07.22.2004 12:00 PM
Soundcraft used on “American Idol”

Fox's hit show “American Idol” used a 40-channel Soundcraft MH4 console to mix monitors and house sound during its recently completed third season. For the second consecutive year, Andrew "Fletch" Fletcher was in charge of the live mix at CBS Television City in Hollywood where the event was filmed. The console was supplied by ATK AudioTek, the show's live sound equipment provider. Performance music was automated through a digital sidecar mixer before feeding into the MH4 and out to the stage wedges and PA. All other aspects of the room's audio reinforcement were handled directly by the Soundcraft board.

For more information, please visit: www.soundcraft.com.

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