Los Angeles, CA (November 7, 2014)—A Behringer X32 digital mixing console and P16 personal monitoring system was recently installed in Daryl Hall’s new club, Daryl’s House, in Pawling, NY.
The new club will act as the primary shooting location for the award-winning Live from Daryl’s House (LFDH) show, which broadcasts online and on the VH1 and Palladia TV networks. Serving as a live performance venue for a variety of artists, many of whom have appeared on the show, Daryl’s House will also offer a culinary experience that showcases many of the dishes from LFDH���s food segment.
Behringer X32s are installed at both FOH and monitor positions, and inputs are split digitally over a single Ethernet cable via the consoles’ onboard AES50 ports. The P16 system is fed directly from the monitor position X32, or the console can be controlled remotely by an iPad or PC from FOH in the absence of a monitor engineer. Musicians on stage will be using a combination of traditional wedges and in-ear monitoring.
“I want every musician to have easy control over their own mix, something rarely possible in a club,” commented Peter Moshay, longtime producer/engineer for Hall & Oates. “The X32 provides all of the signal processing you need with reliable remote control, and the integration with the P16 system is the perfect way to give the musicians exactly what they need in their individual monitor mixes. This high level of flexibility frees me up to attend to other tasks during the show.”