Hey there! My name is Raymond Ainyam. I’m the founder of Geek Musician. I started this website to help you navigate the world of audio equipment and music production, and make sure you get your hands on the best gear for your needs and budget.
Music has always been a big part of my life, I’ve been playing the keyboard for over a decade. Within this period, I’ve worked with several musicians that play different styles of music and instruments, and use various gears, software and technology for live performances and recording. And this has exposed me to a great deal of knowledge on musicianship, and technical knowledge of different musical instruments and gear.
Currently, on weekends, I usually serve at my church as an auxiliary keyboard player and band director.
On weekdays, I put my expertise to use as part of a live audio production company that provides PA systems for live shows. In this role, I work as a live sound tech for various shows and concerts, which has given me a wealth of knowledge about audio equipment such as speakers, mixing consoles, power amplifiers, and more.
Additionally, I am a consultant for bands looking to set up in-ear monitoring rigs for their tours. I help bands pick the right gear needed to set up an in-ear monitoring rig and I also help them set it up.
This is just one of the ways I use my expertise and experience to help others achieve their goals and produce the best possible music.
When I’m not working on live shows or consulting, I spend my time producing music, mixing or mastering and writing articles for the blog. And when I’m not doing any of that, I’m probably listening to music, binge-watching videos on live audio production, keyboard rigs and live performances, or hanging out with friends.
I created this blog to share my knowledge and experience with you and help you make informed choices about audio and music gear. I believe that the right tools and equipment can make all the difference in the quality of music and I would love to share my knowledge and help others make informed decisions.
In addition to writing on my blog, I also offer consulting services to churches, bands, and other audio-related organizations to help them improve their sound production. So if you’re looking for help or have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to me.