New York (February 13, 2004)–Rod Stewart’s latest U.S. tour started this month and already the rave reviews are rolling in. Audiences are getting an earful of his hits as well as selections from his recent Great American Songbook CD series. All of that music is being heard through a Meyer Sound system based on arrays totaling 52 MILO high-power curvilinear loudspeakers.
Lars Brogaard is at the helm of the rig, serving as both FOH engineer and production manager for Stewart’s first major North American tour in three years. Sound Image(Escondido, CA) is providing the sound system.
The MILO arrays are supplemented by 11 UPA-1P compact wide-coverage loudspeakers for front fill, while two LD-3 compensating line drivers provide corrective equalization for low-frequency buildup inherent in line arrays and for atmospheric conditions.
Meyer Sound Laboratories