Jennings, Steve
November 2002
Mix;Nov2002, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p153
Discusses the sound mixing equipment used by monitor engineers for performers David Bowie and Moby. Mention of the Midas Heritage console, the Shure DFR11EQ equalizer, and the Yamaha PM-1D.


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