On the Road

Jam, Pearl
September 2006
Mix;Sep2006, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p80
This article presents an interview with Karrie Keyes, the monitor engineer of the music group, Pearl Jam. When asked about the changes during the last 15 years, she states that as technology improved problems resolved. She states that she uses Midas Heritage consoles and working with a digital console was not sucessful. She states that they still use wedges and augment the vocal with Rat S wedges, and the only processing they use are PCM-60 and a BSS compressor.


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