The original inspiration came as a result of DJ Paul Oakenfold’s request for a performance platform for his support slots on Madonna’s ‘Sticky & Sweet’ tour. He approached dance music industry colleague Nick McGeachin who turned to creative aluminium structures specialists Litestructures to help bring the idea to life. Together they developed a one-off portable DJ booth for the tours and then, following enquires from mobile DJs looking for something similar, added a standard off-the-shelf product to the Litestructures inventory. The LiteConsole was born!
Not content to sit back and bask in their achievement, Nick and the team listened to feedback from DJs and adjusted their original design to meet the needs of DJs on the road even more closely. The result of this process was the introduction of the LiteConsole MK2, followed more recently by the LiteConsole XPRS. New additions to the LiteConsole product range are in the pipeline. Watch this space!