iLive manages Postcode Lottery Party
22 January 2010
UK - Scottish PA company, Ward Steedsy Associates employed its Allen & Heath iLive digital mixing system to manage the recent People's Postcode Lottery Winners' Party in Rutherglen, Lanarkshire, where nearly £2m was handed out to prize winners.
Hosted by Scottish presenter, Angus Purden, the Big Postcode Rollover Party included an exclusive live performance from chart-topping rapper, Chipmunk. Ward Steedsy's iLive system, comprising an iDR10 MixRack and iLive-112 Control Surface, managed FOH audio for the event.
"This was the fourth time we have used our iLive system for a Postcode Lottery Party and we have previous event settings saved on a USB stick, so the set-up time was greatly reduced," says joint MD, Steven Ward. "We provided all the FOH kit, including separate feeds for the video tape, the camera crew's headphone mixes and the VIP tent. With an L&R and 2 auxes for infills, iLive provided 4 stereo and 6 mono mixes."
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