Comprising the flagship dLive S7000 control surfaces and DM64 MixRacks fitted with Dante networking cards, the systems have already been put to work at Ata TV studios for the O Ses Turkiye programme, a local version of the reality singing competition, The Voice.
The monitor DM64 MixRack manages 60 channels of analog inputs from the band, plus the commentator and competitor mics, which are shared via Dante to the front of house and broadcast dLive consoles. The systems also manage multi-channel recording with a Mac DVS.
“All of the sound engineers and musicians involved in the show are very happy with dLive’s transparent preamps and sonic quality. The engineers particularly like the interface and flexible workspace of the dLive Surface, and the excellent EQ and dynamics,” explains Playback Music’s owner, Cenk Yıldız.