Red Hot Chili Peppers

Clark, Keith
October 2006
Mix;Oct2006, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p94
The article presents an interview with Dave Rat, founder of Rat Sound based in Southern California and sound mixer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers (RHCP). Rat revealed that the music of RHCP is fun to mix with because their music is highly diverse. He stated that creating a mix is just a matter of interpretation and of discerning what RHCP wants to show and then reinforcing those needs as pragmatic as possible. He admitted that H3000 is the primary console he has been using for several years.


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