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Carl Cox recommends Focusrite Liquid Channels
DJ Carl Cox has spoken about his use of Focusrite Liquid Channel equipment.
The star explained that wherever he is playing in the world, he always makes sure the hardware processors form part of his set-up.
In comments reported by MI-Pro, Cox said he is not the only person in his crew impressed by the Focusrite equipment.
"My Liquid Channels are transparent but warm and big in their sound and, as testament to their quality, our front-of-house engineer said it was the first time in his career that he didn't need to add any EQ or processing," he remarked.
Cox added that he feels the products give him a "sonic edge" when he is DJ-ing, improving his live show in the process.
Earlier this month, Cox announced details of a UK tour he will be embarking on during April.
The star will start off a run behind the decks in London on April 21st, moving on to perform in Leeds, Liverpool and Portrush across the Easter break.
He is to be supported at all of the dates by Space resident Yousef, with other DJs joining the pair at each location.
Posted on 6 Mar 2011 09:00 to category : Instruments News
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