Brought together by Italian producer Francesca Volpini with the aim of presenting a new singing concept to the public, LE DIV4S combine famous opera highlights with timeless Italian and international songs. The ensemble made its debut with Andrea Bocelli in 2008 and have since gone on to perform in major venues all over the world.
The d:facto™ Vocal Microphones used for the concert in Baku were supplied by DPA's Italian distributor M. Casale Bauer. Zeta also used d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphones
to amplify the sound of the cellos and the double bass.
"I've been using d:vote™ Instrument Microphones for many years, especially on cello and double bass," he says. "I really like them because they are so small, light and easy to install. They come with a fabulous range of accessories and are not invasive, even on small instruments such as violins. In terms of sound, they bring out the true nature of an acoustic instrument and deliver the deep, full-bodied, true low end bass that you expect to hear."
LE DIV4S have a busy touring schedule lined up for the rest of 2015 and their DPA d:facto™ Vocal Microphones will be making the journey with them. Zeta is also using d:facto™ mics in his House of Jazz studio in Rome (www.casajazz.it) at various gigs he is engineering for other artists.