Profile: Chris Madden

From a family steeped in recording, UK-born Chris Madden is now one of the most in-demand FOH engineers on the global circuit – and part of the 'Avid Family' of users who advise on software, training and recording shows directly to Pro Tools.
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From a family steeped in recording, UK-born Chris Madden is now one of the most in-demand FOH engineers on the global circuit – and part of the 'Avid Family' of users who advise on software, training and recording shows directly to Pro Tools. Phil Ward straps himself to the trapeze to talk Pink, Sugababes and more.

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