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Freeman Coliseum Finds Its Sonic Focus With L-ACOUSTICS

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Originally built in 1949, San Antonio’s Freeman Coliseum has hosted everything from rodeos, boxing and hockey to expositions, circuses and concerts over the years. Now, Bexar County and the facility’s management team are in the middle of a multi-year initiative to update the venue, the most recent phase of which included the addition of a new ARCS Focus arena loudspeaker system installed by L-ACOUSTICS Certified Provider LD Systems. more

Location Sound Corp. Presents The Most Awesome 50 Days of Audio Gear Giveaways Ever

Enter to win some serious audio gear!

North Hollywood, CA (June 25, 2013)
– Location Sound is celebrating the launch of their redesigned website with one of the largest and longest giveaways in the audio industry yet. The name fits the occasion: The giveaway will start on July 15 and last for 50 full days. The Location Sound team secured what can only be described as the most awesome loot of audio gear audio professionals have ever laid eyes on.

LocationSound.com has started to accept entries at http://www.locationsound.com/most-awesome-audio-gear-giveaway. They will continue to do so until September 23, 2013, the last day of the giveaway. The first winner will be selected on July 15, 2013 from the pool of entries accumulated up to that point. The first prize is a Lectrosonics UCR411A/UM400A Wireless System with a retail value of $2,940. Winner will be announced the following day, July 16, and the prize for this day will change. The giveaway will follow this pattern until the end, and customers can see the new prize when they come back to LocationSound.com. A complete prize list is accessible at http://www.locationsound.com/most-awesome-audio-gear-giveaway-prize-list. Some of the giveaway gear customers can win include Sound Devices’ 664, PSC’s PowerStar Life, Sanken’s CS-3E, Audio-Technica’s BP4073, and more.

Customers can enter up to three times a day. Bonus entries are made possible if a customer, AFTER completing the entry form, uses the Twitter “share” button to tweet the giveaway (must have Twitter account to do this). With this option, one person can potentially have up to 6 entries each day. Once a customer wins, however, they will no longer be eligible for the other prizes.

The giveaway is open to all legal residents of the United States, 18 years of age or older, excluding residents of Florida, New York, Puerto Rico and all other U.S. territories. For the complete Official Rules, go to http://www.locationsound.com/most-awesome-audio-gear-giveaway-official-rules.

About Location Sound Corporation
Location Sound Corp. opened its doors in January of 1977 with a mission to be the one-stop facility for production sound mixers for all their sales, rental, and equipment service needs. More than 36 years later, the client roster now also includes production companies, broadcast companies, law enforcement and private security firms, universities, houses of worship, government agencies, and more. Location Sound is known for its excellent customer service and unparalleled depth of inventory: No matter the industry, Location Sound will get anyone the sound equipment for their critical sound recording needs, while providing unmatched support services before and after the sale. For more information, please visit www.locationsound.com

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Martina McConnon
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A RISING STAR: DATATON SCOOPS FOUR AWARDS AT INFOCOMM 13

Dataton was recognized by the industry for its unrivalled excellence in multi-image display. The company received four innovation and project awards at InfoComm 13, the largest annual event for the international audiovisual and electronic communications industry.

Dataton WATCHOUT™ wins Best Show Control category of 2013 Rental and Staging Awards

WATCHOUT version 5.5 launched at InfoComm 13

WATCHOUT multi-image display and presentation software won the Best Show Control category of the 2013 Rental and Staging Awards. InfoComm 13 was also the platform where Dataton launched the latest WATCHOUT software version 5.5. New features include hardware-assisted synchronization, frame blending, display computer and cluster naming and web image display.

WATCHPAX™ wins Media Server category of 2013 Commercial Integrator BEST Awards

Lars Sandlund, COO, Dataton; Tom Le Blanc, Editor in Chief, Commercial Integrator Magazine; Molly Davis, Business & Marketing Manager, Show Sage; and, Jim Testa, President, Show Sage

The big new product for Dataton in 2013 is the WATCHPAX solid-state media server, which made its InfoComm 13 debut as well as taking the Media Server Category of the 2013 Commercial Integrator BEST Awards. The award was received by Dataton’s Lars Sandlund together with Jim Testa and Molly Davis, representing Show Sage, the Dataton Premium Partner in North America.

