It’s a story that we hear from time to time but not often enough. Audio engineer takes a few minutes out of a chaotic post show pack up to give a wide-eyed kid “a look around” the console and its environs. And in this case, it set the life path for one of the live audio’s most decorated mixers–Robert Scovill. Russel Pope’s work with Supertramp in the 1970s set an audio standard that in-the-know engineers continue to aspire to four decades later. Read Scovi’s entire thoughtful and touching tribute here.