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Medialon Show Control for the new ride of hit comic series “One Piece” at Huis Ten Bosch Theme Park in Japan

Huis Ten Bosch is a theme park in Nagasaki Prefecture in Japan, which recreates a Dutch town. The spacious resort is suffused with a European atmosphere with its picturesque canals, iconic windmills, gardens and architecture.

Huis Ten Bosch houses various amusements and rides, including 3D technology theatres, a haunted house, a replica of the Domtoren (Dom Tower) of Utrech, a boat ride related to the hit comic series “One Piece” and a new indoor ride based on “One Piece” characters and story.

Tokyo-based TV & Event Lighting company, Fuji Lighting Technology’s Designer Junichi Nakahara and Kyushyu region-based Tatsuya Ifuku from Stage Lighting company Kyushyu Stage, selected Medialon Show Control system technology to be part of “One Piece – For the new World”, the new indoor ride at Huis Ten Bosch theme park.

The show programming was mainly made by Mr. Tatsuya Ifuku, and Mileruntech Co Ltd., Medialon’s products distributor in Japan, helped for the show programming, and also trained the staff on Medialon Control System.

Mileruntech Co Ltd. also designed a user-friendly Graphical User Interface for Huis Ten Bosch’s staff. The interface allows them to easily monitor the show remotely.

All the AV devices are controlled and synchronized thanks to one Medialon Showmaster PRO embedded show controller. The Showmaster PRO controls:
- 1x Medialon MAS PRO 32 channels audio server
- 1x BSS/BLU -800
- 3x BSS/BLU 160
- 3x Panasonic Projectors PTD-6000
- 1x NEC Projector
- 17x Media Players
- 2x DMX Recorder
- the ride lighting and shooting system control
- the rack power control

The Medialon MAS PRO 32 CobraNet channels audio server controls the audio tracks and effects.

“Mr. Junichi Nakahara and Mr. Tatsuya Ifuku felt that using Medialon was highly valued for real-time programming.”, declares Usami Kouichi, General Manager at Mileruntech Co. Ltd.

“They appreciated the fact they could use Showmaster Editor Software from anywhere in the attraction’s building, by using the Wifi and a laptop. It allowed them to make changes in their program and to test them in real time.”, adds Usami Kouichi.

Medialon’s ability to control a wide variety of products using Low Level Communicator (that allow to control any devices of your choice by easily creating your own serial, TCP/IP or Midi driver), even for non-standard brand of media players installed on the ride, was really reassuring for both programmers and designers’ of One Piece attraction.” , concludes Usami Kouichi.

“One Piece – For the New World” attraction ride was inaugurated in July 2012.

For further information, please visit:
www.huistenbosch.co.jp ; www.mileruntech.com ; www.medialon.com

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Barron Systems Achieves InfoComm International Emerald CAVSP Level Designation

LOCATION – Oct 5, 2012 – Barron Systems has qualified as an InfoComm International Emerald Certified AudioVisual Solutions Provider (CAVSP). This designation recognizes that at least 35 percent of all technical, sales and customer service staff must have and maintain general or advanced CTS certification. more

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StrandVision Digital Signage Software Adds Social Media to Employee Communications Networks

Supports employee recognition programs and keeps employees informed…

MENOMONIE, Wis. – Nov. 15, 2012 – StrandVision Digital Signage today introduced a new facility that enables administrators of its digital signage software to add and automatically update social media information sources, such as Facebook and Twitter, to their digital signage networks. This capability can be a valuable add-on for employee communication initiatives supplementing employee motivation and recognition programs and to keep staff up to date on developing local news.

Employee recognition/motivation – In addition to general social media sources, such as Facebook and Twitter, StrandVision digital signage also works with employee communications-specific sites like GiveAWow.com and Achievers.com. These sites allow supervisors and even employees to post comments, recognize employee achievements and some even have points that can be redeemed for rewards. These postings are automatically gathered by StrandVision digital signage cloud servers and displayed on the designated digital media player serving employee areas, such as break rooms, cafeterias, hallways and entrances.

