DiGiCo Digital Mixing Consoles
December 2010
Blues Traveler may be one of the hardest working bands on the scene today. For more than 23 years, the quintet has been making soul-filled rock music together, as witnessed by eight studio albums and four live discs, six of them certified Gold or Platinum, with combined worldwide sales of more than ten million units. Along the way, the band has played more than 2000...
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December 2010
After a 28-year career, Norwegian trio A-ha have decided to split, saying farewell to their fans with a major world tour. Two DiGiCo consoles, plus a full complement of Sennheiser microphones and in-ear monitoring systems, ensured that the band’s career - as the tour’s name suggested - ended on a high note. Taking in Asia, Europe, North and South America,...
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December 2010
An unexpected audio console crash led the Tri-City Baptist Church in Conover, NC to a new DiGiCo SD8, and an audio overhaul, to boot. Mike Wilson of Wilson Team Media, a professional audio and video services outfit in Charlotte, NC, not only handled the installation, but also overhauled the sound system from rewiring to retuning of the room, and, were able to do...
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December 2010
Danish rockers Volbeat are currently in the midst of an extensive European tour to promote their latest album Beyond Hell / Above Heaven. With inspiration ranging from Elvis Presley to Metallica, the band’s unique sound features two DiGiCo consoles on the live shows. Supplied by leading Danish audio company DPA SoundCo, which has a wide range of DiGiCo consoles...
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December 2010
Stand 1J119 sees UK-based digital mixing console manufacturer DiGiCo return to ISE alongside the brand’s Dutch distributor TM Audio. This year, as well as its flagship SD7 and mid sized SD8 desks, the entry level SD9 and the new SDRack, launched at PLASA2010, will demonstrate DiGiCo’s commitment to the install market. SD7 moved digital mixing console...
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November 2010
The Docklands exclusive Peninsula Room in Melbourne, Australia played host to the Tertiary Education Management Conference Gala Dinner. Alive Technologies handled the AV requirements on the night, designing a system that included a DiGiCo SD8, supplied to them by DiGiCo’s Australian distributor, Group Technologies, to provide first class audio for a full range...
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November 2010
When sound designer Carlton Guc signed on with the second staging of the teen musical ‘13’ at the Ohio-based Fairmount Performing Arts Conservatory (FPAC), he had a bright idea. By involving his own lighting/sound software company, Stage Research, he was able to invite some of the top audio and lighting manufacturers to participate in the production....
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November 2010
Fresh from a whirlwind European tour, Canadian indie pop band Stars are now back on home ground for their Fall tour. Playing a variety of theatre-sized venues in Canada and North America, with audience capacities from an intimate 500 up to 2,750, and with a DiGiCo SD8 digital mixing console at Front of House, Stars’ fans are getting just the sound they want....
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November 2010
Gateway Church in Southlake Texas has grown in the last decade from a congregation of several hundred to approximately 16,000. Satellite campus locations have sprouted over the last few years including the North Richland Hills Campus in the center of the Dallas/Ft Worth Metroplex in 2007, and the Frisco campus in the North Dallas area in the summer of 2010. In the...
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November 2010
Latin Grammy Award winning Spanish pop icon David Bisbal became a household name both in his home country and in South America after he achieved the runner up position in television talent contest Operación Triunfo – the Spanish version of the UK’s Pop Idol - in 2001. For the Latin American leg of his latest tour Sin Mar Atras, which took in a...
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November 2010
DiGiCo mixing consoles are currently enjoying increasing success in China, the world’s most populous country. Following on from their key role in the opening of the iconic Canton Tower, further  DiGiCo mixers are making an impression elsewhere in the country. Situated in Guangzhou, the same city as the Canton Tower, the Intown Live House is a live music...
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November 2010
Ofcom is calling on licensed wireless microphone users to register for a Government funding scheme set up earlier this year to help pay for the replacement of channel 69 equipment. This equipment will stop working in 2012. The scheme closes on 31 December 2010.   Countries across Europe are clearing a block of frequencies to make way for new services like next-generation...
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October 2010
Already one of the city’s most iconic buildings, The Convention Centre Dublin (CCD), which opened in September, features a cutting-edge technical specification. Designed to ensure that the venue is both highly flexible and will stay bang up-to-date for many years to come, key components for achieving both aims are four DiGiCo SD series mixing consoles. Costing...
