Keeping Everclear Sounding Clear

The 2015 edition of The Summerland Tour—Everclear’s annual package jaunt—has proven a success, clicking with critics and audiences alike. Making the rounds with with fellow Nineties alt rock stalwarts Toadies, Fuel and American Hi-Fi in tow, the tour also carried returning engineers and gear in many cases, too
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John Riley, monitor engineer/stage manager for Everclear, mixed every stop on the band’s Summerland tour using an Allen & Heath iLive-T112 control surface.
New York, NY (August 28,2015)—The 2015 edition of The Summerland Tour—Everclear’s annual package jaunt—has proven a success, clicking with critics and audiences alike. Making the rounds with with fellow Nineties alt rock stalwarts Toadies, Fuel and American Hi-Fi in tow, the tour also carried returning engineers and gear in many cases, too.

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The tour, devised by Everclear frontman Art Alexakis, hit 30 different venues, mixing at each stop handled on Allen & Heath iLive-T112 control surfaces and iDR-32 MixRacks. Alexakis remarked, “We have used Allen & Heath for the last couple of years and the sound has just been phenomenal. I am so glad to be able to use them on every tour.”

According to Derek Steinman, production manager/FOH engineer for Everclear and the Summerland Tour, “We carry two Allen & Heath iLive T-112 surfaces and two iDR-32 mix racks for FOH and monitors. The board sells itself, and I can just hit the ground running. This console allows me to be connected to the band and get a focused mix at the same time.”

John Riley, monitor engineer/stage manager, added, “We only wanted this brand. It’s simple and I personally favor the side chain filters and side chain compressions.”

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