The Dixie Chicks

John Farinella, David
January 2007
Mix;Jan2007, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p62
The article provides information on the sound equipment and setup used by the Dixie Chicks during their world tour. Fern Alvarez, their sound engineer, mixes the music for the Dixie Chicks' twelve piece band, focusing on audience enjoyment. Information on the tour, the instruments played by the artists, and the sound equipment set up for each band member is presented.


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