Jennings, Steve
August 2005
Mix;Aug2005, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p104
Reports on the decision of hip hop and rap masterminds, The Roots, to take a more band approach in the U.S. Reasons behind the use of live instruments onstage and in the studio; Efforts of the band to building their acoustic system from two turntables and a microphone to a full-sized rig; Assertions from The Roots' sound engineer regarding the choice of equipment and gear used by the band in their performances.


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