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Big Mick Hughes On Mixing Metallica, Low End And LEO Line Array (Video)

In a recently produced video from Meyer Sound, he talks about his role as a front of house engineer and his love of low end.

By PSW Staff July 9, 2015

"Big Mick" Hughes mixing Metallica.

Front of house engineer “Big Mick” Hughes has mixed more than 1,500 Metallica shows.

In a recently produced video, he talks about everything from his role as a front of house engineer and his love of low end to his experience with the Meyer Sound LEO linear large-scale sound reinforcement system and the 1100-LFC low-frequency control element.

“I’m a bit of a bass monster, and I can honestly say that I’ve never heard a sub like 1100-LFC, ever… It does it all. The spectrum is there. It’s like having a blank canvas now—where before you could only paint on half of it, and now you can paint on the whole thing,” says Hughes.

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