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Loudspeakers — Stage Monitors

The Wire

With Danley Loudspeakers, Subwoofers and Amplifiers on Every Stage, New Orleans’ Ahava Festival Lets NOLA Engineers Take Danley for a “Test Drive” and Raises Over $100,000 for Local Charities

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA: The Ahava Festival held its inaugural event at the Woldenberg Riverfront Park in New Orleans, Louisiana in early March. With no admission fee, attendees were encouraged to take in the sounds, sights, and tastes and, if...

Live

Live Sound Showcase: Guster

Alternative folk-pop mainstay Guster spent the start of the year on the road with a U.S. acoustic tour that not only showed off the band’s instrumental skills but also found it performing with an unlikely monitor setup.

Live

Grammy Awards Show Begins Transition to AoIP

The Grammy Awards show has long employed a large splitter system to distribute microphone and instrument signals from the multiple stages to the house sound and broadcast audio mixing consoles. This year, the production began a transition to audio-over-IP...

Live

Tool Tours with Intricate, Immersive Sound

Touring the world behind “Fear Inoculum,” Tool’s first album in 13 years, the prog-metal heroes are filling arenas with a massive audio system that takes a new approach to immersive live sound.

Gear and Technology

Mackie FreePlay Series – A Real-World Review

By Clive Young. Mackie’s idea to offer an expanded line of largely specialized units—FreePlay LIVE, FreePlay HOME and FreePlay GO—allows the company to provide quality sound at a variety of price points that scale up with the user’s goals,...

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Sam Smith Tours with ‘The Thrill of It All’

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,...

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