Live mixes are an expressive way to get a dynamic final sound - used in the likes of dub and techno for years. In this video, Mungo's Hi Fi gives an overview of his mixing setup, effects and techniques he uses to create a live mix, with a top-down view of the desk as he works.
He's got a Moog low pass filter, a short delay, a spring reverb, a Vermona a filter and Ibanez delay as auxiliary sends on his mixer, giving him EQ control over each element as well as allowing him to use each send to create feedback loops. The latter part of the video shows a live mix - something which takes practice but is a lively and tactile way to finish a track.
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