Hildago, TX (September 15, 2005)–Masque Sound has been providing FOH sound on Hollywood Records artist Jesse McCartney’s Summer-Fall tour. According to Masque Sound production manager Mitchell “Mr. Bubbles” Keller, equipment on tour included Meyer’s Milo 120 main system, CADAC R Type live production console, Yamaha DM2000 console, and Shure mics. Pictured at the Dodge Arena in Hildalgo, Texas at a recent performance are, (l- r): systems engineer Brian Post, Jesse McCartney, Masque Sound production manager Mitchell “Mr. Bubbles” Keller, monitor engineer James Good and FOH engineer Lorne Grabe.
“This has been an amazing tour for us,” Mitch Keller reported. “We’ve been getting terrific results from our new Milo and Milo 120 main system, Jesse and the band are very happy with their Shure mics, including SS 58’s on background vocals and SS 58 wireless for Jesse’s vocals, the Shure PMS 700 in-ear system, and all the gear, from our FOH CADAC R Type to our Yamaha DM200 is performing flawlessly. We’re off to Australia and New Zealand in late September and early October and then on to Europe thru November where we’ll be sharing the bill with The Back Street Boys. This tour is a gas.”
In other touring news Masque Sound’s Rico Corrubia has been on the road with Walt Disney Records’ Hilary Duff all summer and continues on the fall leg of the hit concert series.