DLive and ME transform Bowie from Synth to Symphony

Allen & Heath’s dLive S Class and ME mixing systems managing FOH and monitors were used for an orchestral arrangement of David Bowie’s Berlin trilogy.


David Bowie dLive Symphony Synth

An orchestral arrangement of David Bowie’s Berlin Trilogy has completed a series of sold-out concerts in Gothenburg Concert Hall and Stockholm’s Berwald Hall, with Allen & Heath’s dLive S Class and ME mixing systems managing FOH and monitors.

Arranged by renowned Swedish conductor and composer, Hans Ek, and performed by the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and choir Zero 8, the technical production was managed by FOH engineer Hans “Surte” Norin from Musikalisk Ljudteknink with Peter Fredriksson from PF Ljuddesign on monitors.



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