DM0 MixRack with DX168 expanders support multi-surface configuration to control both front of house and monitors on techology-driven tour.
Recently competed 1650-seat facility in Flint, Texas adds dLive S7000 surface at front of house, SQ-6 digital mixer on broadcast, and ME-1 personal mixers.
DM64 MixRack and S7000 surface manage fast-paced monitoring and IEM requirements of the presenters, contestants and musicians.
Front of house engineer Simon Baxter chooses dLive C2500 surface and a CDM32 MixRack for British prog’ rockers’ tour across Europe.
Winter Springs-based congregation expands to fourth location with dLive systems and MixRacks supporting front of house and broadcast streaming.
Madison, Wisconsin church opens with dLive C Class C2500 surface, DM0 MixRack, DX168 Expanders and an array of ME-1 personal mixers.
Hanyuan Lake venue in the Shaanxi Province in China adds dLive S5000 surface with a DM64 MixRack and Dante card for live performances.
Multi-functional, 550-seat venue built specifically for wedding ceremonies, events and church retreats outfitted with dLive and SQ digital mixing systems.
Church in Vancouver, Washington adds dLive S Class S7000 at front of house and two C3500 surfaces to mix stage monitors, and broadcast.
NEKO Rent provides front of house engineer Andrew Zistan a CDM32 MixRack with S7000 surface for Ukrainian comedian and pop singer Andriy Danylko.