Alice Wilder is a Front Of House engineer based out of New York City. She currently works for M.I.A., Wolf Parade, and Austra, and has done FOH for Foxygen, Divine Fits, Sleigh Bells, The Drums and Diana amongst others, as well as monitors for Third Eye Blind.
Posts tagged live sound
The real world of the d&b audiotechnik System reality. Join us for two days of training that will provide in-depth product information as well as hands on sessions, enabling the attendee to have a basic understanding of d&b systems. In addition attendees will learn the theory and its practicality in achieving superior sound in the real world, and is focused on optimising the designed sound system by using the on-board tools in the amplifiers.
Preparing for Festivals – For Glastonbury. I spend around ten days on site preparing for the three show days, and it’s always an enriching experience, albeit one that requires a lot of hard work, concentration and a high tolerance for mud! Each year we play host to some of the world’s biggest bands and artists, and around 100,000 people gather to watch the headliner each night. Oh, and it’s broadcast live.
In our past blog, Live Recording of a DVD of Setanejo, my colleague Karen Avila went through the crazy process of Brazilian DVDs. Although she was specifically referring to the ‘sertanejo’ style, most Brazilian artists record a DVD before going on tour. We only get one day of live recording. Also, some new singles are recorded live on that day, to promote the ‘DVD tour.