Noted mix engineers Greg Price and Brad Madix of Diablo Digital join the show in Episode 119 to discuss live multi-track recording, including the importance of always recording on tour because you never know when that “magic moment” will occur. Recording every show takes the pressure off, which helps the artists relax and perform to their best ability — and in the end, the top shows are recorded. It’s no longer about just capturing one night and hoping for the best. The Signal To Noise podcast is sponsored by Audix and Allen & Heath.
Greg and Brad established Diablo Digital in 2013 with the goal of providing tours with high-quality, easy-to-implement multi-track recorders. They discuss the turnkey systems their company produces, with the idea that any size live performance and/or tour should have a painless approach that allows engineers to focus on the show rather than worrying about the recording system.
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