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Adlib provides audio for Carly Rae Jepsen tour

Adlib supplied products from DiGiCo, Avid, and L-Acoustics

Adlib supplied the audio production for the UK and European dates of Canadian singer/songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen’s ongoing “Dedicated” world tour. 

Production manager and FOH engineer Zach Snyder had not worked with Adlib before but was recommended to the Liverpool-based production specialist by their tour director, Tony Marino, who’d used Adlib before with Panic at the Disco.

“It was a great decision,” stated Snyder, who specified an Avid S6L 24d for the FOH console and a DiGiCo SD12 for monitors, which was run by Spencer Jones.

For the two sold-out UK shows at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse and London’s Brixton Academy, Adlib supplied an L-Acoustics K2 and KS28 system. “This is a great PA; you can source it worldwide and this spec is based on a ‘standard’ rig that we have been using for festivals,” explained Snyder.

The artist and her four-piece band all have their own Sennheiser mics and IEMs.

Phil Kielty, Adlib’s client manager, added: “We’ve been incredibly fortunate over the years to work with Tony and Spencer on their Panic! At The Disco Tours. Zach and Charles have the same meticulous eye for detail and passion for creating the best possible show. Carly herself has grown over time to become a strong, confident and exciting female performer and her live shows are simply amazing.”