About

As electronic music producer Anoctave, Ian Hicks has licensed original tracks to [adult swim], Namco-Bandai Games, and the award-winning A Virus Named Tom.  His music is available on Soundcloud, Bandcamp, and production website.

Ian is Front of House engineer for The Glitch Mob, contributing to the worldwide tour supporting their new album Love Death Immortality.

He is also an Account Manager for PK Sound, a Canadian speaker manufacturer known for superior system design.

As a sound engineer based in San Francisco, he’s worked with music legends such as Skrillex, Maceo Parker, Souls of Mischief, and George Clinton.

 

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey, I am looking forward to your show in Darmstadt/Germany. Are you using the same equipment like in the States? I like your sidenotes and the tech talk about deep bass. My recommendation for this are the J-subs from d&b audiotechnik (J-sub & J-infra with D80 Amp) If you have the chance to try this out let me know …
    See your in Germany
    Oli

    • Hey Oli! Sorry for the delay, were you able to catch our show in Germany? We weren’t able to travel with our own PA for this run of Europe, hopefully the sound was still a great experience! I have used the D&B J-subs and J-infra, great sounding boxes! We recently played the mainstage at EDC, which was about 20 boxes of the J12 on a number of towers across the crowd.

      Have you been to any shows that had PK Sound? We are mostly in the US and Canada now, but aim to soon expand overseas.

      Glitch Mob will be returning to Germany soon for the festival circuit, theglitchmob.com contains our full tour schedule. If you’re in attendance come say hi!

      Thanks for reaching out!

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