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1970s recordings saw a rapid improvement in technology from the previous decade, which resulted in some signature sonic tones. Get inspired using the authentic sounds of the era when mixing in the box.

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“Weird Al” is back with his full band, backup singers and a 71-piece symphony orchestra! We asked FOH engineer Albert Rettich aka “Big Al” to talk about how he mixes Weird Al's most full-blown, over-the-top extravaganza ever—The Strings Attached Tour.

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Headphones are a practical monitoring alternative to loudspeakers, but can you accurately mix on them with results you can trust to translate? Read our guide to solving headphone issues with Waves Abbey Road Studio 3.

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The sound engineers for top festival acts Childish Gambino, Twenty One Pilots, Janelle Monae, etc. share how Waves tools helped them deliver sensational sound at Chicago’s Lollapalooza 2019.

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FOH engineer Dani Munoz talks about recreating Swedish singer/songwriter Lykke Li’s lush studio sound in a live setting, taking his compact eMotion LV1 mixer rig to venues and festivals worldwide during the So Sad So Sexy tour.

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FOH engineer Mike Fanuele and monitor engineer Kevin “Tater” McCarthy share their setup and live plugin choices for Linkin Park leader Mike Shinoda’s 2019 solo world tour.

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The audio team for acclaimed industrial rock band The Young Gods have chosen Waves’ eMotion LV1 live mixer and an arsenal of Waves plugins for the band’s 2019 world tour.

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Trevor Wright, Technical Director of Indiana’s Road to Life evangelical church, shares why the church has chosen Waves plugins and three Waves eMotion LV1 mixers for its front-of-house, monitor, and broadcast stations.

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FOH engineer Mads Mikkelsen (VOLBEAT, King Diamond, Die Antwoord) discusses how the eMotion LV1 mixer and Waves plugins enable him to get big, pristine live sound in a variety of venues, while on tour with Danish rising star Jacob Dinesen.

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What if you were tasked with making a full multitrack song using only one instrument; where would you begin? A brief understanding of sound-design concepts could get you on your way to exploring new creative horizons for your music.

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