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Why does a four-piece band need the gargantuan capacity of a console like the DiGiCo SD7s? Because they’re Coldplay and they can? Maybe. But when you hear about the complex setup of one of the world’s most successful band’s live shows, you will understand there are undeniable reasons why the SD7, and only the SD7, will do.
FOH Engineer Kevin Madigan and Sound Image carry K1 system
on singer’s first tour in four years, “LA to the Moon”
Barcelona based lighting designer Ezequiel Gomez has enjoyed working on Spanish Singer David Bisbal’s latest “Hijos del Mar” tour which has already played Spain and Latin America and is poised for more of the same in 2018. He chose Robe for the majority of the moving lights with Spiiders, Pointes and LEDWash 300s as key fixtures on the rig.
2018 signalled the end of the record-breaking nineteen-date ice arena tour across Slovakia and Czech Republic by rock music legends, Kabat. The multi-platinum selling Czech band stunned audiences with an in-the-round show design, complete with 360° stage, wrap-around video screens and a high-impact light show powered by the cutting-edge technology of Italian lighting manufacturer Claypaky.
What could be more entertaining than combining the beauty of world-class ice skating with the intrigue of magic? “Ilusio, Magic on Ice,” a riveting spectacular created by and starring Steve Wheeler, has played to millions of people in more than 4,000 performances across the US, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. The fusion of figure skating grace and athleticism with larger-than-life grand illusions makes “Ilusio, Magic on Ice” a new genre of ice show.
Two concerts organized by AMP Events at the newly-opened, 10,000-capacity Sun Arena in South African capital Pretoria were chosen to record a live DVD for American rock band LĪVE.
Award winning English jazz and soul singer and songwriter Joss Stone visited Namibia for the first time - and for one night only - as part of her ongoing Total world tour, making an appearance in the intimate environs of the Warehouse Theatre in vibrant capital Windhoek.
Despite record-setting freezing temperatures, professional football fans had a lot to cheer about during Super Bowl 52 as incumbent champions the New England Patriots faced off against the Philadelphia Eagles for the coveted national title — which drew over 100 million viewers and 67,612 live audience members. P!NK set the tone for the evening with a dazzling one-minute, 53 second rendition of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’, sung through her Sennheiser Digital 6000 wireless microphone system.
Nils Frahm is a composer, producer and performer, and has a huge global fan base of music lovers who look beyond the mainstream. In the middle of January, he kicked off a tour at the Funkhaus Berlin, which will take him around the world for the next two years. Accompanying him on the trip Nils Frahm is taking an AURUS platinum from the Berlin-based manufacturer Stage Tec as his FOH console.
Croatian rockers Parni Valjak were the first in Croatia to benefit from Robe’s excellent new MegaPointe luminaires, as part of a batch just purchased by technical production company Promo Logistika. Twenty-two of the fixtures were part of an eye-catching lighting rig designed by Miro Hrg for a special gig by the band at the 18,000 capacity Zagreb Arena.
Lighting for the show – the first time The Little Mermaid has been staged in Belgium - was designed by Luc Peumans of Genk-based international design practice, Painting with Light, and lighting equipment was delivered by leading Benelux rental company, Phlippo Showlights together with audio and rigging.
Seminal horror punk rock band The Misfits lit up the stage at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and at The Forum in Los Angeles with a pair of high-octane shows guaranteed to please fans of the iconic musicians. Lighting Designer/Director Jason Cain selected Claypaky Mythos2 and Sharpy Wash fixtures for the back-to-back arena shows.
Stylus Productions recently provided Martin Audio’s premier multi-award winning MLA loudspeaker array as the preferred sound reinforcement for American rock band Good Charlotte on their UK tour.
- Broadcast live on January 28, the 60th Annual Grammy Awards delivered all the excitement and drama audiences have come to expect from the music industry’s marquee event. Audio specialist Sennheiser played a pivotal roll in the success of the evening with 20 channels of its digital wireless technology and four channels of its analog wireless technology in use by several of the biggest artists in the industry. Among the night’s Sennheiser users was Album of the Year and Record of the Year winner Bruno Mars. All of the Sennheiser-utilizing artists’ unfettered performances stirred a packed house at New York City’s Madison Square Garden as well as the millions watching live on television across the country and around the world.
Brown Note Productions supplies K1/K2/Kara system for year-closing EDM show with Armin Van Buuren, Bassnectar, Diplo, ODESZA, Porter Robinson, Zedd and other top acts