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Paolo Nutini tour final gig at Cardiff

2015/01/14 in On Tour

Paolo Nutini Cardiff

Final show on this run of gigs for Paolo Nutini. Cardiff Motorpoint Arena. PA = Entec. d&b. Mons = iLive i112/10/PL10. FOH = DiGiCo SDTen.
Another great job by Tom The Mon + Mikey Gibbard, on Mons.


R72 with Franz Ferdinand in Bogota

2014/10/06 in On Tour

Colombia fly-in dates continue with the compact monitor control rig


Mini Festival, mini mixer

2014/10/05 in On Tour

Medellin Colombia, Tom Howat breaks out the 19″ rackmount iLive R72 surface for the Franz Ferdinand fly-in dates!

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How compact is that rig?!

Franz Ferdinand w Tom Howat

2014/03/04 in On Tour

Tom Howat has an iLive 112 console and iDR10 MixRack in monitor world on the Franz Ferdinand tour. A PL10 is doing additional custom soft key duties!



Rehearsals underway at Brixton Academy:

FF mons world

No Surface – No Problem

2012/07/23 in Tips and Tricks

In a situation where you may want to pack the surface away as soon as possible but the PA still needs to run, connect a PL10 or PL6 to the MixRack and assign some basic functions to the controls such as master PA level (can be DCA), DJ / Announcement / media feed levels & mutes etc.


This is also a solution for venues where often the surface & house tech are not required to attend to get basic setups & sound control. Maybe assign some soft keys to some scenes for starting levels, shutdown etc.

Site Visit: Goetheanum, Basel Switzerland

2012/07/19 in Site Visit

Architecture by Rudolf Steiner, The Goetheanum is home to the General Anthroposophical Society and the free Academy of Humanities the center includes two performance halls (1500 seats), gallery and lecture spaces, a library, and bookstore.

A flexible setup using iLive DualRack plus an additional iDR16 linked by Dante. Various control options include Editor, and PL10s.



Site Visit: The Arts Club Mayfair

2012/06/25 in Site Visit

Under the direction of Dave McDonald (FOH Adele) an iLive modular system was installed in the Arts Club, Dover St, Mayfair London. The exclusive venue has a club in the basement and regularly hosts gigs, music industry showcases, and art & fashion events. An iLive 112 surface and iDR10 MixRack are located stage-left in the compact, but bijou technical area where space is an absolute premium. Dave wanted to be able to cover the audio requirements of visiting artists, providing 6 wedge and 8 stereo in-ears mixes.

FOH mix has to be done from stage to so the ability to use iLive Editor and MixPad on WiFi is a real bonus in the always crowded venue. Jonathan Lewis is the resident house tech, and is looking forward to customising the iLive’s extensive control and interfacing features to the maximum! PL10 is already employed to control the system when the surface is switched off, and M-Dante module allows <64 channels of recording and virtual soundcheck.