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Taylor Swift

by FOH Staff • in
  • January 2019
  • Showtime
• Created: January 15, 2019

At monitors, from left, Scott Wasilk (band monitor engineer); Turner Pollari (RF tech); and Jordan Kolenc, (artist monitor engineer/crew chief).


Reputation Stadium Tour

Sound Co

Eighth Day Sound



FOH Engineer: David Payne

Monitor Engineers: Jordan Kolenc (artist/guests), Scott Wasilk (band)

Systems Engineer: Dan Bluhm

Assistant Systems Engineer/Delays: Chase Usry

Monitor/Stage Tech: Eoin “Lad” Collins

RF Coordinator: Ike Zimbel

RF Tech: Turner “Plarse” Pollari

P.A. Techs: Liam “Lili” Von Elbe, Andy “Dude Boy” Dudash, Slam Balk, Mike “Voltage” Vultaggio, JP Kearney (U.K. leg)

Audio Crew Chief: Jordan Kolenc

Production Manager: Arthur Kemish

Stage Manager: Dewey Sheppard



FOH System

Consoles: (2) DiGiCo SD7

Main/Side P.A.: Four hangs of (24) d&b audiotechnik J8; two hangs with (12) J-SUBs

270 P.A.: Two hangs of (12) d&b J8

360 P.A: Two Hangs of (6) d&b V8

Front Fills: (24) d&b V8

Ground Subs: (38) d&b B22

Delays: Four hangs (12) d&b J8

Amps: d&b D80 w/ array processing

Processing/Outboard: Lake LM44, Neve Designs Portico II, Neve Designs MBP, TC Electronic 3000, Lexicon PCM92, Bricasti M7, SPL TD4, (2) Eventide Eclipse, (2) Waves Soundgrid v9, Universal Audio Realtime Rack


MON System

Consoles: (2) DiGiCo SD7

IEM’s: (24 Channels) Shure PSM 1000, JH Audio JH-16 v2 IEMs

RF: 8ch Sennheiser 9000, 10ch Sennheiser 6000, 16ch Shure Axient Digital, RAD Wireless Com, Wisycom MFL RF over fiber system

Processing: TC Electronic System 6000, Bricasti M7, Eventide Eclipse (2), SPL TD4 (2), Waves Soundgrid Extreme Server v9 (4), Universal Audio Realtime Rack

Mics: Sennheiser MD 935, e935; Shure Beta 91, 52, 56; AKG 414 ULS, A-T 450

Misc: Radial Engineering JS2, JS3, J RAK 4, Tonebone Mix Blender


Tour Notes:

Taylor Swift’s Reputation stadium tour, which ran from May 8 to Nov. 21 with a string of shows in the U.S., U.K. and Ireland, another leg in North America plus a few dates in Australia, New Zealand and Japan, broke Billboard’s record for the highest-grossing U.S. tour, with total sales in the States exceeding 2 million tickets and $266.1 million in revenues. Together with the overseas gigs, the total gross from 53 shows topped out at $315.2 million.

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