By Strother Bullins. The controversial Grammy-winning rock band from Sweden, Ghost, just wrapped up the U.S. leg of its A Pale Tour Named Death; PSN caught up with the band’s FOH engineer, Dave Nutbrown, to find out how he provided a clean mix for the ghoulish group.
The “Cars” hitmaker played the Royal Albert Hall as part of a six-show orchestral run.
Summer saw the venerable rock band play a string of stadium shows across the country, including two home town gigs that aided Seattle's homeless population.
By Clive Young. Talking with the audio team behind the scenes on this fall's Thomas Rhett arena tour.
Justin Timberlake has been on the road with his sixth world tour, Man Of The Woods, and along for every step of the journey have been FOH engineer Andy Meyer and monitor engineer Paul Klimson, using pro-audio gear provided by Clair Global (Lititz, PA).
By Clive Young. Phil Collins is 'Not Dead Yet'—and he and an audio team from 3G Productions are crossing the country on a sold-out arena tour to prove it.
By Steve Harvey. British crooner Sam Smith is circling the globe behind his hit album "The Thrill of It All," with audio provided by UK-based Capital Sound. A massive d&b audiotechnik P.A., with multiple hands of 20 J8s each, helps cover sold-out arenas nightly.
Stadium tour carries more than half a dozen mixing consoles for the power couple's production.
By Billy Davis. Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson teamed up this summer for the Twins of Evil tour; now Zombie’s tight-knit crew share how they made bad sound so good.
By Jim Beaugez. On his first tour in four years, Jack White is playing arenas, clubs and festivals. In keeping with his championing of retro audio, which includes his Third Man Records label and vinyl pressing plant, the tour is carrying all-analog FOH and monitor rigs.
FOH engineer / production manager Connor Hawkins focuses in on a favorite console.
By Clive Young. After a massive stadium tour last summer, U2 returns to the arenas to close out its Innocence + Experience concept tours. Sound director Joe O’Herlihy discusses the tour and looks back at mixing U2 for 40 years.