Italy’s RAI TV Uses Aviom System for Show “Stasera pago io Revolution”

Marco Cunsolo, the chief audio engineer for RAI TV’s Stasera pago io Revolution, monitors and mixes a 37-member band for a live, world broadcast with Aviom’s A-16 Personal Monitor Mixing System, which allows him to distribute audio to individual ban members.
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Marco Cunsolo, the chief audio engineer for RAI TV’s Stasera pago io Revolution, monitors and mixes a 37-member band for a live, world broadcast with Aviom’s A-16 Personal Monitor Mixing System, which allows him to distribute audio to individual ban members.

“The Aviom system has made my job easier because I only have to concentrate on just one mix,” states Cunsolo. “Before, I had to do mixes for each bandmember. Now, each is able to do his or her own, which is a lot less stressful for me. It enables us to set up presets, too, so if I want to shut off all the instruments when the band is not playing, I can do that.

"The fact that I don’t have to deal with a million different cords and electric interfaces really simplifies the setup,” he continues. “Having the musicians able to switch between all the mix buses and memory presets is a great help, especially during a long show. All of these great features, plus 24-bit audio resolution and a complete lack of latency, makes the Personal Monitor Mixing System the best audio monitor and mixer I have ever used.”

Now in its third season, Stasera pago io Revolution, Rosario Fiorello’s one-man show, features live music from its house band, musical and celebrity guests, as well as comedy sketches.

For more information on Aviom’s A-16, visit www.aviom.com/Products/products1.html.