Casey Inlet – Wall of Rock, Lossiemouth, September 2014

Casey Inlet are a young class act that hail from the town of Lossiemouth in Moray. It’s almost impossible to distinguish the difference between covers and their original tracks and is a real testament to their song writing ability. Scottish Indie rock at it’s finest and EatAudio has always been delighted to work with them.

These guys were playing behind a 15KW system at the Wall of Rock festival in Lossiemouth in September 2014, with 10KW of sub bass and 5 KW of mid/high speaker cabinets. Front of house desk was a Soundcraft GB8-40, and the monitor desk was a Soundcraft LX7ii-32. Two Allen & Heath ICE-16 recorders were being used. Microphones used were Audix on drums (D6 kick, i5 snare, D4 floor tom, D2 rack toms, ADX51 overheads, f9 hi-hats), Sennheiser EW135 G3 wireless on vocals, and Shure SM57 on instruments. The light show used was the full EatAudio, with over 100 DMX lights being controlled via Windows based software.