The best-selling and award-winning Behringer X32 digital mixing console is the mixer of choice for mainstream pop-phenom, Daya, who is currently on tour in support of her eponymous EP. The 17-year old rising star took the music world by storm when she provided the vocals that propelled The Chainsmoker’s hit, Don’t Let Me Down to the No.3 spot on the U.S. Charts. The song has enjoyed similar success worldwide.
With 40-input channels, 25 buses, 32 fully programmable Midas-designed mic preamps, 32-channel bidirectional USB interface and Virtual FX rack with 8 high-end true-stereo FX slots – the X32 provides considerable versatility.
In addition to the X32 FOH console, the Daya tour uses an X32 Compact, X32 Rack and S16 Stage Boxes, which are all interconnected via the built-in AES50.
Audio engineer Corey Lynn Carter commented, “I needed something that would provide maximum functionality and flexibility for my ecosystem, and the X32 did just that! This system makes the band happy – and if they’re happy, I’m happy.”