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October 2010
Soaring 610m above the Chinese city of Guangzhou, the Canton Tower is the world’s third tallest building and has a unique, waisted design that has got architects across the world talking. Officially inaugurated on 29th September, the tower’s grand opening ceremony featured two DiGiCo mixing consoles. Variously referred to as Guangzhou TV & Sightseeing...
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October 2010
Pensacola Florida’s Vinyl Music Hall literally rose from the gutted rubble of a former 3-story Masonic temple in the heart of downtown, transforming itself in a mere two months into a live music destination for national and regional touring acts of all flavors and fans alike. Dual SD8s - SD8-36 at FOH and SD8-24 at monitor world - are the heartbeat of the...
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October 2010
Golf’s prestigious Ryder Cup paid its first visit to Wales this year, the tournament taking place in early October at the Celtic Manor Resort, near Newport. Beforehand, Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium hosted Welcome To Wales, a glittering VIP dinner and live concert which showcased the country’s musical talent to the sporting visitors. Three DiGiCo...
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October 2010
Since the beginning of May, American heavy metallers MANOWAR, Guinness World Record holders for being the loudest band in the world, have been performing their Death to Infidels World Tour 2010 around the globe. The team from management company Magic Circle Music, with Jeff Hair from Aggressive Sound at Front of House, have been with the band throughout. However,...
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October 2010
Celebrating nearly 80 years, the Calvary Church of Costa Mesa is a multi-facility campus with an actively growing membership of over 2500. In the early 2000's, many of Calvary's buildings were renovated, and in 2006, the Worship Center underwent a major remodel. Last year, facilities manager John Jackson began evaluating the audio system in the main worship...
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October 2010
As a longtime advocate of DiGiCo tools and technology, NMR Staging & Events has employed its D5 consoles in corporate meetings, special events, and tradeshows around the country. With the release of the SD8, the New York-based production provider saw the opportunity to add another DiGiCo large frame console - packed with features at an incredible price point...
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October 2010
Since its launch in March, DiGiCo’s SD9 console has brought its red revolution to a wide range of users, keen to make the most of the SD9’s remarkable combination of functionality, audio quality and small size - all at a remarkably budget-friendly price. Two audio companies that have taken advantage of these remarkable qualities are Technical Knowhow...
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September 2010
Launched at PLASA2009 and the winner drawn at PLASA2010, DiGiCo’s 500th SD8 console competition in aid of the families of John Roden and Jim Douglas, attracted entries from across the globe. The lucky winner is from DiGiCo’s home turf: Matthew Cotton, from Southampton, collected his one-of-a-kind, liveried SD8 from the DiGiCo offices on September 22nd...
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September 2010
Joe Keiser has toured with Keith Urban since 2004 as the group’s FOH system tech, stepping into the role of monitor engineer in 2008. Last summer, the Aussie country rocker’s weekend warrior touring schedule, opening for The Eagles, merited Keiser to scale down his touring kit from two Midas Heritage consoles to a DiGico SD8. Crazy, huh?   “I...
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September 2010
Calvary Church of Orland Park, Illinois is one of the first houses of worship to secure the new DiGiCo SD9 as its main console for a new worship facility currently under construction. In the meantime, the church operates in a temporary worship location at the Marcus Theaters in town. The SD9, along with d&b audiotechnik B2 and T10 loudspeaker components, will...
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September 2010
With its origins dating back to the 1850s, Den Nationale Scene (DNS, or The National Theatre) is Norway's oldest permanent theatre. Now, however, with the installation of a DiGiCo SD7T mixing console, the venue has become a true 21st century facility. Located in Bergen, DNS puts on around 20 productions each year across its three stages, which include international...
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September 2010
An unexpected move that sees the British digital mixing console manufacturer consolidate its position in the Far East, DiGiCo has announced the appointment of Rightway Audio Consultant as exclusive distributor for China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, a decision that was cemented at this month’s PLASA Show. “DiGiCo is a world-renowned brand with a broad...
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September 2010
Gand Concert Sound of Glenview, Illinois recently added a DiGiCo SD8 - their first DiGiCo purchase - to their roster of digital consoles. Established in 1977, Gand Concert Sound was created to meet the growing demand for large-scale music performances on a regional level. Colleges and local festivals provided a jumping off point, and by the early ‘80s, GCS...
