Neil Diamond

Frink, Mark
January 2006
Mix;Jan2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p86
The article provides information on the audio and video equipment used by Neil Diamond on its 2005 world tour. Stan Miller, concert sound designer and front-of-house (FOH) engineer took the Yamaha PM1D console on its first major tour. On this outing, both FOH and monitors are based around with Yamaha PM5D which uses outboard AD8HR microphone preamplifier instead of onboard RH head amplifiers, with DM64N mix engines at splitters. Bernie Becker, monitor engineer uses an Aardvark word clock generator and a Lucid word clock distribution amplifier used for stabilizing the digital system.


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