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Chris Mitchell serves as FOH engineer for Umphrey’s McGee, a very popular rock band noted for experimenting with a wide range of musical styles. His hobbies include rebuilding vintage motorcycles and mixing consoles. Read more by Chris at flyingeyepro.wordpress.com.
Latest Posts by Chris
The Beats Between: Capturing Varied Percussion & Fitting It Within The Mix
Many musical genres feature extra percussion in addition to beats provided by a drummer on a trap kit, and adding a percussionist to the line-up…
Careful With That Ax, Eugene: An Approach To Optimizing Guitars In The Mix
The guitar players in Umphrey’s McGee (the band that I work with) are masters of their craft. Not only are they great players, they can…
Divide & Conquer: Optimizing The Kick Drum-Bass Guitar Relationship In The Mix
Mixing drum kits can be fun. Banging on something to produce a rhythm may have been our first musical experience as a species. Modern recording…
How To Disappear Completely: My Year Of Working Without Corrective EQ
A few years ago, I embarked on a quest to remove the last few bands of corrective parametric equalization from the input channels of my…