November 2007
Mix;Nov2007, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p78
The article provides information on Fabrizio Del Monte, front of house engineer for Hinder, a band in the U.S. According to the author, Del Monte has also mixed for bands like Theory of a Deadman, Billy Talent and Econoline Crush. Del Monte states that when problems of vocal mics that grabs a lot of the backline and cymbals from the kit occur, the solution to the problem is Mic-Mute, a product that is great for cleaning up mix.


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