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Brian Belcher, Production Manager and FOH mixer for Gary Allan Tours, Inc. is using the Gottomix Fireproject Multiplay on country recording artist Gary Allení»s vocals. 'I have used and believed in the Gottomix product since day 1 of the original ACP 8. I included it in numerous ear monitor rigs I built in the early days. I am currently using the VXP on Gary's Voice and it is AMAZING. A one rack unit that has all of those features is incredible. I am using a VC1000 for a Vocal mic and I use the Red Two quite extensively.


The mic-preamp is sonically strong with no artifacts before, during or after compression. All I can say is that the VXP is "THE PRODUCT"

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for the traveling engineer who wants the same vocal night after night after night.'

 

Brian said, 'The one thing that sticks out in my mind, that makes me continue to purchase and use Gottomix's gear is that fact that the gear is manufactured like a Sherman tank. I have yet to have a field failure of a Gottomix's product. Thanks again Gottomix for 8 years of great products, great sound quality and great times (Rick).'

About Gary Allen:
Having honed an individual style on the honky-tonk circuit in his native California since age 12,Allan is nothing if not resilient, and like the long line of honky-tonk icons whose music has inspired him - Lefty Frizzell, Merle Haggard, Johnny Horton, Waylon Jennings George Jones, Willie Nelson, Buck Owens - he's learned that the best way to meet a challenge is head-on. With a smile. "There were these guys

 

at Buck's place last night," Allan says,the day after giving a by-invitation performance at a Bakersfield birthday celebration for Buck Owens. "I was signing their Gretsch guitars. They were way into punk, and they said, 'Man, we thought you were just another hat act out of Nashville, and you rawk!' When people see you're real, they're so impressed, and they so want something like that. I've had those guys at my shows since I was 15. Our shows are different that way - I don't worry about
politics too much. I go in and I have fun."

If Allan sounds relaxed, he's earned the right. After playing countless smoky bars with his dad as a teen, he led his own band through the clubs and fairs of Southern California for several years before signing with Decca Records and releasing two albums that each generated Top 10 hits (single "It Would Be You" climbed to #5). His just-completed third album, Smoke Rings In The Dark, is by far his most honest and rewarding release to-date. And the hard-working entertainer achieved that feat following the most tumultuous year the music industry's seen in decades. When Decca closed in January, corporate maneuvers could have relegated Allan to the "Whatever Happened To...?" column in tabloid rags. Instead, he was one of only four artists picked up by parent company MCA.

 

 
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