Live Sound

Sound Reinforcement News, July 2008

Stevie Wonder returned to the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival as a headliner this year. William Barnett and Dwayne Jones mixed on dual DiGiCo D5 7/01/2008 8:00 AM Eastern

Japanese rockers MUCC relied on Shure guitar systems, in-ear monitoring and mics on the recent Rockstar Taste of Chaos tour.

Stevie Wonder returned to the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival as a headliner this year. William Barnett and Dwayne Jones mixed on dual DiGiCo D5 monitor boards…Legacy Sound Productions (Castle Rock, CO) brought in a D.A.S. Audio system for Dare 2 Share's Survive tour…The Paradiso (Rimini, Italy) club has been restored, with a new sound system by Titansound & Light, which chose a Martin Audio array…Sound Image (Escondido, Calif.) passed the 5-million-watt mark in its Crown Audio i-Tech inventory and the SR company's president, Dave Shadoan, will be presented with a special plaque on the opening day of InfoComm 2008…Clair Bros. (Lititz, PA) invested in 300 Lab.gruppen PLM 10000Q loudspeaker-management systems, which are being deployed on both the main full-range system and subwoofers, along with monitors and side-fills, for upcoming Alicia Keys and Dream Theater tours.