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Load In: Sound Reinforcement News, April 2009

Read Mix News For the Concert Touring Professional In the April 2009 Issue of Mix

The Killers’ FOH engineer James Gebhard is manning a DiGiCo SD7 provided by Eighth Day Sound.

Rock band Extreme recently completed a European tour, selecting two Allen & Heath iLive digital mixing systems to manage front-of-house (Joe Brown) and monitors (Jay Phebus)…Frankfurt, Germany-based Sirius Showequipment has joined the L-Acoustics K1/KUDO Pilot Program; sound company CEO Wolfgang “Schabbach” Neumann says the system will go out on the Die Toten Hosen‘s 2009 tour…London-based Canegreen provided Kanye West‘s European tour with multifaceted Meyer Sound MILO and MICA line array systems…Head of audio Ralph Atkinson spec’d a Midas PRO6 for The Empire Theatre in the Queensland city of Toowoomba, becoming the first performing arts center in Australia to install the new digital system…Southern California-based Sound Image Inc. has purchased more than 800 Crown I-Tech HD amplifiers for its tour sound business…Neutrik XX Series connectors and ¼-inch plugs were seen on Shiny Toy Guns‘ U.S. tour due to the band’s large amount of racked instruments and looms numbering 48 channels.