The Emotional Mix

Lee, Baker
June 2014
FRONT of HOUSE;Jun2014, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p68
The author discusses how audio engineers can provide an emotional mix for the audience or the performer after mastering the technical side of their job. Topics addressed include a negative atmosphere that can result from inadequate handling of audio equipment, important technical skills concerning signal flow and gain structure, and building an emotional mix to improve the musician's performance. Getting the right sounds for the musician's instrumentation and vocals is also cited.


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