Farinella, David John
January 2005
Mix;Jan2005, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p74
The article reports on the contribution of front-of-house engineer Chirs Bailey in the success on the club circuit of Cake. It seems like Chris Bailey should be pushing 11 on the stress-o-meter. He is handling front-of-house (FOH) duties and tour managing for Cake's club circuit. At FOH, Bailey approaches the band as a rhythmic entity. He says that the guys are not big low-end guys. There are a lot of rhythmic things going on, but its not all about the drums. A lot of the warmth on the bottom is coming from the bass guitar. Bailey mikes the kit with a pair of overheads and lets those channels drive the mix.


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