Rupert Neve Designs Live: FOH for Justin Timberlake

“When you apply all this analog the proper way, you can hear more depth, more width, you can hear more finite parts without forcing them. It makes my workflow easier, it’s easier to mix – it just sounds WAY better.”

Andy Meyer, FOH Engineer for Justin Timberlake, was kind enough to provide us with these behind-the-scenes photos of his FOH rig. We count 23 pieces of Rupert Neve Designs gear in the above photo (25 if you include the two R10 500-Series power supplies), plus the 5060 Centerpiece peeking out from on top of the racks.

Check out Andy’s profile at for an in-depth rig rundown video.