Don't miss a free live webinar on Monday 10th August courtesy of Soundcraft and HARMAN Pro Solutions with Raphel Williams, Stormzy's FOH engineer - the man who mixed Stormzy's acclaimed headline set at Glastonbury 2019.
Ed Jackson , Harman's Application Engineering Manager, will interview Raphael about his career to date, from his beginnings mixing sound in houses of worship to mixing front of house for Stormzy on the Pyramid Stage with the Soundcraft Vi2000.
Raphael Williams is a world-renowned sound engineer that has worked on some of the world's biggest stages with internationally recognized artists. His values of integrity, professionalism and excellence have made him one of the most sought-after engineers in the field.
Ed Jackson has worked for HARMAN since 2013, specializing in JBL VTX systems and Soundcraft consoles. Before HARMAN, Ed worked as UK National Technical Lead for the Academy Music Group and Live Nation, designing and managing venues, and working on shows including Eminem, Kiss and The Prodigy.