Farinella, David John
August 2005
Mix;Aug2005, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p106
Shares experiences of Gary Newell as a professional sound engineer for the performances of blues singer Robert Cray. Total number of years the two had been working together; Challenges faced by Newell in learning how to use the gear new to him as they go from one location to another; Factors that contribute to the success of Newell in using all sorts of gear.


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