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03.27.12

Antelope Audio Isochrone OCX Master Clock Helps Ensure System Clarity During Austin Music Festival

“Clocking your digital console with an Antelope clock is like turbocharging your desk. The difference between clocked and non-clocked audio is extremely noticeable. I don’t like to work without it.”

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10.06.11

EVENT 20/20 MUSIC

“Mixing a who’s who of hip hop, reggae, bass music, rock and beyond, Mundy is not only a go-to studio mastering and mixing editor but also an in-demand live engineer and system tech.”

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09.05.11

RTB NYC Review

“The beats, spacious and plumped out in the best sound of the night, were fabulous.”

 

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08.03.11

MUNDY SHARES HIS SECRETS

“Being a professional is about being consistent and fast every time all the time. The M7CL gives me a flexible customizable work surface that does not stunt my creative vision as a mixer.”

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05.04.11

Yamaha M7CL Console The Choice Of Engineer Patrick Mundy At SXSW

“This year, DBS Sound engineer Patrick Mundy (“Mundy”), who typically mixes festivals and red carpet events, chose to use a Yamaha M7CL-48 digital audio console as his main source of audio.”

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08.27.09

YAMAHA PM5D + M7CL ‘GO TO’ BOARDS FOR DBS SOUND’S MUNDY

“Mundy recently mixed main stage front of house on a Yamaha PM5D for this year’s Rock the Bells Festival. “The owner of DBS Sound, Ruben Silva, is the man who I credit with marketing me and developing me as a ‘go to’ front of house engineer for just about any genre of music,” says Mundy.

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