The three-day festival featured performances from 50 bands, including headliners Slightly Stoopid, Dirty Heads and Rebelution, as well as the acts 311, Shwayze, SOJA, Iration, Steel Pulse, J Boog and Tha Dogg Pound.
Harmony has a range of Allen & Heath products in its hire stock, including Qu Series mixers, and GLD-80 and dLive S Class systems. Harmony provides sound, lighting, video and event production for festivals like One Love along with concerts, weddings and corporate events.
Harmony founder, Shawn Ellis, comments, “After trying dLive, most engineers will fall in love with its ease of setup and sonic quality. In addition, the support in the field I have received has been invaluable. There are a lot of console flavors in the industry but for ease of use, quality plugins, expandability, and durability, dLive is my cherry.”