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September 2010
DiGiCo’s Little Red Box and Little Blue Box are two compact add on units that quickly and simply expand the connectivity of DiGiCo consoles. DiGiCo’s Little Red Box is specifically designed to work with DiGiCo’s SD9 digital mixing console and allows you to connect a D-Rack or a MADI Rack (DiGi-Rack or MiNi-Rack) to two SD9s. Currently, a single...
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September 2010
Based around the Stealth FPGA technology that delivers the SD range’s acclaimed sonic quality, the DiGiCo SD Rack is the first I/O rack for any mixing console that offers multiple format sample rate conversion and allows up to an amazing 448 I/O, in any combination at 96kHz, spread across multiple racks. While the SD Rack converters can operate at 192kHz, you...
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September 2010
The pop-culture teen phenom who is Justin Bieber is in the midst of a whirlwind US tour, playing cities across the continental U.S. and winning the hearts of American teens, tweens and parents alike. The "Biebermania" assault is one of the hottest tours on deck, and is literally sold out through the end of the year -pretty remarkable in the wake of declining...
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August 2010
With the 2010 summer concert season in full swing, many of the most demanding stateside tours, in progress or on the horizon, entrust their audio to none other than DiGiCo’s flagship SD7 console. Raising the bar for live sound engineering with its Stealth Digital Processing and unique Super FPGA technology, the SD7 has become a familiar sight doing duty at...
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August 2010
Archetypal electronica band Faithless has been on tour since early this year, playing in clubs, theatres and on the summer festival scene across Europe. Such diversity in a schedule requires a mixing console that can adapt to any situation or size of venue and still deliver on functionality and audio quality. For the band’s monitor engineer Ben Milton, there...
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August 2010
After re-forming in 2009, Irish rock band The Cranberries has embarked on a 2010 European Summer Tour. Their audio arsenal centres round a DiGiCo SD8 digital mixing console, manned by Oliver Waring at the crucially important monitor position. “I’ve been using DiGiCo consoles for a number of years,” says Waring. “I started out teching with...
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August 2010
When Christina Aguilera postponed her 2010 Bionic Tour in the spring, engineer Jon Lemon was able to transition his gig - and the DiGiCo SD8 he was using for the tour’s promo leg—onto a Smashing Pumpkins’ run.   Having worked extensively on an SD7 over the last few years with artists including Janet Jackson, Lemon wanted to use the few...
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August 2010
Despite having been through more ups and downs that virtually any band could feasibly cope with, 1960s folk-rock legends Crosby, Stills & Nash are still touring and bringing their unique harmony-infused, mellow protest songs to legions of fans. Helping the band to win over more admirers on every tour is Front of House engineer Kevin Madigan with his DiGiCo D5....
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August 2010
SK Systems’ newly purchased DiGiCo SD9 fit the bill for the Richard Nader Memorial Doo Wop Concert XXI at the Izod Center Arena, Rutherford, NJ on June 12. This year's in-the-round event featured 10 artists performing throughout the night, with a grand finale with all artists on stage. In previous shows for Nader, production partner SK Systems used DiGiCo’s...
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August 2010
Four years ago, principles at Full Sail University commenced planning to create a multi-purpose, live performance venue. The award-winning school located in Winter Park Florida was created more than 30 years ago as a private learning hub catering to arts design and entertainment media. Over the past three decades, Full Sail has flourished to offer a broad spectrum...
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August 2010
Roland Systems Group debuted its S-MADI REAC Bridge at this year’s InfoComm Show in June. The S-MADI REAC Bridge, a bi-directional signal converter between MADI and REAC, enables connectivity between Roland’s REAC products (M-48 Personal Mixing System), to MADI-equipped digital audio mixers/systems including DiGiCo’s SD7, SD8 & SD9 and D Series...
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July 2010
Opened earlier this year, La Source is a multi-function arts venue in Fontaine, south east France. As a brand new facility, the technical infrastructure was designed to be as high quality as possible. It was with this in mind that three DiGiCo SD8s were specified for its two biggest spaces. Comprising three spaces, the ‘Big Room’ with a capacity of 400-600,...
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July 2010
For the second year, Philly-based electronica-jammers The Disco Biscuits hosted fans and friends at the spectacular open-air Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado. The May 29th ‘Bisco Inferno’ featured The Biscuits headlining a jam-packed roster including Pnuma Trio, Aeroplane, Crystal Method, The Glitch Mob, and Booka Shade. ‘Bisco Inferno’...
