On the Road

January 2007
Mix;Jan2007, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p78
An interview with sound recording engineer Paul David Hager is presented. When asked about the sound equipment used, Hager responded on using the Line 6 Echo Pro, Lexicon 480L and other digital systems. Hager stresses on the need to produce sound effects that is audible for the people in front. A brief description on the sound mixing techniques used by Hager is presented.


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