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Martin Audio MLA’s Capital triumph at record-breaking Sziget

This year’s annual 7-day-long Sziget Festival on Hajógyári Island, north of Budapest, was the event’s biggest yet, breaking attendance records on the day that Ed Sheeran appeared. Capital Sound, the event’s long standing main stage sound reinforcement supplier, now has the logistics down to a fine art, hauling Martin Audio’s premier


Continuing to turn heads with its appearances at big gigs and prestigious venues, Allen & Heath’s compact SQ digital mixer recently wrapped up a 22-date European tour with Brass Against, including working FOH and Monitors for the band’s support slot with Lenny Kravitz at London’s O2 Arena. Rapidly making a name

DiGiCo mixes all the Colours of Ostrava.

The award-winning Colours of Ostrava festival has once again been a resounding success with an appreciative international audience coming to experience a wealth of music and culture from many genres, and from all over the world. DiGiCo was proud to play a major part in the event, from the main stage

DiGiCo SD12s make their mark at TRNSMT

Mid July saw 150,000 music fans descend on Scotland’s Glasgow Green for TRNSMT. Named best new festival at the UK Festival Awards in 2017 and with headlining sets from Stormzy, Catfish and the Bottlemen and George Ezra this year, TRNSMT’s continuing appeal is obvious. Adlib was there to provide full technical

L-ISA Brings New Creative Freedoms for Mark Knopfler Tour

Mark Knopfler is on the road once again, supporting the release of his new Down the Road Wherever album with an epic show presented in L-ISA Hyperreal Sound technology by L-Acoustics. Having hit venues throughout Europe and headed to North America, Knopfler has once again raised the rock bar with a

Bridge Ministry Rocks Child Hunger with Allen & Heath

Jeff Baggett sets up the dLive S5000 at FOH for the Rock Child Hunger Concert The yearly “Rock Child Hunger” concert, hosted by Nashville’s Bridge Ministry raises funds to feed children suffering from hunger in Nashville. This year’s concert, held at Lipscomb University’s Shamblin Theatre, included well-known artists like Amy Grant,


Craig Morgan's FOH engineer Robert Harmon test drove Allen & Heath's dLive S5000 and refused to give it back. With a career spanning 19 years, 12 songs that have made Billboard's country charts, and word of a new major label record deal in the offing, country artist Craig Morgan is on