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July 2010
Three and a half years since Leona Lewis won television talent show The X Factor, the summer of 2010 saw her embark on her first headline tour. Themed after the singer’s favourite film, Labyrinth, the tour is a visual feast with set and costume changes a-plenty. With a DiGiCo SD8 at the monitor position, it sounds even better than it looks. Alongside Lewis,...
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July 2010
Even though The Killers are officially on hiatus, they can still make time to come together in the name of Liberty. The group joined Brandi Carlile and Cedric the Entertainer, as official guests of President Barack Obama, to headline the "Salute to the Military" USO Concert on the White House South Lawn on July 4th. Now in its second year, the event honors...
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July 2010
The end of May saw 16 times Grammy nominated R&B artist Brian McKnight headline the 2010 Riviera Maya Jazz Festival in Mexico. It also brought an introduction to the DiGiCo SD8 for McKnight’s Front of House engineer Omatali Beckett - an experience that he is keen to repeat. Omatali has been working with Brian McKnight for about three years but, apart from...
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July 2010
After 35 years and countless recordings showcasing his trademark boogie ‘n’ blues, George Thorogood & The Destroyers are still very much ‘bad to the bone’. The band’s current tour showcases a host of classics, old and new, and traverses venues from Canada to Cape Cod through August. A pair of DiGiCo SD8-24’s from Clair Global...
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July 2010
They may be creepy and kooky, but the cast of the Broadway musical adaptation of “The Addams Family” cartoons sounds far from macabre. With a DiGiCo SD7T in the starring role of a fearsome audio system and sound design from Acme Sound Partners, the new musical—based on the bizarre and beloved family created by legendary cartoonist Charles Addams—opened...
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June 2010
An early adopter of digital technology, Scouting For Girls’ Front of House engineer Andy Williamson has been, up until now, a regular user of consoles by other manufacturers. However, at the start of the band’s recent tour, which finished in Brighton at the end of May, audio rental company Capital Sound’s Paul Timmins presented Andy with an opportunity...
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June 2010
Apparently, Elvis has not left the building. In fact, thanks in part to the wildly popular production, 'Elvis: The Concert', Elvis is very much alive… on stage, that is. The production, spanning a decade-plus, reunites Elvis’ former TCB bandmates with a 16-piece orchestra—against a projected backdrop of Elvis' finest concert performances...
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June 2010
There’s a lot of (crazy) love in the room at every venue Michael Bublé plays, as he tours the world in support of his album of the same name. And with the Canadian singer songwriter having recently converted to using in-ear monitors, engineer Craig Brittain’s DiGiCo SD7 console is on the receiving end of much affection too. Craig has been Bublé’s...
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June 2010
In the past, live sound engineers have been forced to compromise on their choice of digital console if they wanted to enjoy the versatility provided by Waves plug-ins. But now, DiGiCo offers the best of both worlds with the DiGiCo/Waves SoundGrid – a must for every DiGiCo user and for every Waves enthusiast who wants to hear those acclaimed plug-ins through...
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June 2010
Jazz/pop artist Jamie Cullum is currently in the midst of an extensive world tour to promote his latest album The Pursuit.  At the Front of House position is a DiGiCo SD8 mixing console, which is aiding engineer Danny White own pursuit of the newest mixing technologies. Combining the touring roles of front of house engineer, tour manager and more, Danny bought...
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June 2010
Hard to believe it’s been over three decades since punk band Generation X hit the scene, co-founded and fronted by Billy Idol. In the years since, the blonde rocker has crafted a wildly successful solo career, studded with Number One hits, best-selling albums and music/video accolades. This summer, Idol takes to the road playing festivals throughout Europe...
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May 2010
When Peter Gabriel decided to promote his latest album Scratch My Back via select live shows with a 54-piece orchestra, an immediate concern was how the Front of House mix position would accommodate the exacting audio requirements. The answer was a DiGiCo SD7, with enough inputs to make Gabriel’s New Blood tour both a reality and a major success. Gabriel is...
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May 2010
The Lyttleton Theatre of London’s National Theatre is one of the UK’s most prolific hotbeds of stage creativity, which means its technical team has to cope with changing between very different productions on an almost nightly basis. But with a DiGiCo SD7 recently installed in the South Bank premises, life is now a little easier. “We have a connection...
