First Indian dLive installation at Mumbai's Hard Rock Café

Installer Sun Infonet selects DM64 MixRack with S7000 Control Surface, which makes for a "very positive mixing experience".
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Allen & Heath’s dLive has been installed in Mumbai’s renowned Hard Rock Café, marking the first installation of the new digital mixing system in India.

Installer, Sun Infonet, which is the distributor of Allen & Heath products in India, selected the flagship DM64 MixRack with an S7000 Control Surface.

The first artist to use the new mixer was national singing icon, Garry Lawyer, who performed an Elvis Presley tribute along with his seven-piece band.

Both FOH and monitors were mixed on the same system by sound engineer, Afaque Azad.

“I am extremely happy and impressed with the board,” said Azad. “I am amazed at the accuracy of dLive’s dynamic processing, EQ, and FX Rack, and the user friendly interface. The ultra low latency of the mixer made it a very positive mixing experience, and the surface’s illumination and the dust resistant faders are a bonus. Several of the band members were also impressed with the mixer.”

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