SHURE AXIENT, UHF-R & PSM1000 WIRELESS USED AT FINAL MONTY PYTHON SHOWS

Shure helps Python ring down the curtain & join the choir invisible

Graham Colley, RF Tech

…it's been great being able to monitor everything through the Wireless Workbench software. I'm pleased to say everything was rock solid!

About the UR1M:

UHF-R and Axient worked really well together — UHF-R's compact UR1M transmitter packs were perfect for the dancers — and it's been great being able to monitor everything through the Wireless Workbench software.

Graham Colley, RF Tech

This is an ex-Python. Bereft of life, it rests in peace, following the final sell-out Monty Python stage shows at the O2, which brought down the giant comedy foot with a resounding raspberry for the very last time on Sunday July 20th. 

 

Client Needs

Behind the scenes, the last-ever theatrical presentation of the Python team's sketchbook was a high-tech affair, making extensive use of Shure wireless microphone and in-ear monitoring technology to ensure that every llama, lumberjack, albatross, crunchy frog, and mention of spam and excrementally runny camembert could be heard clearly — particularly on the final night, which was broadcast live internationally.

 

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