Headline DJ, Paul Oakenfold, recently commissioned Litestructures, in association with partners Pioneer and Anolis, to design and build a special touring DJ console. He was so pleased with the results that he agreed to a pre-tour test-drive of the final rig on the Litestructures stand at this year's PLASA show, before heading off to Wembley, where he began a heavy touring schedule with support action for the Madonna concert on 11th. September. The PLASA show's origins were rooted in DJ and discotheque equipment, and it was therefore particularly fitting that Paul should perform as part of Litestructures' 25th anniversary celebrations, highlighted at the show.
- Bespoke DJ Console for touring purposes
- Concept by Gareth Mallon - Litestructures Designer
- Design, manufacture, install by Litestructures
- Breaks down into manageable pieces
- One man build in 1 hour
- 3m wide - 1.2m deep and 1.5m high
- Fits 2 x 50 plasma screens at the front
- Made of ShopLite 3 and 4
- The console was used by Paul for his appearance at Wembley Stadium when he supports Madonna on Thursday 11th September.
Paul Oakenfold comments: "My future global touring schedule will include more and more large stadium shows, both with Madonna and my own Perfecto events. It made sense to custom design my own console for such high profile appearances. More importantly a console that is easily transported, can be adapted and expanded for any specific reason or occasion, and is visually appealing. I have been very impressed with the level of professional support and advice received from Litestructures/Pioneer/Anolis Lighting team, and I am delighted with the beautiful piece of staging technology that has been produced.