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Load In: Sound Reinforcement News, March 2011

Read Mix News For the Concert Touring Professional In the March 2011 Issue of Mix

Paul Weller FOH engineer Andrew Jones, the artist’s engineer for more than 20 years, mans a Midas XL8 for the UK and Ireland show dates, supplied by Canegreen/SSE.

Photo: Canegreen/SSE

Moscow-based music venue B1 Maximum re-opened after a major refurbishment and change of identity to A2. The new system includes JBL VerTec arrays installed by concert sound rental company Euroshow< /a>…In other renovation news, Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts’ (Scottsdale, Ariz.) refurbished system comprises Electro-Voice XLC127DVX compact line array elements provided by AVDB Group performed by AbbAgain is a live reconstruction of the 1979 ABBA performance at Wembley, featuring more than 13 musicians and 150 minutes of ABBA songs. To distribute the audio at the various tour locations, the show uses Riedel Communications RockNet digital audio networks, which are combined with six RockNet RN.141.MY interface cards for digital Yamaha consoles…Rat Sound Systems took delivery of 18 L-Acoustics KARA loudspeakers…Gand Concert Sound provided a 42-box flown NEXO Geo T array for Snoop Dogg and opener Kid Curi show date at Northwestern University’s Welsh-Ryan Arena. Yamaha PM5D boards were at FOH (Dave “Dizzel”) and at monitors (“Kez”); mics were all Shure except for Snoop’s RF (custom Sennheiser).