They talk about the expectation of “record quality” mixes coming out of consoles even when we’re not “studio engineers,” and more. Sully also talks about some of his experiences with system engineers from one-offs to tours and how he handles those situations. They discuss one of Sully’s first tours with Prince, and how Prince would mix FOH and monitors from the stage while playing. Sully talks about micing techniques and balance when working with pianos on artists like Norah Jones, Alicia Keys, and Sarah McLachlan.
Sully has a multiple-page resume of amazing artists some of which include Alanis Morisette, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Beastie Boys, Norah Jones, Alicia Keys, Beck, Rihanna, Rage Against the Machine, and many more as well as staff engineer for Eighth Day Sound and ATK. He also mentions mixing his brother’s band’s most recent album, “RADIAN”.
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