Liquid Audio Productions fielded an Allen & Heath GL 2400-424 console for a recent concert at Liberty Mountain Ski Resort.Carroll Valley, PA (March 27, 2008)--Ah, winter time...the time of year when sound systems stay indoors-- not. At least, that's what Honey Brook, PA-based Liquid Audio Productions found recently when it took on a gig providing sound for SnowCross Christian Concert Day on March 1st at Liberty Mountain, a ski resort in Carroll Valley, PA.
Headlining the show was Balitmore-based indie band Ashes Remain. Now, did the act perform inside the lodge, perhaps in a nice, toasty lounge area where steaming hot cups of cocca might be nearby? Nah--when this band decided to play Liberty Mountain, it meant the mountain itself. Accordingly, Liquid Audio had its gear out in full force--in the full depths of winter.
Christian rock band Ashes Remain let the mountain hear it via a mix of Clair Brothers, JBL and EV loudspeakers.Dan Alkive worked as both house mix and monitor mix engineer, while Vince Emondi did triple duty as house, monitor and system engineer. Wesley Emondi, meanwhile, worked as assistant engineer and tech.
Delivering the decibels to skiiers across the mountain and the band alike was an Allen & Heath GL 2400-424 console, sending signal to a variety of Clair Brothers, JBL and EV loudspeakers. The monitors were proprietary, and all the various boxes were powered by QSC amplifers.
By all reports, the day went smoothly, though looking at that band photo, one suspects some hypothermia might have been in their near future.
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