TITLE

The Rolling Stones

AUTHOR(S)
Jones, Sarah
PUB. DATE
January 2006
SOURCE
Mix;Jan2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p76
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article provides information regarding the sound and video equipment used by the rock band Rolling Stones during their concert performance held at SBC Park in San Francisco, California on November 2005. Dave Natale, front-of-house engineer sets up a Yamaha PM400 mixer from the main stage and a Mackie Onyx 3280 mixer from the B stage along with the main keyboard inputs. Natale also includes two dbx 900 racks with Model 903 limiter modules, Manley Electro Optical Limiter and two Aphex 612 gates in addition to Lexicon PCM91 reverb on standby. Mike Adams, audio crew sets up Outboard gear used on for the monitor mixes which includes Avalon 737, Manley ELOP and dbx compressors, Yamaha SPX-990 reverbs and Eventide H3OOO.
ACCESSION #
19397668

 

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