April 2004
Mix;Apr2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p82
The article discusses the paraphernalia used by British performer "Sting" on his American tour. His sound technicians have been using the DiGiCo D5 through all its minor teething problems with great success. Also, there is the standard console with the basic 56-input configuration. The use of the onboard dynamic and effects features, has been all through out except for a Lexicon 480L purely for a different "shade" of effect. Plus, the use of snapshot feature, adds to the desired effect.


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