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Midas PRO1 Rocks The Tudor House

Compact form factor ideal for tight spaces that require great sound, plus massive versatility

Midas PRO1 Digital Mixing Console is the board of choice for Russ Miller and the Tudor House, a popular hotel, pub and performance venue located in Wigan, UK.

Technical Manager Russ “the sound guy” Miller, who has worked with such notable acts as Sugarman, Lacuna Coil, Pop Will Eat Itself, and Curtis Stigers, specified the PRO1 after using it on multiple tours and high-profile music festivals.

Tudor House, which has hosted live performances for the past 30 years across all manner of genre, from spoken word to metal – and has extremely demanding requirements of their sound system. Speaking to his choice of mixing console, Miller offers, “I love the immediacy of the sound of the Midas PRO Series, and the PRO1′s compact footprint fits the limited space in the sound booth.”

Since the PRO1 is used simultaneously for both front-of-house and monitoring duties at Tudor, Miller takes full advantage of the free Mixtender 2 App feature set.

“It’s a relatively small stage, with no dedicated space for a monitor board. So, it’s great to be able to stand next to the artist, pull out the iPad and set up the mix – exactly as they like it,” says Miller.

“The PRO1 provides the maximum versatility in a standalone console, thanks to its compact form factor and high channel-count capacity,” stated Music Group Professional Division Sales VP Shawn Watts. “24 world-class Midas mic preamp inputs are available locally, with up to a total of 96 possible via our digital stageboxes.

“The easy-to-use Mixtender 2 App allows the engineer, or the artists themselves, to dial in the perfect mix every time. We are indeed proud that the Tudor House and Russ Miller selected the Midas PRO1 as their number one choice for this prestigious venue.”


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