The console dLive is used with a double purpose, hand was the table chosen for make it mix FoH, and by another, it charge of generate them three recordings redundant that is wished to perform. In the concert is used 64 channels, i.e., the whole of the previous that offers the unit DM64.
June 15 Rozalén singer gave a concert in the Palau de la music de Barcelona, during which was also the recording of a DVD for Sony Music.
At the front of the mixing and recording was Jose Maria Rosillo, responsible technical of the sound of the event, who chose by the console digital of mixtures dLive of Allen & Heathwhose Mark sells Lexon distribution, for its realization.
This team is used, on the one hand, for make it mix FoH, and, by another, for generate them three recordings redundant that is wished to perform. Has been a concert in which is have used 64 channels, i.e., the whole of the previous that offers the unit DM64.
Rosillo is defined as an engineer that, at any given time, has been forced to produce. "I have come to the world of production because I am an engineer, and when there is someone who acts as producer, someone has to take the reins. If a recording is a figure which holds the reins, perfect... If not, I take them I; in case opposite the project not comes out ahead. That also has changed my way of working live".
He design original of the system for this concert was conceived to have of a double redundancy, i.e., have of three recordings, in addition to the mix FoH, all this managed by a unique table dLive of Allen & Heath. The primary recording would be done from the MADI card the dLive an interface MGB Digigrid, and from there to the computer of José María Rosillo.
A second recording was made of the card Waves SounGrid console dLive to another computer and, thirdly, a card Dante that was going to be used with a dual purpose: provide signal to the monitor table and on the other hand provide a split to record on a third computer. In this system, the dLive exercises as table master, since it has the control of profits, has the former, etc. Monitors table receives a digital split of all signals via Dante.
Finally, it dispensed with the MADI card, and the primary recording was carried out via Waves SoundGrid and via Dante is signaled to the table of monitors and two computers for recording.
"DLive is a very strong system and it works very well. Its price / quality ratio is unbeatable. This is an excellent solution to carry out live performances. I am sure with other digital consoles much more expensive would have had a lot of trouble, only with cards, interfaces and other "says Rosillo.
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