Live Sound

Live Mix News March 2008

Longtime audio provider for the New Year's Eve Show in New York City's Times Square, Maryland Sound International, handled both performance stages each 3/01/2008 7:00 AM Eastern

According to FOH engineer Wayne Pauley, the Celtic Woman U.S. tour uses a Meyer Sound MILO system being hung in numerous venues; Masque Sound provided the system.

Longtime audio provider for the New Year's Eve Show in New York City's Times Square, Maryland Sound International, handled both performance stages — each with a 96-input Studer Stagebox — and a broadcast stage with 10 inputs were all fed to an optical splitter, which fed both a Soundcraft Vi6 running monitors for each performance stage and a Studer Vista 5 SR in the main “mix container”…Constantine Zachariou, engineer and project manager for Washington-based audio/video design firm Avidex, handled the audio renovation of the downtown Seattle Art Museum, which included choosing Symetrix's SymNet DSP systems…UK hire company Concert Sound finished providing a large-scale sound reinforcement system for Joe Cocker's latest European concert tour. FOH engineer Chris Madden chose EAW line array and loudspeaker sets…Village Baptist Church (Destin, FL) upgraded its wireless systems with Sennheiser SKM 5200s with Neumann KK 105 capsules, HSP 2 headworn mics with SK 500 G2 and SK 5212 transmitters, and ew 300 IEM G2 personal monitoring systems coordinated through Sennheiser's NET 1 system.