Clark, Rick
June 2007
Mix;Jun2007, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p122
The article profiles sound engineer, mixer and producer Jacquire King. King lives in Nashville, Tennessee, a city he praises for its numerous studios and creative community. He is particularly enthusiastic about Blackbird studio. King's favorite method of working is to have the players as close together as possible and in one space. He claims that in this manner the result has more spirit. The sound recording equipment he uses, such as microphones and mixers, is also discussed.


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