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May 2010
Perhaps one of the more unusual venues a DiGiCo console has been recruited into was aboard The USS John C. Stennis aircraft carrier this past March. Pop-punk band, Bowling for Soup, were also enlisted by Navy Entertainment to play the ‘thank you’ concert for more than 2500 crew members at the Naval Air Station North Island in San Diego. Mambo Sound of...
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May 2010
After dazzling audiences on Broadway, and scoring a total of twenty prestigious Tony and Drama Desk Awards, including Best Sound Design, the theatrical adaptation of the popular movie, “Billy Elliot”, about a coal miner's son who dreams to dance is planned to hit the road on two simultaneous U.S. tours later this year. Based on the New York production,...
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May 2010
For the tenth year of the Teenage Cancer Trust’s Royal Albert Hall concerts, patron Roger Daltrey and a supporting cast of hundreds laid on something very special. Ten shows, all featuring very high profile artists, which concluded with The Who playing their legendary Quadrophenia album… in quadraphonic. The March series of shows featured artists as...
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May 2010
When it comes to corporate events, London doesn’t see many much bigger than the five-day event which was hosted by multi-level selling business Forever Living Products at Wembley Arena in March. Featuring a mix of live entertainment and presentations that lasted for up to eight hours each day, the company’s annual European Rally required an audio production...
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April 2010
With DiGiCo’s 500th SD8 mixing console as yet unclaimed, the company is opening the competition it launched at PLASA09 to purchasers of its brand new, entry-level SD9 console. And with the SD9 already in high demand, one lucky owner could find themselves owning a considerably bigger slice of DiGiCo technology than they were expecting! Each of the first 500...
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April 2010
The David H. Koch Theater, part of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City, has been home to the finest ballet and opera performances since opening in 1964. Formerly the New York State Theatre, the historic structure was originally built as part of New York State's cultural participation in the 1964-1965 World's Fair. During a multi-million...
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April 2010
Multi-platinum recording artist and guitarist Neal Schon hit the road this March on a mini-tour before heading to the studio with Journey for the band’s forthcoming release. The Neal Schon Band made its debut at the 2010 NAMM Show and took to the highway on a brief swing through clubs in and around the West Coast, including a live recording for a future DVD...
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April 2010
When Colombian rental company C Vilar worked with a DiGiCo SD8 on a tour by Grammy-winning singer Carlos Vives, so impressed were the staff by its performance that it wasn’t long before the company purchased one for its own inventory, adding another country to the console’s world itinerary… Vives’ Front of House engineer Rob ‘Cubby’...
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April 2010
Located in the Austrian spa town of Baden, the Buehne Baden Theatre hosts a wide array of productions, from plays, operas and musicals to symphony concerts, big bands and rock concerts. Accommodating such a variety of shows is a challenge for the theatre’s sound department, but one which has been significantly eased with the delivery of a DiGiCo SD7T console....
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April 2010
A new mobile facility is now available in Australia that has put the benefits of DiGiCo digital recording and ease of use into an extremely compact, mobile package. Sydney-based Dubology Studios has recently unveiled the DubMobile, a mobile facility featuring a 128 channel DiGiCo DS-00 digital console with two EX-00 fader expansion modules, DiGiRack and MiNi-DiGiRack,...
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April 2010
DiGiCo has announced the appointment of new team member James Lawford, who takes up the position of UK sales executive and will provide additional support for its UK operation. James, or JJ as he is known, will work closely with DiGiCo’s UK dealer network, helping to further strengthen commercial development in the UK market and provide a dedicated point of...
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March 2010
For most companies, going ‘into the red’ would be a bad thing. But for DiGiCo the exact opposite is true, because the company’s new and most exceptionally priced mixing system yet - the SD9 - features the coolest shade of crimson. Being launched at ProLight+Sound 2010, the SD9 is set to redefine what the audio industry expects from a compact digital...
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March 2010
Two years after launch, where is the world’s most powerful live console?  The world was changing and whether it was a concert, a theatre production or a corporate event, we were told that the boundaries of creativity and possibility were going to be constantly stretched, so technology had to keep pace. DiGiCo declared it was going to lead the way. In...
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March 2010
A Ripple That is Spreading Fast At this year’s Winter NAMM, DiGiCo and Waves announced a technology agreement between the two companies that sent a ripple of anticipation through the industry – Waves plug-ins would soon be available on DiGiCo’s SD series consoles. Unlike other options, the DiGiCo/Waves SoundGrid will be fully integrated into the...
