Dave Grohl, seen here with Chuck D of Public Enemy and John Fogerty, used an Audio-Technica Artist Elite 5000 Series wireless system and AEW-T3300 handheld microphone/transmitter at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Stow, OH (May 16, 2013)—A broad range of Audio-Technica microphones was selected to outfit the recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony for the 16th year in a row.
A-T supplied over 50 mics to capture the music for the 28th annual induction ceremony, which took place at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, on April 18, 2013. Inductees included Rush, Heart, Albert King, Randy Newman, Public Enemy and Donna Summer. Non-performing honorees included Lou Adler and Quincy Jones. The show will be broadcast on HBO, Saturday, May 18, 2013.
Eight channels of Audio-Technica’s acclaimed Artist Elite 5000 Series UHF wireless system were used with AEW-T3300 handheld microphones/transmitters for frontline vocals throughout the evening, notably on the evening’s finale by Chris Cornell, John Fogerty, Dave Grohl and Ann Wilson.
The Rush performance found bassist and longtime Audio-Technica user Geddy Lee performing with an A-T Artist Elite AE6100 hypercardioid dynamic handheld microphone, and the band’s guitarist Alex Lifeson using his Audio-Technica 5000 Series wireless systems setup on guitar. FOH and monitor engineers Brad Madix and Brent Carpenter mixed the band.
The backline mic complement of A-T wired microphones included AE2500 dual-element instrument microphone; AE3000 cardioid condenser instrument microphone; ATM450 cardioid condenser instrument microphone; AT4050ST stereo condenser microphone; AT4080 phantom-powered bidirectional ribbon microphone; AE5400 cardioid condenser handheld microphone; and AT4054 handheld cardioid condenser microphone.
Remote recording specialists M3 (Music Mix Mobile), the company responsible for both recording the program and mixing the show for broadcast, used its Eclipse remote truck with John Harris as audio coordinator and Jay Vicari as music mixer. Joel Singer served as audio truck engineer-in-charge and as assistant music mixer. New York-based Firehouse Productions provided the P.A. Ron Reaves served as FOH mixer, and Mike Parker monitor mixer.