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Mix;Oct2007, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p118
The article describes several concert tours of musicians, along their sound engineers and sound producing equipment. The Cribs play with their engineer Michael Parker using equipment such as amplifiers, TC Electronic D2, Eventide H3000 and Sennheiser microphones. Crowded House plays with sound company Firehouse Productions with engineer Jim Warren. Paramore plays with engineer Ronnie Gardner.


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