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Careful With That Ax, Eugene: An Approach To Optimizing Guitars In The Mix
Presenting those electric guitar tones accurately, with some degree of isolation from the other onstage noise makers.
By Chris Mitchell • February 8, 2019


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 create complex and gorgeous guitar tones that require only reproduction to fit into my mix, sans correction or modification.

I want to present those tones accurately, with some degree of isolation from the other onstage noise makers. Further, I want to place them carefully in the mix so their natural dynamic stays mainly in the pocket, requiring only soft fader moves.

First, here’s how I capture their signals...

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