The Detroit-based company has expanded its use of the RIVAGE PM7 over the past few years, recently purchasing units to add to its permanent inventory.
"This console fits every market niche," said Greg Snyder, Vice President of Thunder Audio. "It's becoming accepted worldwide, as more engineers around the world get a chance to work on it. The PM7 handles diversity so well and smoothly."
The company has one of its RIVAGE PM7s on a fall tour with Modest Mouse and another recently finished supporting Tony Bennett, just to name a few of its projects. But one of Thunder Audio's biggest engagements was last month's Detroit Jazz Festival, one of the world's largest, free international jazz festivals.
This was Thunder Audio's fifth consecutive year supporting the festival and for the 2019 event, the company used a set of RIVAGE PM consoles for FOH and monitors on the main Carhartt Amphitheater Stage.