Horgan, Candace
August 2003
Mix;Aug2003, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p82
Focuses on the audio equipment used by sound engineer Bryan Worthen for the music recordings of the band Foo Fighters in the U.S. Use of Midas XL4 console for mixing duties; SPX990 reverb for the sound effects; Rat V-Dosc system for the concert tours of the band.


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