Sound designer Mic Pool has worked on over 350 productions and established significant relationships with renowned theatres and companies including West Yorkshire Playhouse, the Royal Court, and Ballet Rambert.
Having trained at Mountview and Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Pool specialised in sound and has been creating theatrical sonic spaces for over 30 years. His sound design for The 39 Steps won the discipline's first ever Tony Award in 2009. Pool walks us through his first steps in the industry, explains how a designer develops an aural palette during rehearsals, and opines sound as the primary design discipline within theatre.
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