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Solotech continues to be the driving force behind remarkable live performances. The latest contribution to Styx’s U.S. tour in support of the band’s 17th studio album, “Crash of the Crown,” exemplifies a dedication to superior audio technology.
Solotech has equipped the tour with a duo of DiGiCo SD12-96 consoles, catering to both front-of-house (FOH) and monitor mixing. While the band relies on local equipment at various venues, their audio crew has chosen Solotech’s control package built around the twin DiGiCo consoles ensures impeccable FOH and monitor mix consistency.
The choice of the DiGiCo SD12-96 for this tour was also influenced by a number of factors. The platform’s capabilities allow the team to tackle complex routing, group management, and macros efficiently. Its compact yet high-channel count design resolved space challenges often faced in various venues. The console’s onboard processing and features eliminate the need for external plugins. The dynamic EQ and audio enhancer are particularly valuable tools for the FOH and monitor engineers. The consoles are also equipped to handle the band’s extensive IEM mixes and monitor requirements.
The SD12-96 system enables Styx’s team to accommodate requests and deliver on the artists’ creative vision, providing them with a mix that not only sounds exceptional but inspires the band to give their best performances.
Read the full article and learn the complete details of this cutting-edge audio control package here.
Source: Front Of House Magazine (September 29), Solotech Supplies a Pair of DiGiCo SD12-96 Consoles for Styx’s U.S. Tour