Jennings, Steve
May 2006
Mix;May2006, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p80
The article features the sound equipment from Thunder Audio Inc. that are being used in the concert tour of singer Kem in the United States. The tour is carrying 10 Meyer Sound MILOs per side, as well as four Nexco subs per side and four Meyer UPI frontfills. Kem's sound engineer, Jim Gibbons, is handling a Soundcraft Series 5 board, using 48 channels and four stereo channels.


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