Area offers many parks for pooches

Rocky, a German Shorthair Pointer and Brody, a golden retriever mix with his summer haircut, play at Redwood Park’s off-leash dog park, enjoying a race for the tennis ball and a pee-a-thin on a recent Saturday. Dogs can have their day in Josephine County …
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In this interview brought to you by the folks at Waves Audio, front of house engineer Ken ‘Pooch’ describes how he mixes Linkin Park on the road. From ‘A Thousand Suns’ tour.

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    • noskilz04
    • November 25, 2015

    This is my future job hopefully

    • mam shinoda
    • November 24, 2015

    he did all I wanna do, I love his position

    • Jornado Valley
    • November 24, 2015

    The iPod could be in between set music, or for system calibrations. He did say he tries to replicate the album sounds at the live shows, so perhaps he uses the album as reference during set-up, for accuracy purposes.

    • Camilo Pasin
    • November 24, 2015

    i just loved the way he did the vocals of "the catalyst" to match the record. call the guy who did it.

    • sergiudrummer
    • November 24, 2015

    People buy the record … sure , we buy… the records.. yea..

    • LimitedOptionsMan
    • November 24, 2015

    LP just hit the shortlist of my list of bands to see live.

    • TheGreat TimeTraveler
    • November 24, 2015

    whats the program that he is using???

    • Fipo Rayden
    • November 24, 2015

    Beside audio considerations.. Super cool tats, dude!

    • MrJonagonzalez
    • November 24, 2015

    its not a software its the whole digital console called the venue "profile" made by digidesign now owned by avid. this console allows you to plug in your "ilok" key and what ever plugin you own in pro tools you can bring it to the live world.

    • Sam Pearson
    • November 24, 2015

    why not just use a graphic eq instead of a compressor

    • choasista
    • November 24, 2015

    guys where can i get the multi tracks? do u have any idea?

    • KevinAZheng
    • November 24, 2015

    Just noticed he has the same dB meter I have haha.

    • TheMusicalAnomaly®
    • November 24, 2015

    He is using the digiLive console. I just do not care for that board! If I had to use that board and nothing else was avail, I would move to cancel a show! They just dont sound good, the lows are dull and pasty and the mid are clouded and the highs are just terrible! I can always pick that console out the instant I get close enough to the arena to hear the show! Using waves in concert awesome concept! But give me an Midas or Soundcraft or DigiCO

    • Benny Masterton
    • November 24, 2015

    He will be using a Grapic EQ, but having the ability to eq that channels in compressor allows him to be SUPER precise and not compress the nasty Freqs

    • Jaka Muis
    • November 24, 2015

    He is using 5 DSP (CMIIW) …… so it will handle many plugins .

    • Elliott Henderson
    • November 24, 2015

    He presses the play button then.

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