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Behind the scenes at Eurovision with audio students

Published May 12, 2016

Eurovision Song Contest isn't only about outlandish costumes and fog machines. Ultimately it comes down to the music.

In this video, two KTH students go behind the scenes at the Globe arena to talk audio technology and production with Oskar Johansson, the head of sound for this week's big event.

Disa Gillner, a student in media technology, and Isak Nilsson, a student in sound and music computing, find out what it takes to make 28 consecutive performers sound their best during a live worldwide broadcast inside a dome-shaped arena, and why you won't see a mic drop at Eurovision.

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