Live Sound Engineer with experience at the Kennedy Center and NJPAC, is your live sound solution
Hello, my name is Sean Kryzkowski, and I am fortunate to call myself a professional sound engineer. Over the past five years, I have had the opportunity to work in various live audio situations, as well as take on projects in the recording studio. While in college at William Paterson University, I studied Sound Engineering Arts, as well as classical guitar. As a guitarist for twelve years and counting, I have an extensive amount of knowledge on the guitar which covers a variety of music genres. I am a rock and roll fan at heart, but learning and understanding classical music has taken my knowledge of the fretboard to a higher level. I am fortunate to now have guitar students of my own, as I am a guitar teacher.
I have had the opportunity to work live sound at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., as well as Cornell University, and NJPAC. I am currently a live sound engineer at the First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens in Somerset, NJ. Here at FBCLG, I have the opportunity to work on a Nexo line array system every week, and work in front of Yamaha digital consoles including the M7, LS9, TF1, and QL5 consoles. I have also had the opportunity to work and install wireless microphone systems at the church, as well as installing a Dante network.
I offer my audio expertise to any one, or any company in need of a reliable sound engineer.
Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.
- Yamaha M7
- NEXO Line array systems
- JBL line array systems
- d&b audio technik line array systems
- Soundcraft consoles
- Allen and Heath consoles
- Pro Tools HD
- Eventide audio gear