WATCHPAX combines all the show-timeline, control and image-manipulation of the company’s successful Dataton WATCHOUT™ software with a compact, embedded computer. WATCHPAX can be used in information points or to drive content in kiosks in corporate showrooms, digital signage and visitor center applications.

Double award win for The View from The Shard project

Adam Goldstein, Publisher, Newbay Media; Lars Sandlund, COO, Datataton and David Willrich, CEO, DJ Willrich

The View from The Shard won the 2013 PRO AV Award in the Best Museum AV Project category and 2013 AV Technology Award for Most Innovative Rich Media Data Management System.

The View from The Shard project utilizes Dataton WATCHOUT multi-image display and presentation software across the new attraction’s pre-show area, ticketing and signage systems.

The winning project was jointly submitted into the awards program by Dataton, DJ Willrich, Event Communications, Mirage Associates and The View from The Shard.

In addition, The View from The Shard project was shortlisted for a People’s Choice Award during InfoComm 13.

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Lars Sandlund, Chief Operations Officer, Dataton

In speaking about the success of receiving four awards, Lars Sandlund, Chief Operations Officer at Dataton says: “Dataton is gaining tremendous momentum as the premium provider of multi-image display technologies that are changing the way the world sees and interacts with video.

“These awards are not only testament to our innovation but they are also recognition of the excellence of our valued partner and customer ecosystem.”


UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA GOLDEN GOPHERS ENJOY NEW LOCKER ROOM SOUND SYSTEM WITH SYMETRIX JUPITER 4 APP BASED TURN-KEY DSP

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA – JUNE 2013: Four years ago, the University of Minnesota’s Golden Gophers men’s football team moved into the TCF Bank Stadium, a brand new, on-campus football stadium that seats 51,000. Around the same time, the completion of a new athletic facility, the Gibson-Nagurski Football Complex, provided a new home for the team, its coaches, and its support staff. After a few years settling in, the team requested improvements to the audio playback system in the complex’ locker room, where the players often hang out between classes and practices. Alpha Video & Audio of nearby Edina, Minnesota designed and installed a cost-effective, new system centered on the powerful, but easy to use, Symetrix Jupiter 4 app based turn-key DSP.

“The school was revamping the locker room and wanted the improvements completed in time for recruiting season,” said Darren Whitten, account representative for Alpha Video Sports and Entertainment. “The existing flat panels and the sound system were underperforming, in part because the system had no subwoofers and in part because the players had blown some of the components by driving it too hard. Also, the system regularly disturbed the coaches and other personnel in the adjoining offices. So they wanted a system that sounded better but that was also limited so that no one nearby would be disturbed.”

The new audio system starts with two iPod docks, a DirecTV input, and a cable input. Those feed the four inputs on the Symetrix Jupiter 4 DSP, which uses the freely-downloaded “Sound Reinforcement 5” app to provide modest input conditioning, hard limiting to keep the volume in check, and user control. Three Lab.gruppen E4:2 amplifiers and three Lab.gruppen E12:2 amplifiers power a distributed array of Tannoy Di8 DC full-range loudspeakers and Tannoy VS10 BP subwoofers. Flat screen TVs deliver clear visual content throughout the locker room.

A Symetrix ARC-2e wall panel remote located in the locker room gives the players intuitive control of the input source and volume. A second ARC-2e located in the coach’s office gives him override control of the system. When they installed the system, Alpha Video & Audio tested various volume selections and dialed in the limiting so that no one would be disturbed by the players’ music. However, the university’s A/V staff expressed interest in being able to make adjustments on their own. “The Symetrix Jupiter 4 DSP is very easy to set up and very easy to adjust,” said Brad Horbal of Bormann Marketing, Inc., the local Symetrix rep. “I knew the school A/V staff would be able to get into the program and make adjustments without a problem.”