Employee information – Another popular application takes advantage of the trend of organizations posting information to social media sites to keep the public up to date on breaking news. StrandVision customers are using the links to post up-to-the-minute public transit notices, such as delays and cancellations, local weather advisories and other developing local news of interest to their employees. These types of feeds were widely used by New York and New Jersey digital signage subscribers during and after Hurricane Sandy. The digital signage social media news gathering mechanism can also be used to automatically post local community news.

“This is yet another innovative use that takes advantage of the flexibility and capabilities of StrandVision Digital Signage,” commented Mike Strand, StrandVision founder and CEO. “Our strong offering in employee communication digital signage now extends to social media and best of all, once set up, administrators can just let it run. They can be confident that the latest employee recognition notices or commuter/community information is constantly available to employees.”

In order to connect to the social media feeds, administrators simply link to the social media’s content stream’s RSS feed. The RSS link is copied and pasted into a digital signage template on the customer’s cloud-based administrator portal on StrandVision’s Content Management System (CMS). Once set up, the page is added to the digital signage content page rotation and StrandVision servers monitor the information source every 15 to 60 minutes and automatically update and display the information to the designated digital media players across the StrandVision Digital Signage network. The new social media feature is another free digital signage capability that is available immediately to StrandVision electronic signage subscribers by logging in to their CMS portal at StrandVision.com.

About StrandVision
StrandVision LLC, based in Menomonie, Wis., delivers low-cost, Web-based digital signage software through a patented Software as a Service (SaaS) approach that delivers content to subscribers’ LCD flat panel screens, as well as computer screens, websites and mobile devices. StrandVision’s service distributes text and graphics pages, video content and national and local weather and news. It is ideal for many large and small business marketing applications, including medical and dental offices (patient education); banks, retailers and industrial distributors (video merchandising); education (student communication, staff and visitor information); employee break rooms (employee communication of events and benefits); nonprofit and religious organizations (member and supporter communication).

StrandVision also offers PC-2-TV.net, a fully digital, high-definition (HD) video extender to connect a computer to a television over long distances for use with digital signage and many other applications. StrandVision Digital Signage services and PC-2-TV.net are available directly from StrandVision and through registered affiliates and system integrators. Additional information about StrandVision Digital Signage is available at StrandVision.com, 715-235-7446 or by email.

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EDITORS – For further information:

Mike Strand
StrandVision
715-235-7446 X100
mjstrand@strandvision.com

Sandy McLaughlin
Soucy Communications Group
781-898-7305
smclaughlin@scg-pr.com

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Passion Pit Adds Clay Paky Alpha Spot QWO 800s to its Tour

Lighting designer Jason Rothberg has selected six Clay Paky Alpha Spot QWO 800 fixtures for the current tour of indietronica band Passion Pit. Atomic Lighting of Lititz, Pennsylvania supplied the lights, which are garnering raves from Rothberg on the road.

Passion Pit is continuing its national tour after releasing its second LP, “Gossamer.” More dates are planned for 2013.

“I’ve never toured with Clay Paky lights, but these have been fantastic,” Rothberg reports. “They’re different from other lights of this type. They are smaller and brighter, and the zoom is amazing. They can go from a super tight beam to a super fat beam in an instant. They’re brighter than anything else we’ve encountered.”

Rothberg, who is also the tour’s lighting programmer, had previous positive experiences with Clay Paky 700 fixtures but calls the 800 units “even better.” He’s deploying them in a V-shape in truss towers “like a pyramid. The rig wraps around the band – they like to be tight together.”

Clay Paky’s Alpha Spot QWO 800 uses the latest MSR Platinum lamp, an 800W light source that produces an intense sparkling light – brighter even than older 1200W lamps. The Alpha Spot QWO 800 is equipped with optical features placing it at the top of its class, including a very wide zoom range from 7.6º to 55º, a uniform beam distribution at all zoom angles and a unique Stay-Sharp-Zoom feature that locks images in focus while zooming. The fixture is small, lightweight, silent and has low power consumption making it an excellent tool for TV, theater, corporate events and many other demanding lighting applications.

