Live Sound

Load In: Sound Reinforcement News, May 2010

Read Mix News For the Concert Touring Professional In the May 2010 Issue of Mix 4/27/2010 11:35 AM Eastern
The View’s new SR system, sound designer Dan Gerhard spec’d an L-Acoustics rental package comprising 26 KIVA enclosures split among seven arrays collectively processed and powered by four LA4 amplified controllers. Gerhard worked with PRG’s Bob Rendon and Matt Bell. " />

For The View’s new SR system, sound designer Dan Gerhard spec’d an L-Acoustics rental package comprising 26 KIVA enclosures split among seven arrays collectively processed and powered by four LA4 amplified controllers. Gerhard worked with PRG’s Bob Rendon and Matt Bell.




























Megadeth FOH engineer Doug Short jumped into the digital world by taking out a Midas Pro6 for the band’s current tour…Foreigner vocalist Kelly Hansen on using Beyerdynamic Opus Series wireless mics onstage: “I don’t want hyped midrange or narrowed spectrum to assist in feedback rejection; I want to hear what I’m putting out, and Beyer does that in a big, warm way.”…College Hill Productions supplied the live sound services for the Auckland date of Big Day Out, which featured two main stages next to each other, enabling one act to perform on one stage immediately following the conclusion of another performance on the adjacent stage. FOH system engineers Kevin Bennett and Leon Dalton used a 96-channel Soundcraft Vi6 console with fiber multi-cores; a third was used by Groove Armada in the dance tent…Rihanna is out promoting her latest album, Rated R, singing through a Sennheiser SKM 5200 handheld with dynamic MD 5235 capsule.