Honoring the hottest names in music and featuring performances from some of today’s hottest artists, this year’s Billboard Music Awards were celebrated in style with Shure (opens in a new tab) wireless audio. The event took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, broadcast by NBC and shown on Peacock.
Those who attended the awards show were treated to spirited acts from artists who rely on Shure equipment to capture the audio of their live performances. Commanding the stage, Silk Sonic sang into an AD2/Beta 58A mic, Machine Gun Kelly rocked with a custom white ADX2/KSM9, Miranda Lambert and Elle King sported Axient Digital AD2 transmitters, and Megan Thee Stallion used her own finish metallic black custom Micro ADX2FD/K9B as centerpiece. Similarly, Becky G played with an ADX2/SM58, Maxwell depended on a chrome AD2/SM58, and Dan + Shay relied on AD2/SM58 and AD2/KSM9 respectively.
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Throughout the awards, the team of audio experts relied on Shure Axient Digital Wireless technology to deliver clear, reliable sound to audiences at the MGM Grand Garden Arena and those watching at home via broadcast and streaming. RF supervision was Soundtronics Stephen Vaughn.
“Shure’s support of these shows is invaluable and welcome. Having a choice of multiple custom colors and finishes at our fingertips allows us to offer artists on-the-spot choices,” shared Stephen, who relied on Shure Axient Digital to provide unparalleled frequency coordination on the toughest stages. most famous in the world. “I spend a lot of time monitoring the Quality Meter on Axient Digital receivers. This gives me fast and reliable RF signal strength information. This is crucial for me, both before and during a performance. For most broadcasts, we will use multiple transmitters on each channel. Using signal strength in conjunction with the Quality Meter, I know right away if we have more than one transmitter on.
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Design and coordination of the Billboard Music Awards wireless system was provided by Soundtronics and Clair/ATK. Tom Holmes served as the show’s production mixer, with support from the evening’s music mixers, Paul Sandweiss and Eric Schilling. Monitoring mixers Andres Arango and Tom Pesa have relied on the 12 channels of the advanced PSM 1000 in-ear personal monitoring system to deliver crystal-clear sound to the performers at the party. FOH production mixing was handled by Jeff Peterson, and FOH music mixing was overseen by Barry Warrick.
“Thanks to a top-notch team and a diverse group of top-notch artists, it was an honor to support and attend this year’s show,” said Ryan Smith, Regional Manager, Artist Relations Nashville. , from Shure. “We truly appreciate all artists who continually choose Shure for their performances.”