These live webstreams are still a little different for me to run audio for since I have a headset on to hear the Producer and I am using my Fostex 6301B speaker to monitor the live mix. Normally I have the mix in headphones and that is the only thing I am focused on.
Three Sennheiser HMD-26s for the headsets ringside with Daltec talkback boxes. These boxes give us a main out to my Mackie 1642 mixer, a Talkback to the Producer, and an IFB from the Producer to the talent. In addition to the two talent mics and the spare, I also had a shotgun mic mounted on both of the ringside cameras, as well as one mounted on the fourth camera for crowd noise.
The ringside bell was right next to our PxP announcer, so I didn’t need an extra mic there. We also had a pair of Shure wireless mics and Lectrosonics wireless IFB for the Ring Announcer. I am so glad we had a second wireless mic as the first one began cutting out about halfway through the evening, even after fresh batteries. There must have been something causing RFI that was not there when we did our testing earlier in the day.
After all the mic inputs into my mixer, the only extra input was from my iPad mini where I use the SoundCue app to play theme music out of. Coming out of my mixer, right channel feeds my Fostex speaker for monitoring, the left output feeds into a compressor to bring the levels down evenly to be fed into the Tricaster 450 for streaming.
The LiveText software we had running was a little(!) buggy and kept crashing during the show. Thanks to @Meyghan_Ashlee for keeping it together with duct tape and bailing wire on the graphics!
Announcers were Michael Carotenuto and James Myhre.