Switchfoot 2010 Tour Gallery

Switchfoot 2010 Tour Gallery

Switchfoot 2010 tour gallery from Mix magazine

Drummer Chad Butler’s kit takes a Shure Beta 91 (kick), Beta 98s (toms), SM57s (snare top/bottom), KSM 137 (hi-hat) and KSM 32s (overheads).

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Drummer Chad Butler’s kit takes a Shure Beta 91 (kick), Beta 98s (toms), SM57s (snare top/bottom), KSM 137 (hi-hat) and KSM 32s (overheads).

Drummer Chad Butler’s kit takes a Shure Beta 91 (kick), Beta 98s (toms), SM57s (snare top/bottom), KSM 137 (hi-hat) and KSM 32s (overheads).Guitar/bass tech Chris BeatyAccording to guitar/bass tech Chris Beaty, each speaker is miked with an SM57. “Drew is our effects wizard—always trying to replicate the sounds from the record through his rig and arsenal of pedals,” Beaty says. “He has two pedal boards: The one Jerome Fontamilla and Drew ShirleyJerome Fontamillas’ keyboard setup comprises a 73-key Rhodes Stage Piano and a Korg M3 keyboard. Through the Rhodes, he runs a Line 6 Echo Park delay pedal and a Visual Sound Route 808 distortion pedal. For added effects on the Korg, he runs an extra li
Jerome Fontamillas’ keyboard setup comprises a 73-key Rhodes Stage Piano and a Korg M3 keyboard. Through the Rhodes, he runs a Line 6 Echo Park delay pedal and a Visual Sound Route 808 distortion pedal. For added effects on the Korg, he runs an extra liJerome Fontamillas’ keyboard setup comprises a 73-key Rhodes Stage Piano and a Korg M3 keyboard. Through the Rhodes, he runs a Line 6 Echo Park delay pedal and a Visual Sound Route 808 distortion pedal. For added effects on the Korg, he runs an extra liJon Foreman sings through a Shure UR2/SM58 wireless mic; backing vocals take SM58s. “Jon is always in the crowd a long distance from the stage and the wireless range on the UR2 is outstanding,” comments Liuzzi.Jon Foreman sings through a Shure UR2/SM58 wireless mic; backing vocals take SM58s. “Jon is always in the crowd a long distance from the stage and the wireless range on the UR2 is outstanding,” comments Liuzzi.Jon Foreman sings through a Shure UR2/SM58 wireless mic; backing vocals take SM58s. “Jon is always in the crowd a long distance from the stage and the wireless range on the UR2 is outstanding,” comments Liuzzi.
Jon Foreman sings through a Shure UR2/SM58 wireless mic; backing vocals take SM58s. “Jon is always in the crowd a long distance from the stage and the wireless range on the UR2 is outstanding,” comments Liuzzi.Ryan Nichols, front-of-house engineer/production manager, mixes on a Digidesign Show Profile, citing its small footprint and compatibility with Pro Tools for recording as perks.Drummer Chad Butler’s kit takes a Shure Beta 91 (kick), Beta 98s (toms), SM57s (snare top/bottom), KSM 137 (hi-hat) and KSM 32s (overheads).Switchfoot performing onstageSwitchfoot performing onstage
Switchfoot performing onstageDrummer Chad Butler’s kit takes a Shure Beta 91 (kick), Beta 98s (toms), SM57s (snare top/bottom), KSM 137 (hi-hat) and KSM 32s (overheads).Drew Shirley has pedal board up in his guitar rack so he can affect with his hands. That board comprises a Menatone Pleasure Trem 5000, Korg Kaoss Pad and an Ibanez Analog Delay.Drew Shirley (guitars) is using a 65 London Head and a 1950s Supro Super, both through a 65 cabinet with 2x12-inch Pre Rola Celestions.Jon Foreman sings through a Shure UR2/SM58 wireless mic; backing vocals take SM58s. “Jon is always in the crowd a long distance from the stage and the wireless range on the UR2 is outstanding,” comments Liuzzi.
Jon Foreman sings through a Shure UR2/SM58 wireless mic; backing vocals take SM58s. “Jon is always in the crowd a long distance from the stage and the wireless range on the UR2 is outstanding,” comments Liuzzi.Jon Foreman sings through a Shure UR2/SM58 wireless mic; backing vocals take SM58s. “Jon is always in the crowd a long distance from the stage and the wireless range on the UR2 is outstanding,” comments Liuzzi.Jon Foreman sings through a Shure UR2/SM58 wireless mic; backing vocals take SM58s. “Jon is always in the crowd a long distance from the stage and the wireless range on the UR2 is outstanding,” comments Liuzzi.Jon Foreman sings through a Shure UR2/SM58 wireless mic; backing vocals take SM58s. “Jon is always in the crowd a long distance from the stage and the wireless range on the UR2 is outstanding,” comments Liuzzi.According to Liuzzi, there are two Shure 515 push-to-talk mics onstage: One is set up behind Jon Foreman’s amp (pictured) and one at the drums for the band to communicate with each other and with the monitor engineer without being in the P.A. during the
Monitor engineer Michael “Miggs” Liuzzi (who also does double-duty as drum and keyboard tech, as well as stage manager) mans a Yamaha M7CL, using few plug-ins—mostly light compression on a few vocals and the snare drum.Drummer Chad Butler’s kit takes a Shure Beta 91 (kick), Beta 98s (toms), SM57s (snare top/bottom), KSM 137 (hi-hat) and KSM 32s (overheads).Bassist Tim Foreman plays a Lakland Decade model run through a Line 6 Lowdown HD750 bass amp through a Gallien Krueger bass cab; he also uses a Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler pedal.Bassist Tim Foreman plays a Lakland Decade model run through a Line 6 Lowdown HD750 bass amp through a Gallien Krueger bass cab; he also uses a Line 6 M9 Stompbox Modeler pedal.



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