While recording Mutemath's second album, "Armistice" in 2008, Paul can be see... more
While recording Mutemath's second album, "Armistice" in 2008, Paul can be seen in his house using the Roland Juno-106 to create a bass line for the track called Clipping at 8:00.
Paul uses this keyboard primarily for sampling and sample triggering when Mut... more
Paul uses this keyboard primarily for sampling and sample triggering when Mutemath performs live.
Paul's band, Mutemath, can be seen unloading gear after touring their first a... more
Paul's band, Mutemath, can be seen unloading gear after touring their first album to start recording their second album called 'Armistice'
In an All Access series with Mutemath for [Mix Online](http://www.mixonline.c... more
In an All Access series with Mutemath for Mix Online, "Nate Lampa, Mutemath’s stage manager and backline tech, runs Meany’s main keyboard—a Hammond CV organ—through Leslie 122RV. The high horn is stereo-miked with two Shure Beta 56s, and there’s one Beta 52 on the low horn. Meany also uses an Arturia 49 MIDI controller that triggers sounds from the Nord keyboard that is at stage right."
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