. Well behind every great rock concert is a great live sound engineering company and Clay Hutson is one of those behind the scenes people you may have or never have heard of. His company has been responsible in recent years for producing some of the best rock shows in the world and recently he sat down with The Bro Talk to discuss his work, his past and the industry he loves.

Hutson began his career in the music industry as an audio engineer in the live music business after taking theater design courses in college. Realizing this work was his life passion he ventured off on his own and began a start up company that produces, manages and designs concerts for performers, mainly within the rock genre. He has done work for big named groups like Pink, Guns N’ Roses and Kid Rock.

He leaped into self employment and started the business under the stressful times of the last recession when his employer was struggling but his confidence lead him believe that he had the talent to succeed and it was time to jump in.

Through hard work and persistence he has gained the respect of many top performers that gave him a chance to prove himself and today most of his new business is derived from the recommendations of those performers to other fellow musicians.

Clay loves working in a field that offers continuous growth and change through technology. He points out how exciting it is to work with new mobile lighting technologies that is now so light in weight it can be easily moved around and at the same time produces a much brighter light with less equipment than ever before.

During a recent stunt with Kid Rock as his stage manager Hutson displayed his organizational skills by implementing precise plans from start to finish for the venue, all the way down to a much faster and more efficient process for breaking down the stage and equipment immediately following the end of Kid Rock’s show. Making for a much smoother process when transitioning to the next concert location for set up.

Hutson believes the key to his success and any others seeking success in the music industry are skills and hard work applying them.

ile lighting technologies that is now so light in weight it can be easily moved around and at the same time produces a much brighter light with less equipment than ever before.

During a recent stunt with Kid Rock as his stage manager Hutson displayed his organizational skills by implementing precise plans from start to finish for the venue, all the way down to a much faster and more efficient process for breaking down the stage and equipment immediately following the end of Kid Rock’s show. Making for a much smoother process when transitioning to the next concert location for set up.

Hutson believes the key to his success and any others seeking success in the music industry are skills and hard work applying them. Learn more: https://about.me/claytonhutson

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