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August 2008
Mix;Aug2008, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p62
The article presents PilotLight Audio Inc. front-of-house engineer Philip J. Harvey's experience multitracking the band, White Stripes' 10th-anniversary tour in 2007 in 40 channels of high-resolution digital audio using a Metric Halo rig and his MacBook Pro laptop. He recorded a 4-channel pre-mix with a separate MIO 2882+DSP unit.


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