Weeping Willows celebrated their 20th anniversary and gave three concerts in the Ericsson Globe Arena - Of course dLive was in the game.
Weeping Willows celebrates 20 years since the debut album "Broken Promise Land" was released.
Backed by Gävle Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Christoffer Nobin, the the poplegends with Magnus Carlsson up front gave a unique anniversary concert at the Ericsson Globe - three nights in a row!
- We wanted to do something grand, and playing together with a symphony orchestra is something we have done several times before and we love it. For a Stockholm-based band as we are, we feel that there is no more magnificent place to play than the Globe-arena, said Weeping Willows singer Magnus Carlson.
For technical processing and sound mix was Anders Nyberg, Ljud Med Mera i Göteborg AB, (FOH-Band) and Owe Davidson, Davidson Project, (FOH-Orchestra). Monitor Peter Fredriksson, PF Ljuddesign.
Front of house was using two dLive-systems:
One S5000 with a DM64 MixRack and GigaACE network card for the orchestra and one S3000 with a DM48 MixRack and GigaACE for the band.
They were both getting audio from the master system who was the MONITOR system via GigaAce network.
Monitor: One S5000 surface with waves 3 networking card for recording on two seperate computers.
One DM64 with two GigaACE networking cards for feeding the S3000/S5000 FOH-surfaces.
EAW's Microwedge, 8" and 12" was used for the orchestra and band.