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Allen & Heath Supports Homecoming Show In Cologne For German Band Brings
dLive S7000 Control Surfaces with DM64 MixRacks and DX32 expander racks selected for front of house, monitors and live stream at 50,000 seat venue
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Allen & Heath’s dLive digital mixing system has been out on tour with German band, Brings, culminating in a huge gig staged at the 50,000 capacity Cologne football stadium.

The band is based in Cologne, so the homecoming gig was the largest of the tour, supported by three local bands. The setup included two dLives at front of house, several expanders, and digital splits for the monitor console and OB Van for a live stream and recording.

The dLive system comprised S7000 Control Surfaces with DM64 MixRacks and DX32 expander racks. Dante and MADI network cards were fitted in the MixRack, where the Dante card was provided for the support acts, who were using a GLD-80.

“The Allen & Heath dLive system sounds amazing, the design of the surface is perfect, easy to arrange and also to operate. I’ve always had the impression that everybody at Allen & Heath knows their job and they know how live mixing works. All in all it´s 5 stars for A&H and for the super support of Audio-Technica Germany,” comments Georg Ganser, Brings front of house engineer.


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