Jill Scott Tour Photo Gallery

Jill Scott Photo Gallery


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Scott sings into a Neumann KMS 105. “Jill has a full stereo mix in her Future Sonics ear monitors,” says monitor engineer Jim Roach. Scott also has four wedges on two mixes: “The outer pair of wedges has a band mix, and the inner pair is just her voJill ScottJill ScottJill Scott
Bassist Dwayne “DW” WrightFront-of-house engineer Lorne Grabe (second to right, with, from left: monitor engineer Jim Roach, system tech John Gaczewski and monitor tech James Good) has been with Scott since her last European tour.Guitarist/music director Randy BowlandHorn mics include Neumann U89s on sax and trumpet, and Beyer M88 on trombone.Monitor engineer Jim Roach gets the most out of his Digidesign VENUE D-Show, using 52 inputs and 30 outputs feeding various hard-wired and wireless in-ears, wedges and FX.
Percussionist Aaron DraperBackground singers are on Neumann KMS 105s.Drum/percussion tech Detrick Lowman checks the set.According to keyboard/bass/guitar tech Corey Reeves, the guitar and bass players are the only performers who get their monitor mixes on wedges.



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