Recent Projects:

We have recently had the opportunity to design and supply audio solutions for some of the most interesting conference events in the UK, Europe and further afield, working with some of the biggest brands in the world. A few of which are featured below alongside a few of our less advertised, but well loved music and theatre projects. Shows we've been busy with so far this year also include designing and supplying kit for a large event at the LG Arena - using Meyer Milo, roadshows and smaller shows for banks, and household brands in the UK and worldwide, with crew in Nice, Cannes, Ghana, Berlin, Venice.

Beauty and the Beast

The second Redken European Symposium provided three days of inspirational shows and industry master classes, and was hosted for the very first time in London at Olympia. Audio Alliance provided a large Alcons loudspeaker system, Yamaha CL consoles, Sennheiser 3000 series radios, for the impressive shows and artist Sky Ferreira. Production manager Marc Lewis commented 'you guys put on an amazing show, and for that I am eternally grateful'.


We designed and supplied equipment for a large event for a large retail client at the ACC in Liverpool. Daytime events in multiple spaces concluded with a large gala dinner in the arena. We supplied a huge array of radio microphones, loudspeakers and mixing consoles, all networked using DANTE. The evening entertainment concluded with Jools Holland and his band.

For the sixth year we had the pleasure of working with Constellation Worldwide on the RTS Awards at the Hilton in Manchester. This star studded night is always filled with fun and scandal. We designed a system to keep sight lines clear yet keeping imaging and level consistent throughout the room. A great night was had by all, finished off with DJ Dave Haslam keeping the dance floor full till 2am!

Audio Alliance were proud to work with Rapport events on this innovative show, voted 'Best Conference' at the UK events awards. Oliver designed a single system, with a three way signal split, all connected using Dante and a large delay matrix and based around Yamaha DME64's. The show featured an innovative representation of travel through time from the past through the present to the future along an extended catwalk, the final impression for the delegates was facilitated by flawless audio localised to follow the presenters along their journey and across the room.

We were pleased to be asked to provide the sound design and equipment for a theatrical evening event at the beautiful Louvre in Paris. Using Alcons RR12 loudspeakers as part of the system design enabled us to deliver crystal clear sound in this acoustically challenging but beautiful environment. Our high profile client were suitably impressed with Oliver's design and our execution.

Neil Hughes designed and project managed this event around four carefully aligned hangs of Alcons Audio line array for the central stage and two hangs of Meyer Mica Line array for the end on stage. Control was all based around a Yamaha CL Series consoles and with over 12 playback sources, 24 channels of radio mics and a band to mix. Many positive comments have been received amazed at the quality of audio possible in this ex-train station renowned for it's acoustic challenges.