Polish Metal Legends Tour with Allen & Heath

by Debi Moen
in International News
dLive at FOH for Hunter with engineer, Marcin "Marcel" Płoński. Photo: Lukasz Kornafel and Muzyka and Technologia magazine.
dLive at FOH for Hunter with engineer, Marcin "Marcel" Płoński. Photo: Lukasz Kornafel and Muzyka and Technologia magazine.

WARSAW, POLAND - Polish heavy metal band, Hunter, is carrying an Allen & Heath dLive S Class digital mixing system on its tour around Poland. Sound Engineer Marcin "Marcel" Płoński specified the console, supplied by Konsbud Audio.


More details from Allen & Heath (www.allen-heath.com):
Polish heavy metal giant, Hunter, has been touring the country carrying a dLive S Class digital mixing system by Allen & Heath.

Formed more than 30 years ago, Hunter is still writing and producing music, and regularly touring. The band’s sound engineer, Marcin "Marcel" Płoński, first tried out dLive last summer, and one of the earliest outings with the system was at the renowned Jarocin rock festival. When the band embarked on a new tour, Płoński decided to carry a Dante-enabled S3000 Surface with DM32 MixRack, supplied by Konsbud Audio. The system has completed more than 30 dates since touring began last November.

Says Płoński, “dLive is very easy to manage, and the surface is very clear and logical, allowing you to arrange functions for quick access to suit the individual. The most important feature of the system for me is undoubtedly the parallel compression, of which I am very fond, as well as the new Dyn8. The simple virtual sound check is another great feature."