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One Question Interviews: Horseback

Jenks Miller (Horseback, solo)

SPB: What part of your live show do you find the hardest on sound engineers?

Miller: The biggest challenge in Horseback's live shows is getting the vocals to sit right in the mix. Most bands feature vocals at the front of the mix; I prefer our harsh textures to sit further back and blend with the wide-open, harmonic (i.e. tube amp) guitar sound. This allows the hypnotic repetition of the rhythm to be the focus.

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