Find out how Jon Burton, FOH Sound Engineer for The Prodigy, gets that famous Prodigy Thumpunderous Sound in his other favourite venue, London’s Ally Pally.

From the d&b J-Series PA, with (naturally) plenty of sub and infra sub, to the “Very Angry!” setting on the TC Electronics Voice Live effects unit, via Jon’s own Midas XL3, comedy keyboards, the 10eazy noise meter and the rest of the effects rack, Jon shows us around his system just 15 minutes before the show opens!

This is live sound engineering at its best.

http://www.theprodigy.co.uk

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