Audio Track - Monitors
Randy started his live sound reinforcement career in 1973 touring with Elvis Presley as a technician for Clair Brothers Audio. During and after college, he continued to develop his technical skills touring with Bette Midler, The Moody Blues, Chicago, Elton John and The Rolling Stones, Tony Orlando and Dawn, The Captain and Tennille, Elton John, Boz Scaggs and Billy Joel.
In 1981, Randy started his own business that provided mixing services for clientele including: Diana Ross, Paul Anka, Tony Orlando, Eddie Rabbitt, Engelbert Humperdinck, Chicago, Lionel Richie, Madonna, Paul Simon, Don Henley, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Kenny Rogers and Janet Jackson. He won Monitor Mixer of the Year in 1986. In the early nineties Randy started mixing for Michael Jackson, which lasted for nearly eight years.
Yamaha Commercial Audio lured Randy away from touring and employed him as a District Manager in 1997. He was involved with the development of Yamaha’s flagship digital console, PM1D. Randy mixed monitors for the 2002 Grammy Awards. Though Yamaha is a full time position, he continues to mix for A Prairie Home Companion, David Foster and the Billy Graham Evangelical Association during his free time.