Live Sound

DiGiCo SD-Range Consoles Certify Ventura Music Hall’s New Status as a Music Destination

Photo above: VMH has already hosted Thievery Corporation, Flogging Molly, Switchfoot, Trevor Hall, Mike Campbell, SOJA, The Garden, Hot Chip, Citizen Cope, Weyes Blood, and others (photo credit: Keith Zacharski) What used to be Discovery, a party-themed space in Midtown Ventura, the heart of that coastal suburb north of Los …
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OneRepublic’s Never Ending Summer Tour Goes and Goes on DiGiCos

Following a lengthy five-year touring hiatus, North American fans of OneRepublic were justifiably thrilled to catch the Colorado Springs-founded band on its recent Never Ending Summer Tour, which stopped at more than 40 arenas, theaters, amphitheaters and pavilions between early July and mid-September. Equally elated were FOH engineer Justin Ripley …
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Glen Haven Baptist Church Blends Traditional and Contemporary Music, and KLANG:konductor Brings Its Monitor Mixing Into the Future

Glen Haven Baptist Church, just south of Atlanta in McDonough, Georgia, celebrated a milestone this year when the church turned 75 years old. And like more and more older churches, Glen Haven Baptist spent its diamond anniversary looking into the future. In this case, the church saw and installed a …
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Chicago’s Famed Studebaker Theater Enters Its 125th Year With A New L-Acoustics Kara II Sound System

Chicago’s Fine Arts Building is a Romanesque treasure in the city’s famous Loop neighborhood, and within the building is an even more exquisite jewel: the 600-seat Studebaker Theater. Both have plenty of history—the Fine Arts Building, originally built as the Studebaker Company’s carriage assembly site in 1885, took on its …