Rising K-pop rock band DAY6 announced a 31-date world tour to aid their approaching mini-album, < The Book of Us: Gravity >, lost on July 15.
DAY6 will kick off the tour at the beginning of August in Seoul and will hit stateside in September in New York. Totaling 9 U.S. Dates, the quintet will weave their way to the West Coast through Boston, Miami, Dallas, and Chicago, ending their string of U.S. Indicate past due September in California.
The group will continue to carry out worldwide, hitting the most important cities in Southeast Asia, Australia, and Europe to wrap up their tour in early 2020.
Debuting in 2015, DAY6 wrecked the boundaries of the stereotypical K-pop picture. The institution is rising to shed a new mild on the genre by giving heartfelt anthems a unique rock twist with instrumental knowledge. In 2018, DAY6 offeout their first world excursion assisting Youth and acquired fine groundswell worldwide.
FOH engineer Drew Thornton makes use of Waves plugins on Billie Eilish’s bought-out international tour
Front-of-residence engineer Drew Thornton (Maggie Rogers, Amy Shark, A Great Big World) has selected Waves plugins and SoundGrid Extreme servers for American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish’s sold-out 2019 global excursion.
The upward push of 17-year-antique Billie Eilish is now widely known – from the huge achievement of her debut single ‘Ocean Eyes,’ which gained fantastic viral reach after being added to SoundCloud, to her first album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (co-written and co-produced via Eilish’s brother, Fineas O’Connell), which debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard 2 hundred and topped the charts in 15 greater countries.
For Eilish’s first – and sold-out – worldwide tour, FOH engineer Drew Thornton has chosen Waves plugins to shape the singer’s live sound: “I have an Allen & Heath dLive S5000 with a DM64 degree box,” he described his setup, “and the Waves V3 Audio Networking Card (M-DL-WAVES3) equipped nearby within the floor, with two Waves SoundGrid Extreme Servers set for redundancy. I then use Apple Mac mini’s, one strolling the Waves MultiRack live plugin rack, and one particular for multitrack recording.”
“Billie happens to be a very breathy and quiet singer,” Thornton said, “with one of the loudest crowds I’ve ever heard. This means reaching a clean, vivid, loud pop vocal sound may be hard. Having the Waves PSE (Primary Source Expander) plugin saves me every night by giving me a little bump of gain before feedback on her voice. I also apply it to all vocals to dispose of as much degree bleed as possible. I use it alongside the X-FDBK plugin, which always helps me lessen feedback with deep, narrow cuts that remove it without destroying my gain.”