Johnson, Heather
July 2004
Mix;Jul2004, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p84
Describes equipment used by the sound engineers working for British pop singer and composer Dido. Mixing of six-piece band on Yamaha PM-1D console by front-of-house engineer Mark LeCorre; Microphones and preamps for vocals; Delay-laden instruments, percussion and ethereal effects through a Meyer P.A. system; System engineer Jamie Howieson and monitor technologist Korey Sherwin.


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