Rothberg also praises the fixtures’ gobos, which offer “a lot of great looks. The focus zoom is awesome, too – in gobo you can zoom in and out and it stays in focus.”

The QWO 800s have been performing well on the road, he says. “We haven’t had any issues. I haven’t taken the spares out of the truck.”

A.C.T Lighting is the distributor for Clay Paky in North America.

Francesco Romagnoli, Clay Paky Area Manager for North and Latin America, comments, “We’re proud to see the QWO 800s have been embraced so quickly. I look forward to seeing the fixture on many more tours.”

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Paper Composed by Audio-Technica Personnel Receives Best Paper Award at AES Convention

Audio-Technica, a leading innovator in transducer technology currently celebrating “50 Years of Passionate Listening,” is proud to announce that the paper “On the Study of Ionic Microphones” and its writers were selected as the recipients of the “AES 133rd peer review paper award, signifying it as the “best paper of the show.” The paper, composed by Hiroshi Akino, Audio-Technica Corp., Japan, with Hirofumi Shimokawa, Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Japan, and Jackie Green and Tadashi Kikutani of Audio-Technica U.S., was presented at a juried paper session at the 133rd AES Convention in San Francisco, California.

Jackie Green stated, “We are honored and delighted to receive this recognition. Audio-Technica has been at the forefront of many technology paradigm shifts, yet historically we have published very little regarding our research. We look forward to taking a more active role in advancing the art and science of audio technology, and sharing this information with our distinguished peers.”

The paper encapsulates the following research: Diaphragm-less ionic loudspeakers using both low-temperature and high-temperature plasma methods have already been studied and developed for practical use. This study examined using similar methods to create a diaphragm-less ionic microphone. The paper reviews the experimental outcome of two ionic methods, and considerations given to resolve issues revealed by the study.

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Aphex® Expands 500 Series with New Modules

— New Parametric EQ, Optical Compressor and three new Mic Pre units join the acclaimed EX•BB 500™ in the series, forming a comprehensive line of signal processors —

Aphex®, a leader in audio enhancement technology for more than 35 years, has recently debuted its new 500 Series modules. The 500 Series now includes six models: J PRE 500 Mic Pre; EQF 500 Parametric Equalizer; DUAL RPA 500 Mic Pre; A PRE 500 Mic Pre; the COMP 500 Optical Compressor; and the acclaimed, previously unveiled EX•BB 500 Aural Exciter/Big Bottom module. All benefit from the portable and convenient 500 Series format and legendary Aphex sound.

The J PRE 500 mic pre is inspired by the flagship Aphex 1788A remote controlled preamp. They both have the same Jensen JT11K8 nickel input Transformer and Aphex patented Mic Limiter technology. Designed to provide no-compromise audio quality in the convenient 500 series format, the J PRE 500 also features a Jensen JT-11DL nickel output-balancing transformer.

The EQF 500 reissue is a modern take on the classic Aphex EQF-2 500 series three-band equalizer, originally introduced in the 1980s. With a Jensen output balancing transformer and 25Hz to 20kHz operation, the EQF 500 is extremely versatile and will make any program material shine while being punchy and quiet.

The DUAL RPA 500 mic pre is a two-channel solid state/tube hybrid preamp. The solid-state front end provides a fast transient response while the tube back end provides warmth and punch. The DUAL RPA 500 also has the Aphex patented Mic Limiter technology for “no second take” recording.

The A PRE 500 mic pre is inspired by the popular Aphex 188 eight-channel preamp. They both use a custom designed Aphex input Transformer. Like the 188, the A PRE 500 also features a Jensen JT-11DL nickel output balancing transformer. The A PRE 500 is extremely clear sounding yet musical.

The new COMP 500 module is an optical compressor. It features an electronically balanced input and uses a Jensen JT-11DL nickel output balancing transformer. The optocoupler was specified to be as fast as possible and, is produced exclusively for Aphex. The OC-500 features stereo linking, and provides all the transparency of an optical compressor with the flexibility to get aggressive compression when needed.

