International Audio Arts Festival

April 4th-7th 2019

Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, Ireland



Jimmy Eadie is a founding member of the Crash Ensemble and has worked closely with them as their sound engineer and technical advisor for live productions since their inaugural concert in 1997. Jimmy has toured Europe and America with many Irish acts as sound Engineer and sound designer. He has trained with Meyer and L-acoustic Audio companies.


Most recently his sound design work on the RTE radio production of ‘Record’ by Dylan Tighe was nominated in the Prix Europa Radio Prize 2013.

In his capacity as sound designer he won the 2011 Irish Times theatre award for his work on the Samuel Beckett piece ‘All that fall’ presented by Pan Pan Theatre.


He has recently been focusing more on sound installation and design. One of his collaborations was a large-scale theatre/sound piece with Pan Pan where he designed and constructed a unique 256-speaker line array system.


He set up Asylum Recording Studios in 2004 and worked and collaborated with artists, composers and performers from varied backgrounds and genres and has had many Irish Choice Music Award nominations His familiarity with many different disciplines stems from his absolute passion for sound whatever form it may take.


This enthusiasm informs his teaching, lecturing and mentoring of students of Sound Design and Production in (MMT) Music and Media Technology, TCD Dublin and Pulse College Dublin.

Jimmy Eadie

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