By PSW Staff • November 28, 2018 Jan Thomas Halsvik at front of house for Sigrid with dLive C3500. (Credit all images: Jordan McLachlan) Since achieving international success in 2017 with the single “Don’t Kill My Vibe,” Norwegian singer-songwriter Sigrid has recently completed her biggest UK tour to date – with the last show taking place at the O2 Academy in Brixton, London – supported by an Allen & Heath dLive mixing system. The tour utilizes a multi-surface set-up comprising a dLive C3500 at front of house (supplied through BCS Audio) and a dLive C1500 on monitors (purchased through Benum Norway). Sigrid performs at O2 Brixton Academy A DM32 MixRack fitted with a gigaACE module is located on stage and controls both front of house and monitor duties, with the configuration providing 64 channels to both engineers with discrete processing. Additionally, a DX168 expander is used to increase the analog I/O count onstage. “We originally chose the C1500 surface due to its fly-in possibilities and the fact it carries the same powerful engine that the larger surfaces use. The multiband compression and dynamic EQ´s are also great features! We then acquired the DM32 MixRack because of its I/O slots and easy use with both Dante and digital splits,” comments front of house engineer Jan Thomas Halsvik. “For Sigrid’s shows, we usually just bring our C1500 and DM32, however for this run we needed an extra C3500 surface due to the size of the tour and I wanted more control at front of house on less layers.” Monitor engineer Sigri Hovde with dLive C1500 Monitor engineer, Sigri Hovde adds, “The thing I like the most about the dLive (apart from the obvious sound quality) is the flexibility and seamlessness of adding different racks, modules or option cards – such as Dante and gigaACE – for the multi-surface solution.” Sigrid continues to reach new heights, with multiple sold-out shows and regular major festival appearances. Earlier this year Sigrid was announced as the BBC’s Sound of 2018. Next year will also see her perform alongside artists including George Ezra and Maroon 5. Halsvik continues, “The ease of dLive is great and I love the opportunities for system expansion. Having the possibility to add analog inputs easily via the DX ports has proven very valuable too and is one of the main reasons we purchased our dLive C1500. Also, being able to use just one MixRack and still have a full mon-split is essential for us and then being able to just add a split to a second rack and a mixer without any problem, is incredible.” Allen & Heath Tagged with: Allen & Heath C1500 C3500 dLive DM32 DX168 gigaACE MixRack Sigrid Tours · all topics Subscribe to Live Sound International Subscribe to Live Sound International magazine. Stay up-to-date, get the latest pro audio news, products and resources each month with Live Sound.