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DiGiCo Quantums ‘make sense’ for Arctic Monkeys

Kicking off in Istanbul at the beginning of August 2022, taking in a series of festivals in South America, on to Australia and the Far East, travelling through Europe, then a UK stadium tour, and finishing in Dublin in October, Arctic Monkeys’ The Car tour has been delighting fans with its blend of new material and classic favourites.

Solotech has worked with the Artic Monkeys for the past 16 years and have supported The Car tour throughout, including a run of UK stadium and European arena dates in the summer of 2023.

The band’s long-time engineers, Will Doyle and Matthew Kettle, have relied on DiGiCo consoles, provided by Solotech, to deliver premium sound at both the monitor and front of house positions for many years. Continuing their ethos of providing ‘an exceptional audio experience’, this time they have opted for the latest DiGiCo Quantum consoles along with a DMI-KLANG for immersive in-ear monitoring.

Read the full story in LSI magazine here: https://www.lsionline.com/digico-quantums-make-sense-for-arctic-monkeys

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