Popular Dutch band Moke have selected Electro-Voice audio equipment for their current tour of Hollandâ€™s top clubs, ensuring their fans enjoy the best possible reproduction of their distinctive sound.
Moke kicked off the tour with a sold-out show at Amsterdamâ€™s top pop venue De Melkweg, performing through a sound system featuring EV XLC line array loudspeakers. The band also hand-picked the N/D767a microphone for vocals on the tour. FOH Engineer Jan Visser explained the EV difference:
â€œThe choice became obvious after testing several brands, primarily because EV delivers clean sound at very high SPL while still offering me enough headroom for the voices. Since Moke produces a lot of information concentrated at various frequency levels, headroom and sonic quality were key factors for my choice. On top of that, the additional technical support E-audio Benelux provides is of such a high caliber
that I didnâ€™t have any doubt regarding my choice.â€?
Axel Nagtegaal, MD of E-audio benelux, is excited to be working with Visser and Moke, â€œMokeâ€™s decision to use our concert sound equipment, support and expertise of EV makes me proud since this is Hollandâ€™s most popular band as we speak â€” they couldâ€™ve chosen any brand to accompany them on tour.â€?
Electro-Voice Equipment List
18 x EV XLC127DVX line array loudspeakers
8 x EV Xw12 floor monitorsÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â
6Â x EV Xsub(F) subwoofers
1Â x EV N8000-1500 system controller with FIR drive
4 x EV N/D767a vocal microphones
5 x EV RE20 microphones
1 set of EV drum mics (from the ND & RE series)