The EX•BB 500 is a mono, 500 Series module version of the popular Aphex Aural Exciter and Optical Big Bottom processors. Each processor has a dedicated, lighted enable button.

“The expansion of our 500 Series with these five new modules further illustrates Aphex’s commitment to providing a comprehensive range of digital signal processors,” stated Rick McClendon, Aphex’s General Manager. “The addition of three new mic pre’s, a parametric EQ and an optical compressor, which join our highly successful EX•BB 500 Aural Exciter/Big Bottom module, offers audio professionals a wider palette of processing options.”

Aphex CEO David Wiener was excited to add, “Remember that our Aphex technologies and products have been used by major artists, engineers and producers through popular music history, from Paul McCartney and Pink Floyd, to today’s Grammy®s, Oscar®s, and the upcoming Soul Train Awards. Aphex has had a huge impact and now, with our new 500 Series, we’re making these powerful tools available to pros and the new talent coming into the audio and entertainment industry. It’s really exciting to see our tech become small, portable and accessible to everyone.”

Pricing:

J PRE 500 $749 U.S. MSRP
EQF 500 $629 U.S. MSRP
DUAL RPA 500 $999 U.S. MSRP
A PRE 500 $629 U.S. MSRP
COMP 500 $629 U.S. MSRP
EX•BB 500 $299 U.S. MSRP

For more information please visit http://www.aphex.com.

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Genelec Active Monitors Keep the Sound Reliable in M3’s (Music Mix Mobile’s) Remote Facility Trucks

— The most advanced remote recording facilities for music and live broadcast continue to depend on Genelec Smart Active Monitors —

NATICK, MA, November 13, 2012 — Genelec, the world’s longstanding pioneer in active monitoring, is pleased to have M3 (Music Mix Mobile), a New Jersey/California-based remote facilities company combining the talents of award-winning production professionals and state-of-the-art audio solutions, as a continued loyal user. Aside from the company’s more conventional clients, which include The GRAMMY®s, The Latin GRAMMY®s, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Colbert Report, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’s live broadcast from the University of North Carolina, and the upcoming 2012 CMA Awards broadcast, among many others, M3 has recently been putting their Genelecs to good use mixing live 5.1 surround sound for broadcast for challenging, high-energy events.

In particular, two recent jobs for AXS.tv – a new brand combining the tools of AEG Live and AXS (formerly HDnet) – allowed M3 to utilize their full Genelec 5.1 systems, which consist of 8200 Series Active Monitors and 7200 Series subwoofer.

On Sunday, September 9, 2012, at the Home Depot Center in Los Angeles, a double bill of Linkin Park and Incubus brought their unique brands of rock to the stage, and M3 was there to capture the performance for broadcast. In M3’s California-based Horizon truck, Broadcast Mixer Jay Vicari was in charge, carefully mixing the audio for a TV special in 5.1. “Linkin Park’s engineer Ethan Mates was with us in the truck during broadcast, and he was very happy. We’ve worked with him before, and he’s always impressed with our work and the Genelec system,” noted M3 Co-Founder and Chief Engineer Joel Singer.

Weeks later, on Tuesday, September 25, 2012, at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, New Jersey, M3 was on site with their East Coast-based Voyager truck to capture and broadcast the 5.1 audio for Joe Jackson and The Bigger Band featuring Regina Carter. John Harris served as Broadcast Music Engineer for this performance.

“The consistency of sound is very important – that is why we standardize our operations and have the same monitors in each of our three trucks and flight pack systems. We rely on Genelecs because they simply provide a world-class monitoring environment, not only for our lead mixers John Harris and Jay Vicari to reference during recording and broadcast, but for the artists, producers and managers that we work with. With Genelecs, ear fatigue is non-existent, and they deliver uncolored, accurate sound, providing us with the security of knowing exactly what we’re hearing on the night of the broadcast.”

The Genelec 8200 Series Bi-Amplified Active Monitors employ the company’s proprietary Smart Active Monitor (SAM) concept, which includes, GLM™ (Genelec Loudspeaker Manager software) and AutoCal™ (Automated Calibration software) technologies, which together create a self-calibrating monitoring solution that both guarantees accurate audio and ensures a steady-paced workflow. These products and technologies reflect Genelec’s recently introduced SAM concept, which allows monitors to be controlled with digital networking to enable the building of highly flexible computer-controlled systems of monitors.

