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Mixing FOH: Mixing at zero (VIDEO)

Jon Burton shares some great advice about keeping faders at zero when mixing live

In the fourth and final video in Soulsound’s Mixing FOH series (see Mixing FOH: Arriving at the venue, Mixing FOH: Walking the room and Mixing FOH: Working on the snare for parts one, two and three), Jon Burton shares some great advice about keeping faders at zero when mixing live.

Around the zero mark is the area where you have most control on the fader, and keeping them all at the same level (adjusting the gain to be able to do this) also means you know where the faders ought to be in the event of something being knocked accidentally. He also describes micing on VCAs and subgroups.

Mixing FOH: Mixing at Zero from soulsound.co.uk on Vimeo.

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