Emerick, Donny; Zola, Joanne
September 2009
Mix;Sep2009, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p47
The article reports on the upgraded live sound system of jam-band Phish. It notes that front-of-house engineer Garry Brown is mixing on a Digidesign VENUE and is integrating Waves Platinum Bundle plugs in it while monitor engineer Mark Bradley is working on a Yamaha PM5D. Bradley shares that the band will use Telefunken M80 microphone on vocals while the four stereo mixes and a drum submix will be monitored by 10 d&b M2s, four M4s, two Q Subs and six Clair Bros. 12AMs with six QSC amplifiers. INSET: Sound All Around.


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