On the Road

July 2003
Mix;Jul2003, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p66
Interviews sound mixer Hugh Johnson in Nashville, Tennessee. Equipment used on the vocals of singer Vince Gill; Use of the digital mixer DiGiCo D5 Live console; Activities enjoyed for leisure.


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