June 2004
Mix;Jun2004, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p72
Shares the advice of Steve La Cerra on mixing a loud band in a small club or theater. Alignment of the public address speakers; Incorporation of delay on the main outputs; Cancellation of low frequencies.


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