Swedish rapper Yung Lean recently completed his largest UK headline show to date at London’s 5,000-capacity O2 Academy in Brixton. The Wings of Desire tour was accompanied by an Allen & Heath dLive Wings set-up.

FOH engineer Gustav BrunnOwned by FOH engineer Gustav Brunn, the full audio set-up is used for both FOH and monitor duties, and features a dLive C1500 surface fitted with a Waves 3 card at FOH position in conjunction with a CDM32 MixRack, fitted with a Dante card, and an IP6 Controller at stage position.

‘I was looking for a fly-in rig that we can take anywhere in the world when A&H released the new dLive series,’ Brunn recalls. ‘It’s such a competent rig and really suits my needs – I can bring it with me anywhere on the planet.’

On stage, a DJ performs alongside the artists using Ableton Live with the outputs sent to the CDM32 via Dante. The IP6 is used to allow the production/stage manager to make quick adjustments to the monitor mix, DJ mix and musicians IEMs.

‘This summer I went back and forth between several tours with Dante and Madi card, and I love the flexibility of I/O with all the option cards. Real estate-wise it’s tiny, but inside it’s a total chateau.’

Brunn makes full use of dLive’s built-in EQ, FX, and Deep preamps and compressors: ‘Everything from patching to changing the order of EQ and compression is easily accessible and easy to understand – there’s really nothing that I can’t do with this mixer.’

Yung Lean became widely known when the music video for ‘Ginseng Strip 2002’ went viral on YouTube, exceeding 2m views. The recent event follows his new single ‘Poison Ivy’ and featured a night of music, art and various other Swedish artists such as Bladee, ECCO2K and Thaiboy digital.

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