Jennings, Steve
September 2010
Mix;Sep2010, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p58
The article focuses on the audio equipment setup preparations for the concert tours of the band "Keane." It states that the band purchased the vocal microphones in wireless G3 version and battery-recharging system from Sennheiser. It says that studio engineer Matthew Kettle works on an Avid Profile system using a variety of plug-ins, vintage compressors, and FX from Waves Mercury and Studio Classics Collection. Moreover, keyboardist Tim Rice-Oxley prepared a two keyboard setup.


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