Joining Roese on the "Whip It To Shreds" tour were FOH engineers Rod Nielsen (Blondie) and Paul David Hager (Devo), along with Devo monitor engineer Adam Beck-Slaten.
"You start with the sound of it, obviously," says Hager of the PRO6.
Another Midas feature that was a big hit with Paul David Hager
was the system's latency management system, which allowed him to seamlessly insert his
preferred effects rack.
Adding a Midas DL451 Modular I/O box to the rack enabled him to connect up to 24 streams of analog and digital signals via one Cat5 cable connected to one of the AES50 ports on the PRO6
"To do a proper Devo show, certain effects and devices are required," he