Exclusive Listen to New Podcast With Hamilton’s Sound Designer

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Nevin Steinberg, who designed the sound for the Tony Award-winning musical Hamilton, shares his secrets behind the sound.
Daveed Diggs, Okieriete Onaodowan, Anthony Ramos and Lin-Manuel Miranda in <i>Hamilton </i>
Daveed Diggs, Okieriete Onaodowan, Anthony Ramos and Lin-Manuel Miranda in Hamilton Joan Marcus

The second season of The Dolby Institute and SoundWorks Collection’s Conversations with Sound Artists podcast will be released September 26, and before you can listen on iTunes, we offer the entire first episode featuring Hamilton sound designer Nevin Steinberg.

In “Nevin Steinberg: The Sound of Hamilton,” Steinberg “discusses his work on hit shows including Hamilton, Bright Star, The Full Monty, and Spamalot,” according to press notes. He also shares “why he doesn’t listen to the cast albums of his shows, the trials of redesigning theater sound for touring companies, coming trends in Broadway sound design, and his experiences working with such legendary artists as Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mike Nichols, Steve Martin, and Edie Brickell.”

Listen to the episode in its entirety below.

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Conversations with Sound Artists features episodes about Broadway musical theatre, Virtual Reality, podcasting, cinematic sound design and more. Glenn Kiser, director of the Dolby Institute, and SoundWorks Collection’s Michael Coleman speak with top industry creatives and take a closer look behind the scenes of creating the soundscapes for various expressive formats.

The podcast will be available on iTunes September 26. Learn more about Dolby Institute and SoundWorks Collection.

Steinberg has also designed sound for Dear Evan Hansen, Bright Star, It Shoulda Been You, Mothers and Sons, Cinderella, The Performers, Magic/Bird, The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe and The Full Monty.

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