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January 2008
Mix;Jan2008, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p40
The article offers information on the sound engineering crew of performer Velvet Revolver, who records under Highland Heights, Ohio-based Eighth Day Sound. The group's front-of-house (FOH) engineer is Toby Francis while its monitor engineers are Andy Ebert and Clay Hudtson. Microphones used are Heil Sound PR 30, PR 20 and PR 40.


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