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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?!

Fuji Rock

2014/07/27 in On Tour

Evening prep in the mountains in Japan for Fuji Rock. Franz Ferdinand headlining with iLive 20140727-193301-70381953.jpg

Bilbao Festival Magic

2014/07/11 in On Tour

Lovely pic from Monitor world as the sun sets over Bilbao Spain. I don’t know what camera Tom Howat was using but there’s no mistaking the iLive glowing away ready for action!


Southside festival Germany

2014/06/23 in On Tour

More stage left iLive-age! this time at Southside festival in Germany

Southside festival Germany

pic submitted by Tom Howat

Best Kept Secret – Eindhoven

2014/06/23 in On Tour

Monitor World filling up with A&H digital!: T80 on Miles Kane and i112 on Franz Ferdinand

best Kept Secret


pic submitted by Tom Howat

The Roundhouse

2014/06/04 in On Tour

Paolo Nutini UK tour ends in style at London’s Roundhouse last night.



Paolo Nutini UK tour

2014/05/27 in On Tour

Paolo Nutini is on tour in the UK. taking in Radio 1 Big Weekend last Sunday. Tom Howat is on the iLive 112 stage left. Paolo has 4 x d&b M2 wedges in stereo. Guitar has 2 x M2. Plus Nine musicians on IEMs. Sound is Britannia Row Productions Turbosound Flashline w Profile console FOH. Here’s a snap during production rehearsals at Brixton PaoloNutini at Brixton Academy

iLive on Franz F US tour opens with Cate Le Bon

2014/04/29 in On Tour

FF NA Tour

Having completed a successful European tour in March/April, Franz Ferdinand monitor engineer Tom Howat asked for an iLive 112 modular surface and iDR10 MixRack for the North American leg of the tour which includes two shows in Mexico [Sports Palace, Mexico City 3rd May, and Banamex Auditorium, Monterrey 4th May].

Supporting on the US shows was Cate le Bon, and each day the venue’s house engineers took to the iLive to do monitors for the opening act after a brief introduction from Tom.

Cate Le Bon in WA

Jake in Seattle


Jey in Portland
Limo in Vancouver