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“Matt’s tough. His mic control is horrible, his physical output is mediocre. He does his thing and he sounds amazing, but he requires a lot of support. On a scale of one to 10, for the amount of lead vocalist attention he needs, he’s probably a solid eight. Because he sings in a baritone, he doesn’t have a lot of physical output—so because that’s the reality of what we live it, it plays a major role in the gain structure of the front of house mix. He will limit the overall potential of the volume every show. I route Matt’s vocals through a subgroup, there’s a 31-band EQ inserted on it, and the ballad-y songs give me an opportunity to go in and make minor corrections.”—Brandon Reid, FOH engineer for The National, on singer Matt Berninger’s baritone.
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