Fix It

July 2006
Mix;Jul2006, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p72
The article discusses the mixing work by front-of-house engineer Snake Newton for the group The Sugababes in the United States. According to Newton, the effects and dynamics onboard his Yamaha desk are excellent, but sometimes he feels the vocals were not sitting correctly. Newton notes that the three girls are on the Liquid transformer pre and 1176 emulation. He adds that group sit in the mix in a much more controlled manner without sounding too squashed.


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