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Ed Sheeran world tour mixed on Digico SD11i

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Ed Sheeran world tour mixed on Digico SD11i

Chris Marsh, front of house engineer for Ed Sheeran, has been using a Digico SD11i digital mixing console throughout the singer-songwriter's ongoing world tour.

The award winning artist has performed to sell-out crowds in Australia, the United States and across Europe recently, with the SD11i proving to be Marsh's ideal mixing solution.

“I’m a big DiGiCo fan and I’ve been using their flagship SD7 for a long time,” he said. “When I started working with Ed, I had just finished working with Diana Ross, where I was using an SD7. I wanted to continue using it because I love everything about it – the EQ, the way all the dynamics work, etc. I also really like the SD range’s onboard effects, which are really useful, but it would be overkill to take a desk that big out with a solo artist such as Ed.”

Marsh wanted a console that would give him all the sonic and functional advantages of the SD7, but in a smaller, more affordable package.
 
“The SD11i was the perfect solution,” Marsh revealed. “It had just come out when I was specifying the tour and it’s brilliant. Sonically it really is everything the SD7 is, but in a much smaller package. It feels the same, it sounds the same, the mic pre amps are the same, the EQ responds in the same way, but with the right level of I/O for this tour.

“I have the latest software installed, which is what makes it an 11i rather than just an SD11. This means that I get tube pre amps to play with, more effects, more multi-band compressions, and I’m delighted with it. It really has worked out perfectly.”

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Tags: Live Sound, digico, sd7, ed sheeran, digital mixing console, digital mixing, sd11i, diana ross

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