Entries in 'Live Sound' (271)
AEG Live’s president of international touring Rob Hallett has left the company "with immediate effect," Music Week has reported.
Podd Sound supplied a QSC WideLine-8 PA and Shure UHF-R and ULX-D wireless systems for the first UK playback of the new Michael Jackson album, Xscape.
A UB40 concert in Cambridge, UK this week was so loud that it made one woman's ear bleed, Cambridge News has reported.
TC Group has appointed Nick Williams as its new business development manager Asia-Pacific for Install and Tour.
The Midas XL48 mic pre has been in 'constant use' since becoming part of Wigwam Acoustics' equipment inventory, the firm says.
Britannia Row Productions once again turned to Turbosound Flashline for this year's Young Voices arena tour.
Coda Audio’s ViRAY and TiRAY lines are now available in the UK through Adlib's Sales division.
Electropop stars Capital Cities are currently touring in support of their hit single Safe and Sound, backed by Behringer’s X32 console and S16 digital snake.
Four Allen & Heath Qu-16 digital rackmount consoles were used to mix this year's New Zealand Folk Festival in Auckland.
RCF is bringing a number of new products originally launched at Prolight + Sound 2014 to PLASA Focus: Leeds later this month.
Summit Pro Works of Ohio has purchased a Meyer Sound LYON sound reinforcement system.
New York City-based audio systems and backline provider Boulevard Pro has added a full L-Acoustics KARA package to its inventory.
London-based Podd Sound has had a busy 12 months supplying sound reinforcement equipment for concerts featuring the likes of Daft Punk, Little Mix and Olly Murs.
Britannia Row Productions Training has come up with a new way for audio professionals to access its industry-based Live Sound Technology course.