Entries in 'Live Sound' (1264)
ESI Audio became the first sound reinforcement company in North America to put L-Acoustics' K2 system into action on Boxing Day 2013.
Avid's new compact S3L live sound system was chosen by Michael Brennan, Primal Scream's FOH engineer, for the band's latest tour.
Arcade Fire have been confirmed as the first Glastonbury 2014 headliner.
An Allen & Heath GLD-80 console mixed the launch ceremony of a new submarine by BAE Systems in Barrow, Cumbria recently.
An L-Acoustics K1 system handled Pearl Jam's recent sold-out, two-month North American arena tour in support of new album Lightning Bolt.
Four Allen & Heath iLive digital mixing systems handled the grand opening of the Vienna Music and Arts festival this year.
Studiomaster will debut its new Venture Series loudspeakers at NAMM 2014.
This year has seen Avid deliver three "revolutionary" open, flexible, integrated and efficient new tools.
Peruvian rental firm DBLUX S.A.C. used its new Meyer Sound LEO system for the first time at the Pilsen Callao Festival in Lima’s Estadio Nacional.
Adlib is supplying audio equipment for Bring Me The Horizon's (BMTH) current 'Sempiternal' tour, with engineer Phil Gornell at front of house.
Anyone who's been on tour for any period of time will find the following scenario all too familiar.