Greg Weddig has 20 years of exerience in the professional audio industry, the last 7 or 8 have involved nature recording.  He is a member of the Nature Sounds Society, has taught field recording and editing classes and recorded for the National Park Service and other organizations.  Greg has a special interest in producing baseline recordings of endangered habitats.   Greg is currently spending time scouting for recordable locations near his home in northern California.  Greg is one of the founding members of the Maryland Nature Recordists collective.  He is available to record your event or concert, contact him for more information.

Greg has designed sound and video systems for high school auditoriums, community theatres, film and digital cinema screening rooms, planetariums, videoconferencing facilities, concert halls and opera houses.  His experience encompasses sound reinforcement systems, video projection and distribution, production communication and paging, assistive-listening, supertitling, and recording and broadcast accommodation. Additionally Greg provided general project management for all theatrical systems for many of the same projects.

Greg coordinated and installed the sound and video systems at the Santa Fe Opera during their 1997 renovation, in addition he was the lead installation engineer for the Opera’s Electronic Libretto System (now Figaro Systems), a seat back super-title system, the second of its kind in the world at the time.

As a production audio engineer and sound designer, Greg has worked with major theatre companies including Baltimore’s Center Stage, the Berkeley Repertory Theatre and New Mexico’s renowned Santa Fe Opera.

Greg Weddig received his B.F.A. in Theatre Production from the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee’s Professional Theatre Training Program. The PTTP is a conservatory training program for theatre technicians.

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