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Linkin Park guitarist and producer Mike Shinoda gives a glimpse into the making of the band’s 2017 album One More Light, with song-by-song insights into the album’s production and mixing.
Linkin Park’s FOH and monitor engineers focus on the transition from virtual soundcheck to the live show, the relationship between PA, nearfield and in-ear mixes, how to get drum nuances across, and more.
FOH engineer Ken ‘Pooch’ Van Druten and monitor engineer Kevin ‘Tater’ McCarthy give a breakdown of their live plugin chains for Linkin Park’s 2014 tour.
Join FOH engineer Ken ‘Pooch’ Van Druten and monitor engineer Kevin ‘Tater’ McCarthy as they get ready for Linkin Park’s 2014 tour and set up their gear.
In this video, Carlos Branco ‘Kalunga’ (F.O.H., Ivete Sangalo) talks with Ken ‘Pooch’ Van Druten (F.O.H., Linkin Park) about how using MaxxVolume, C6, NLS, L2, and InPhase to mix Linkin Park live.
In this video, FOH mixing engineer Ken Pooch Van Druten shares some of his live mixing methods using Waves plugins on Linkin Parks 2010 Tour A Thousand Suns.
Linkin Park has started a touring cycle again. This month has been a long and hard process of rehearsals and promotional shows. The week before rehearsals, I received an email from Mike Shinoda (lead singer and co-producer of Linkin Park) that asked me to contact the recording engineer for the new record, A Thousand Suns.
In this exclusive video, Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda discusses the role Waves plugins play in the band’s creative process, helping shape their cutting-edge sound. Mike talks about a few of his favorite plugins, and shows how the band achieved the cool vocal effect on the hit single "The Catalyst."
Record producer, rapper, songwriter, keyboardist, backing vocalist, and rhythm guitarist Mike Shinoda, recently spoke to Waves from the studio where Linkin Park is now recording their long-awaited new album.
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