BUENA PARK, Calif.â”€Eight years after Linkin Park released their first CD, the band has embarked again on the Projekt Revolution Tour. This time around, monitor engineer Kevin â€˜Taterâ€™ McCarthy has taken along the new Yamaha DSP5D Expander for use in conjunction with a PM5D monitor console. â€œIâ€™m using the DSP5D for an extra 28 inputs and two extra outputs that Linkin Park required for this leg of the tour,â€? states McCarthy. â€œI was first introduced to the PM5D almost four years ago by the front of house engineer for Judas Priest, and I havenâ€™t looked back since. What initially attracted me to the 5D was that it is a stand-alone console; no need for extra stage racks.â€?
â€˜Taterâ€™ is using a PM5D cascaded to a DSP5D Expander with a Waves Y96k plug-in card, a Yamaha MY-DA96 card, and an MYAD-96K card. â€œI use no outboard effects or dynamics; they are all onboard,â€? adds McCarthy.
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