The Dolby Institute and SoundWorks Collection's Conversations with Sound Artists—a podcast series focusing on the art of sound with commentary from some of the best sound experts in the business—returns for Season Two.
In this podcast, leading Broadway sound designer Nevin Steinberg discusses his work on hit shows including Hamilton, Bright Star, The Full Monty, and Spamalot; why he doesn’t listen to the cast albums of his shows, the trials of redesigning theater sound for touring companies, coming trends in Broadway sound design, and his experiences working with such legendary artists as Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mike Nichols, Steve Martin, and Edie Brickell. Steinberg talks about the critically-acclaimed Broadway Hamilton sound design and his experience replicating it for the upcoming tours and Chicago production opening September 27. He also goes in depth about the differences between film/TV and gaming sound design verses live theatrical projects for musicals and legit plays.
Listen to the Conversations with Sound Artists podcast, featuring Nevin Steinberg, and moderated by Glenn Kiser, below, and then watch the Live Design webcast with Steinberg on his sound design for Hamilton.