Today, DCR Nashville announces some big news in the entertainment production industry. As the COVID-19 pandemic brought the touring industry to a screeching halt, DCR Nashville saw this as an opportunity to tune up their operations. “During these challenges, opportunities present themselves. The pandemic has certainly provided its fair share of both. Our leadership team rallied… Read More
Tracy Lawrence has arguably the most recognizable voice in country music. Supporting a career of more than 27 years, that has yielded 18 number ones and over 14 million albums sold is no small order. With a brand new album coming out November 10th; GOOD OLE DAYS, and a robust touring schedule, slowing down is… Read More
Tracy Lawrence has arguably the most recognizable voice in country music.
Supporting a career of more than 27 years, that has yielded 18 number ones and over 14 million albums sold is no small order. With a brand new album coming out November 10th; GOOD OLE DAYS, and a robust touring schedule, slowing down is not an option for the Tracy Lawrence tour. Whether it be country music’s biggest festivals or the rowdiest honky-tonks around the country, both DCR Nashville and the Tracy Lawrence crew provide world class support for a world class artist.
This past summer has been a busy one to say the least. With a schedule that has provided little opportunity for some R&R, hot and humid temperatures and our fair share of dusty outdoor festivals, it’s safe to say that our gear and crew sustain some abuse. In an effort to provide the best service for our artist Tracy Lawrence, we keep our relationship with DCR Nashville a high priority. Whether we have a show in Nashville or a 3 week long West Coast run, the support from DCR Nashville is unmatched.
Tracy Lawrence plays a wide variety of venues, ranging from clubs to massive festivals. Space both on stage and in our trailer can be at a premium, so packaging and ease of deployment is of the utmost importance for our camp. With space always a factor we choose to use the Midas Pro 2’s because of the punch they provide in a compact package. We choose the DL231’s for their flexibility, to us it is very useful to have independent gain control of each input. This allows monitor engineer, Andy Wacker, to line-check the band without my console needing to be flipped; And for us, that’s a common scenario.
Keeping with the space theme, we give high praise to Meyer for the MJF-210 monitors. Occupying such a small footprint, these monitors are more powerful than some of the PA’s we come in contact with. Their efficiency, in being self powered, eliminates the need for racks of amplifiers that eat up valuable trailer space. With an outstanding frequency response they can keep an artist with an ear like Mr. Lawrence’s happy and at the end of the day thats is why we are all here.
Here’s a quick look at the gear we used:
Midas Pro 2 w/ DL231’s — Front of House and Monitors
Klark Teknik DN9650 — Interface for ProTools Recording