Clayton Hutson and his Live Sound Engineering Adventures

Clayton Hutson, the leading production manager cum live sound engineer, has some highest reputation by collaborating with many prominent artists and helping them to ensure the finest sound experience for their stage shows and events. He is known for offering a wide range of services in the performance industry including stage management, rigging, monitor engineering, production design, logistics management, show production, and production management. All of the services of Hutson are highly economical, and he wants to ensure that the services are offering full of delight and surprises. A large number of people approach him for tailored music programs and music production jobs based on their needs.

 

 

With his decades of expertise in sound engineering, Hutson often gets chances to use new sound engineering consoles that are introduced in the market. Interestingly, people across the world look for his thoughts and insights about every new console. Even various companies approach him to know his opinion about their products. When DiGiCo introduced its console SD11, Hutson was one of the few people who got the first-hand experience on it. With many years of experience in using various consoles of DiGiCo, he accurately identified the characteristics of SD11 quite easily. Though artists consider new consoles as potential risks, Hutson was overjoyed after using SD11 and confirmed that it worked fantastically.

 

 

Since then, he became a supporter of DiGiCo consoles. Hutson had also used the other consoles of DiGiCo including SD5, SD7, SD8, and more. His journey with DiGiCo began in the early 2000s and confirms that SD11 is a significantly superior sound engineering console. According to him, the 19” console is the smallest from DiGiCo and highly economical considering its price. It employs a compact mixing system and comes with added features to make its services highly unique. Interestingly, Hutson was using the console while he was collaborating with Aaron Lewis for a tour program as he was not able to carry his own console due to varied travel modes. Learn more:  https://www.crunchbase.com/person/clayton-hutson-1a2e

 

 

Clayton Hutson is also a fan of VER, a leading rental servicing firm in the entertainment ecosystem. The service provider offers video, audio, lighting, camera, LED, media servers, fiber, rigging, and more. According to Hutson, the solutions of VER are the perfect bet for mesmerizing events. He also keeps greater words for Kinesys Elevation +1 systems and confirms that it is simply brilliant. Hutson thinks that the movements of the system is precise and repeatable, allows accurate speaks, and makes greater execution.

 

 

The Chainsmokers Discuss “Sick Boy” with Forbes

The Chainsmokers are the hit production duo responsible for the summer anthem of 2016, “Closer”. The group’s resume also includes hit songs such as “Paris” and “Don’t Let Me Down.”

 

Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall have now chosen to reinvent their sound. The Chainsmokers have proven that they can churn out hit after hit for the party scene on a consistent basis. They have now moved their music to a darker mood. Their newest song “Sick Boy” contains politically motivated lyrics that are amplified by heavy drums and chilling piano. The song shows variety and that the band is capable of making music on a wide emotional spectrum.

 

Recently, the duo sat down with Forbes magazine for a short interview about their new song.

 

Drew Taggart, who performed vocals on “Closer,” when asked about how the song came to be created said that their label was really open to a new sound. Taggart explains how their record label has very loose rules on how they release their music. The band went from releasing a song every month to their recent nine-month hiatus. (More about Chainsmokers on Beatport: The Chainsmokers)

 

Taggart cited the reason for the darker tone of the song is the changing mood of American society and the interviewer pressed him for more information on the subject. The Chainsmokers producer and vocalist said it was simply frustration. Taggart was frustrated with the public and how their perception of you, which isn’t entirely accurate, will eventually change you. The windows that can be opened into our lives with social media can only open so wide. The Chainsmokers are attempting to use their music to open them a little wider.

 

“We are all trying to relate to one another.”, Taggart says.

 

Taggart says the “Sick Boy” will not be the last song they hear from him with such dark tones. “We’re going to keep them coming,” he begins “[But] music moves so fast now…We want to do something different.”

 

The interviewer finished up the questions by asking what other producers they may be working with in the future, but Alex Pall wouldn’t corroborate. Read This Article for additional information.