Phil McDaniel handles the monitor mix for Razorlight at Wembley Arena on one of Brit Row’s new MH3s
Britannia Row Productions in London upgraded their Soundcraft SM12 mixing consoles recently with a pair of 32-channel Soundcraft MH3s.
“There are a fair number of desks on the market that fell into the medium-size bracket, but few could match the number of features offered by the MH3,” says Brit Row technical head Jerry Wing. “Also, we needed to opt for a desk that we knew was going to be requested by engineers. The MH3 represents a good package, offering value-for-money.”
That desk is suitable for both FOH and monitor use, offering console flexibility and “one-touch” operation to place either Groups or Aux Masters onto faders. Sound is delivered via a new high-headroom mic amp, classic British EQ and rigorous circuit design.
Find out more about the MH3 at www.soundcraft.com.