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Signal To Noise Podcast, Episode 4: Talking With Chris Mitchell, FOH Engineer For Umphrey’s McGee

Detailing his quest to remove corrective parametric EQ from the input channels of his mix and more

Welcome to the Signal To Noise podcast series on ProSoundWeb, hosted by Live Sound/ProSoundWeb editor Keith Clark and technical editor Michael Lawrence.

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In Episode 4. we’re joined by Chris Mitchell, the front of house engineer for Umphrey’s McGee, an intriguing band that’s noted for experimenting with a wide range of musical styles.

We cover several topics with him, including expanding on his inaugural article for Live Sound International and ProSoundWeb entitled How To Disappear Completely, where he details his quest to remove corrective parametric EQ from the input channels of his mix.

About Our Guest: Chris, shown in the large image above at the console for Umphrey’s McGee,  is a veteran audio professional and mix engineer always on a quest to innovate with his craft. His hobbies include rebuilding vintage motorcycles and mixing consoles. Read more from Chris here.

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