Renters wear the Peex rX device around their necks and can create their own personal sound mix. (Courtesy Peex) Amsterdam arena is first to stock wearable sound mix devices to rent to fans Tech startup Peex, which promises to personalize the live music experience by allowing fans to control their own five-channel mix of concert sound, announced a partnership with the 17,000-capacity Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. Peex’s rX is a wearable mixing tool with earbuds attached. Fans who rent one can mix the sound using a mobile app. Elton John became the first artist to take Peex on tour, albeit only on select dates. The first Peex-powered concerts at the Ziggo Dome will be the June 8 and June 17 concerts by John. The Ziggo Dome becomes the first venue to partner with Peex and keep a stash of the rX devices on site, more than 1,300 to be specific,… Continue Reading Peex Partners With Ziggo Dome

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