Andy Meyer, Justin Timberlake's FOH engineer, has been using a few of our mics on tour. Check out some behind-the-scenes photos here...
British Mercury Prize-winning U.K. band ∆ - better known as Alt-J - will return to the U.S. in December for a tour of the FM radio holiday shows along the West Coast and through the Midwest. Live sound and studio recording engineer Lance Reynolds, a Chicago native who works with the band whenever they tour North America, will once again be taking along a collection of microphones from sE Electronics.
Ken "Pooch" Van Druten, a three-time Grammy-nominated recording engineer and producer, front of house engineer and tour/production manager, became something of an unofficial brand ambassador for sE Electronics after trying the Voodoo VR1 microphone.
Over the past couple of years, acclaimed front of house engineer Greg Price, renowned for working with some of the heaviest of heavy rock acts, has adopted a variety of sE Electronics microphone models for that key component of any metal music mix: the electric guitar. Price is currently out on a lengthy world tour with Black Sabbath, with whom he has worked since the band’s first reunion tour in 1997.