For more information, please visit www.genelecusa.com.

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GC Pro Helps Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s Fine Arts Center Upgrade Their Lighting

— Lighting products from brands including Martin, Elation and Lightronics are part of a large upgrade package sourced by GC Pro that will help keep this theater a versatile hub for the community and the state —

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA, November 13, 2012 — Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s Fine Arts Center has become one of the cultural hubs of the region around Oklahoma City. Intended primarily for the support of university-sponsored activities, the auditorium is designed to serve not only as an instructional facility, but also as a cultural center for the development of quality activities for Western Oklahoma, providing, as its mission statement proclaims, “…diversity in cultural experiences, and developing awareness of and appreciation for the rich cultural heritage of the region.” But the Center’s lighting grew less-than-adequate over the years, failing to keep pace with the changes in lighting technology, such as the introduction of LED light fixtures over the last decade. However, that situation has been entirely remedied, thanks to new equipment and technologies sourced by Guitar Center Professional (GC Pro), the outside sales division of Guitar Center that focuses on the needs of professional users.

Among the new systems purchased by the University from GC Pro are an MA grandMA2 ultra-light lighting console, 20 Martin Stagebar 2 Long RGBW fixtures, 12 Elation Platinum Wash ZFX PRO fixtures, three Lightronics AC-1109 8-scene push-button scene remote stations, eight Lightronics RA-122 12-channel 2400-watt dimmers, and a Tripp-Lite SR42UB Smart Rack. It’s a lighting systems array that will light up the Center’s performances, which range from the school’s ballet and dance companies to touring theatrical productions and other performance arts. “The old lighting systems just bit the dust,” says Kyle Bartel, Director of the Fine Arts Center. “It was time to upgrade, and GC Pro had what we needed.”

David Almanza, Sales at GC Pro’s office in Oklahoma City, says the Center’s wish list included a new grandMA console, which several regional suppliers simply couldn’t source in time for the University’s needs, with new shows scheduled for the start of the new school year. Almanza called dozens of vendors around the country, seeking both availability and price. And the console was originally supposed to take weeks if not months to get. “We had one on the way here in less then a week,” he says. The same applied to other products. For instance, the manufacturer said that Elation’s moving-head fixtures were back-ordered for as much as two months, but Almanza was able to call on his supply chain to get them delivered within two days. “GC Pro has huge resources,” he explains. “That results not only in competitive pricing but also the ability to obtain a breadth of products that is second to none. That’s why customers come to us and stay with us.”

For more information, please visit www.gcpro.com.

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Bose® RoomMatch® Sound System Allows The New Gymnasium At Webster City High School To Host Sporting Events As Well As Live Concerts

Bose RoomMatch® RM12060 modules are the backbone of a system that also includes Bose PowerMatch® PM8500 power amplifiers, RoomMatch RMS215 subwoofer modules and a Bose ControlSpace® ESP-00 processor

Framingham, Massachusetts, November 13, 2012 – Can you make a gymnasium sound like a concert hall? That’s what Electronic Sound Company (ESC), a Des Moines, Iowa AV systems integrator, was able to do at the newly constructed gym at Webster City High School, thanks to the RoomMatch® RM12060 array module from Bose® Professional Systems Division. ESC chose Bose Professional components as part of their sound and acoustics strategy for the new gymnasium, including eight RoomMatch RM12060 array modules, three Bose PowerMatch® PM8500 configurable professional power amplifiers, two RoomMatch RMS215 subwoofer modules, and a Bose ControlSpace® ESP-00 processor. This system, along with acoustical treatment design, also by ESC, allowed the high school to move an upcoming fundraiser concert by Iowa-born operatic basso-baritone vocalist Simon Estes from the school’s auditorium, which seats only 650, to the new gymnasium, which can seat up to 2,500.

