Shijiazhuang City, China (March 29, 2017)—Festival culture is a worldwide phenomenon, and in China, demand is so strong that two major fests were recently held simultaneously in Shijiazhuang City: LeXiang Music Festival and Shijiazhuang Music Festival. Both events used Allen & Heath dLive S Class mixing systems.

A S7000 Surface and DM64 MixRack were used to handle FOH at LeXiang Festival, managing performances from numerous acts such as rock star Zheng Jun, folk band HangGai, and pop star Tanya Chua.

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Meanwhile, a second S7000/DM64 system was provided by production company, S.A.G, to manage monitors at the Shijiazhuang Festival. Three DX32 Expander Racks were also employed to add remote I/O.

Speaking at the LeXiang Festival, Wu Tianjun, FOH engineer, noted, “The sound quality is excellent. With separate MixRack and Surface design, audio distribution is more reliable and low latency becomes possible. dLive has a latency of less than 0.7ms, which I think is an extraordinary breakthrough.”

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