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March 2010
Minnesota’s Eagle Brook Church is a thriving, dynamic house of worship, growing from 300 people to over 11,000 parishioners in its 60-year history. The church has grown in physical size as well, expanding from one to four locations, with a fifth slotted for the near future. Because of that growth, the technical infrastructure required a retooling. Last year,...
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February 2010
German band PUR’s new album Wünsche (Wishes) was released in September and gave its name to their November/December arena tour. PUR front man, Hartmut Engler, and his band performed their latest songs, as well as old favourites such as Abenteuerland, Funkelperlenaugen und Irgendwo in dieser Welt, in 12 large venues, with capacities ranging from 10,000...
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February 2010
Award-winning Austrian film Das Weisse Band (The White Ribbon) proved such a major hit at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival that Michael Haneke, the film’s director, was invited to give a special showing by no less than the country’s parliamentary president, Barbara Prammer. And with a DiGiCo SD8 console, supplied by DiGiCo's local distributor Ton Eichinger,...
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February 2010
As one of the top-grossing tours in 2009, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra fuse elements of progressive rock, symphonic heavy metal, and classical music into a unique blend, and are known for their dazzling live performances, complete with full light show and synchronized pyrotechnics. In 2000, TSO created two separate touring groups - TSO East and TSO West - to allow...
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February 2010
It’s not unknown for the word ‘gruelling’ to be used with regard to tours, but one of the most ambitious feats yet must be The Killers concluding a year of live dates by playing shows on three separate continents in just five days. In order to achieve it, no less than six DiGiCo consoles were required. After playing many dates across Europe, Australia,...
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February 2010
Based in Stockton-on-Tees, John Saunders Productions (JSP) has carved a reputation for supplying cutting-edge audio systems to some of the highest-grossing ‘nostalgia’ live productions. With no less than five DiGiCo SD8 consoles recently added to the company’s inventory, the shows that the company services may be nostalgic in nature, but in reality...
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February 2010
February’s Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) trade show saw yet more success for the DiGiCo SD8 mixing console, with three more added to the inventories of Dutch rental companies. Purple Group, one of the country’s leading rental facilities, already owned three SD8s and increased that number to no less than five at ISE. The company is a long-term DiGiCo...
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January 2010
A defining element of Thievery Corporation’s sound has always been the broad stylistic and cultural musical blend as evidenced on its recordings, including 2008’s “Radio Retaliation.” Blending elements of dub, acid jazz, reggae, Indian classical, Middle Eastern, and Brazilian elements with a lounge aesthetic, the Washington, D.C.-based duo...
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January 2010
When the High School of Dundee marked the 175th anniversary of its iconic building, a major showcase of the school’s talent was the only appropriate way to celebrate. Playing an integral part in the events was local sound specialist Apex Acoustics, complete with its DiGiCo D1 Live console. The High School of Dundee is one of Scotland’s leading independent...
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January 2010
With more than 120 academic programs and nearly 12,500 students, Columbia College Chicago is the largest and most diverse private arts and media college in the nation. The school’s Director of the Live Sound Program and Associate Professor in the Department of Audio Arts & Acoustics, Jack Alexander—a veteran audio industry professional—had been...
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January 2010
WINTER NAMM SHOW, ANAHEIM, CA, January 18, 2010 – Waves Audio, a leading provider of digital signal processing software and hardware solutions, and DiGiCo, the UK-based manufacturer of some of the world’s most popular, successful and groundbreaking digital mixing consoles, have announced a technology agreement which sees the development of breakthrough...
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January 2010
Taking place at the Amsterdam RAI from 2nd - 4th February, ISE2010 is one of the leading trade shows for the audio visual industry. With the event’s focus on innovation, DiGiCo’s SD8-24 and EX-007 are bound to be stars of the show. Exhibiting on stand 1J113, DiGiCo will be showing its full range of ground-breaking digital mixing consoles and accessories,...
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January 2010
Vienna-based Concept Solutions is a major system provider in the Austrian market, servicing everything from small to large live music events, club gigs and corporate functions. Recently the company needed to expand its mixing console inventory and, requiring the ideal combination of versatility, high quality and cost-effectiveness, chose the DiGiCo SD8. “I...
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