“RoomMatch is the best speaker that I have ever used for control over the sound,” proclaims Al Osborn, CEO of ESC. “It is a highly controllable speaker. In this situation, we needed to keep the sound away from very specific parts of the room, such as the lower parts of the walls, because as a gym we couldn’t put acoustical treatment materials on the first 16 feet of the wall height. So we had to have a sound system that was precisely controllable and highly directional. That system includes Bose RoomMatch array module loudspeakers.”

Osborn also has praise for the Bose ControlSpace ESP-00 processor, which is used on this project as both a DSP processor and a router. The ControlSpace ESP engineered sound processor provides control and audio processing in a single, expandable unit and offers eight expansion card slots accommodating a range of input/output options, including control via RS-232 and serial over IP, analog audio, AES-3, Dolby Digital®, DTS® and PCM digital stream formats, as well as CobraNet® network audio. The ControlSpace ESP-00 features an asymmetrical I/O matrix capability where up to 64 digital channels or 32 analog channels can be routed and processed, a function that Osborn used to allow the sound system to operate in specific zones as needed. This further helps control the sound energy in the room, supporting the intelligibility of the sound, by minimizing reverberation.

And finally, the two RoomMatch RMS215 subwoofer modules that Osborn incorporated into the system design play a very special role at Webster City High – the school’s sports mascot, a lynx, needed its own sound effect for games played in the gym. Osborn found a recording of what he called “an appropriately angry lynx” that provided the full-throated roar the school was looking for. “The two RoomMatch RMS215 subwoofers are just what they needed to get that extra level of excitement across,” he says. From opera to wild lynxes, the Bose RoomMatch sound system offers everything you need for a wide range of applications.

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Audio-Technica Unveils New System 10 Digital Wireless System

— Operating in the 2.4 GHz range, System 10 avoids TV and DTV interference, offering a cost-effective, high-fidelity wireless solution for houses of worship, musicians/hobbyists, karaoke, corporate applications and more —

STOW, OH, November 13, 2012 — Audio-Technica, a leading innovator in transducer technology currently celebrating “50 Years of Passionate Listening,” recently debuted its new high-fidelity System 10 2.4 GHz Digital Wireless. Perfect for a wide range of applications – houses of worship, singers and guitar players (hobbyist to professional), karaoke, corporate/presentation etc. – the System 10 wireless offers reliability and ease of use at an economical price point, along with features and functions comparable to those of systems costing thousands of dollars more.

Operating in the 2.4 GHz range, immune to TV and DTV interference, System 10 makes frequency hunting a thing of the past. System 10 offers amazingly accurate sound and extremely easy operation with instantaneous channel selection, sync and set-up. Up to eight channels may be used together without any frequency coordination problems or group selection issues. System 10 receivers and transmitters offer an easy-to-read digital ID display.

System 10 wireless ensures clear communications by providing three levels of diversity assurance: frequency, time, and space. Frequency Diversity sends the signal on two dynamically allocated frequencies for interference-free communication. Time Diversity sends the signal in multiple time slots to maximize immunity to multipath interference. Finally, Space Diversity uses two antennas on each transmitter and receiver to maximize signal integrity.

The single-channel System 10 includes the ATW-R1100 single-channel receiver and either a body-pack transmitter or handheld microphone/transmitter. The ATW-R1100 is a diversity digital receiver offering volume control along with AF Peak and Pair indicator lights.

Multiple system configurations are available, with handheld vocal microphone/transmitters and UniPak® body-pack transmitters designed for use with lavalier, headworn and instrument microphones as well as electric guitars.

System 10 Products:

ATW-1101 UniPak® Transmitter System $489.95
ATW-1101/G Guitar System $524.95
ATW-1101/H Headworn Microphone System $614.95
ATW-1101/H92 Miniature Headworn Microphone System $664.95
ATW-1101/H92TH Miniature (beige) Headworn Microphone System $664.95
ATW-1101/L Lavalier Microphone System $614.95
ATW-1102 Handheld Microphone System $524.95

Audio-Technica’s System 10 packages will be available November 2012. For more information, please visit www.audio-technica.com.

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