One question we often get from people who are just learning about Mixhalo is: doesn’t wearing headphones at a live event take away from the collective, social aspect of the event? The answer will surprise you.
Ten times out of ten, this comes up when a new partner is considering working with us. But after they have had a chance to experience Mixhalo themselves, ten times out of ten, this concern fades away entirely. Yes, entirely. …
By Greg Nelson, front-of-house engineer for Pearl Jam, Incubus, and others
When I began my career as a live sound engineer in the early 90s, I couldn’t have predicted how much the music scene was going to change — but I knew that live music was my passion, and that the quality of the sound was at the core of my work. Throughout the years, I’ve had the honor of working with legendary artists including Pearl Jam, Incubus, Goo Goo Dolls, Beck, and Band of Horses. …
By Marc Ruxin, CEO of Mixhalo
“Upon approval by the artist, manager, agent and promoter, this technology will allow you to access feeds coming directly from the soundboard — so you’re hearing exactly what they’re hearing in the front row if you’re in the upper bowl of STAPLES Center,” said Lee Zeidman, President, STAPLES Center, Microsoft Theater and L.A. LIVE in front of a crowd of 150 AXS Sports Facilities & Franchises event attendees.
That ability to deliver pristine soundboard audio at concerts and events, enabling front row sound in even the most distant seats, the selection of a specific…
Front Row Sound Anywhere at the Fest: Outside Lands Demos Democratized Sound
It was unseasonably warm at this year’s Outside Lands Music Festival, with the often-foggy Golden Gate Park bathed in sunlight and the sounds of the artists Another Planet brought to play.
This year, a select few got a quick peek at what to expect from future festivals, with a tech upgrade courtesy of Mixhalo.
The first time I heard Marc Geiger (my friend and WME Head of Music) pitch the idea behind Mixhalo, I was skeptical, but intrigued.
“What if you could stream a live concert directly from the soundboard to your phone using your own headphones?” Um, yes please!