Pilots Leave No Stone Untempled

Young, Clive
November 2011
Pro Sound News;Nov2011, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p50
The article discusses the efforts of sound mixers Eddie Mapp and Andy Ebert to provide a surround sound system for the concert tour of Stone Temple Pilots. It states that the band only carries control gear and monitors throughout the tour which forces them to use different public address (PA) systems, however Rational Acoustics' Smaart 7 software is reportedly used to achieve consistency. It notes that the band travels around the West Coast, Canada, and Mexico.


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