Mixing METALLICA - Backstage Video Interviews With Band's Dual Monitoring Team Posted
July 3, 2014, a year ago
Meyer Sound has uploaded interviews with Metallica's dual monitoring team, Bob Cowan and Adam Correia, as they share the lessons they have learned from mixing the band. They cover everything from Metallica's stage volume, the utmost importance of consistency, earning and maintaining the artists' trust, and how they meet the high expectations from the band, FOH engineer Big Mick Hughes, and fans.
Metallica has recently added 76 Meyer Sound MJF-210 stage monitors to its touring inventory. Learn more about the MJF-210 at this location.
Check out fly on the wall footage shot by the MetOnTour reporter on June 9th at the Pinkpop Festival in Landgraaf, Netherlands. Footage includes some Tuning Room shenanigans and both "Ride The Lightning" and "Wherever I May roam" from the show:
The setlist on the night was as follows:"Battery"
"Master Of Puppets"
"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
"Ride The Lightning"
Kirk Solo #1"The Unforgiven"
"Lords Of Summer"
"Wherever I May Roam"
"Sad But True"
Bass Solo"Fade to Black"
"...And Justice For All"
"For Whom The Bell Tolls"
"Whiskey In The Jar"
Kirk Solo #2"Nothing Else Matters"
"Seek And Destroy"
Metallica's new song, "Lords Of Summer" (First Pass Version), is now available on iTunes via Blackened Recordings. Get it here.