Sound good? If not, your podcast, virtual and live event will go down as a flop. How do you make sure your audio not only gets heard, but is of the best quality – like perfect audio? You ask an expert like Ted Gregorek about what works for him in his work as a live, virtual and event audio pro for some of the biggest names in the business. Listen in as Barbara Rozgonyi, host of Growing Social Now, gets you the strategies, tools, and equipment you need to make top-notch podcasts, recordings, and live event productions sound not just good, but great!
About Ted Gregorek . . .
As the CEO of T. Gregorek AV Consulting, Ted Gregorek delivers a mastery of A/V system flow schematics design and interpretation to every sound experience. Producing large-scale integration, wiring, and project management for multi-million dollar projects, clients include the Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis Children’s Museum $55 million Dinosphere exhibit, Marion County Sheriff’s Department, and multiple events, churches, municipalities, and schools.
Rich, world live music touring experience enables Ted to quickly adapt to changing environmental and infrastructure needs, as well as troubleshooting technical and logistics issues as they arise. On tour, every performance requires consistency night after night, regardless of the stage, the weather, and the venue. Ted successfully managed challenging stage set-up and tear down with superb sound engineering performance for acts like Toby Keith, Billy Joel, Van Halen, Pat Benatar, and Nana Mouskouri. Ted’s managed all aspects of production for live concerts and entertainment in everything from small clubs to conference centers to major venues like Carnegie Hall and Yankee Stadium.
Few job settings require such acute and constant attention to detail as a live sporting event broadcast. Ted insures flawless audio delivery for live productions and radio broadcasts as a system engineer for teams like the Indianapolis Colts, Butler University Basketball, and Indiana University’s football and basketball teams. As a SiriusXM show audio engineer and producer, Ted works virtually in a remote studio to manage on-air sound quality and delivery that equals in-studio production.
A world-class audio engineering consultant, Ted designs sound systems that broadcast and connect messages, events, music, and business for conferences, churches, schools, museums, retail stores, restaurants, municipalities, and universities.
How did they meet?
Full Disclosure: Ted is married to Lori Rozgonyi, Barbara’s sister. Barbara says, “It’s been an absolute delight to watch Ted’s career progress to greater heights and louder volume.”
About Growing Social Now
Produced for both aspiring and recognized digital thought leaders, this show focuses on how social media contributes to creating and sustaining business, Barbara interviews friends in high places. Tune into smart insights, cool tips, and lots of laughs.
About Barbara Rozgonyi
Barbara Rozgonyi leads CoryWest Media, a creative marketing communication consultancy that attracts attention, builds brands, and connects communities. Named after Barbara’s mother and grandmother, CoryWest Media inspires innovation as it fuels growth. Barbara is an international trends speaker with a Hungarian heritage, digital marketing advisor since 2002, and sales leadership guide for all types of teams. With future vision, Barbara began publishing her top-ranked blog, wiredPRworks, in 2006. An early social media advocate, Barbara founded Social Media Club Chicago in 2008. Her podcast, Growing Social Now, launched in 2021. She serves on the National Speaker Association Carolinas Chapter’s board of directors as Vice President of Marketing and lives in Charlotte, North Carolina right between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Atlantic ocean.