Now that the men’s football team has a clean, updated sound system for its locker room, other University of Minnesota teams, including volleyball, gymnastics, and hockey, are contacting Alpha Video & Audio to get updated systems of their own!

ABOUT SYMETRIX Symetrix engineers high-end professional audio solutions, specializing in DSP hardware and software. Symetrix products are distributed worldwide, and designed and manufactured in the U.S. at the Seattle area headquarters. Since 1976, customers have enjoyed the benefits of Symetrix independent ownership and management. For more information on Symetrix professional audio products, please visit www.symetrix.co or call +1 (425) 778-7728.

ASHLY AUDIO PROCESSING AND AMPLIFICATION MAXIMIZE VALUE FOR NEW CHRIST BAPTIST CHURCH SANCTUARY

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA – JUNE 2013: Christ Baptist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina branched off of nearby Providence Baptist Church. For many years, Christ Baptist used a converted office building as their worship center until funds could be raised to build a sanctuary that would serve the needs of the fledgling church for decades to come. That time arrived recently, and now Christ Baptist Church has a 1,200-seat sanctuary with a 150-seat choir. A/V integration firm Provision Audio/Video Services of Rolesville, North Carolina designed and installed a first-rate sound reinforcement system for the new sanctuary, relying on Ashly Audio amplifiers and processing, along with a custom Ashly GUI to give the church reliable, high-performance audio for the long haul.

“Christ Baptist Church is a very traditional Baptist church,” said John Linden, managing owner of Provision AVS. “Their music is primarily orchestral and choral with a sixteen voice organ. The church wanted an appropriate acoustic space to support their worship style.” A digital snake from the stage feeds a DiGiCo SD9 digital console at FOH. The main sound reinforcement system is comprised of a pair of Renkus Heinz ICLive-Dual steerable column arrays. Two Danley TH-212 subwoofers provide deep low-end support while simultaneously delivering “tight low-end that punches,” in the words of Linden. A pair of Ashly KLR-3200 dual-channel amplifiers, each running in bridged mono mode, power the subwoofers.

“We went with Ashly amplification based on its sound quality and value,” said Linden. “They have a low-noise floor and clean output. Ashly’s great range of options and formats, including big, beefy amps like the KLR-3200 allowed us to order the power we need. On Ashly’s ne Amplifiers, we can add DSP as needed and specify the input configuration. The ne Series includes networking capability. It’s like having a huge menu of options, and we can pick exactly the right combination of features so as to maximize system performance at the minimum cost. Reliability is also a factor. In the many years we’ve been using them, we’ve had very few problems. In fact, we have never had an Ashly amp fail.”

Two Ashly ne8800 Protea DSPs provide all of the necessary processing for the main system. To complement the formats on the upstream devices, one is outfitted with standard analog inputs, whereas the other is outfitted with AES/EBU digital inputs. One ne8800 handles all of the processing requirements for the main system, including the subwoofers. The other handles all of the processing requirements for the floor monitors and satellite systems. “The sound quality on the Ashly processors is impeccable; they’re very musical,” said Linden. “They’re easy to program and operate and are a remarkable value for the church.” In addition to input control at the DiGiCo console, the FOH operator can remotely control the Ashly DSP via multiple pages of intuitive, custom GUIs that determine the operation of the main system and the various systems that support it.

Four K-array KV50 miniature column loudspeakers powered by an Ashly ne800 amplifier provide front- and side-fill for the main system. Thirty-three 70-volt SoundTube SM31 loudspeakers cover the choir loft. An Ashly ne8250.70pe not only provides power, its optional on-board DSP allowed Provision to custom tailor the frequency and dynamic response across eight separate zones in the choir loft. Similarly, an Ashly ne4250.70pe amplifier with optional DSP controls an overflow system in the adjoining Fellowship Hall. Finally, a pair of Ashly KLR-2000 amplifiers powers the smaller systems in the adjacent choir room and the gathering hall.

ABOUT ASHLY AUDIO Ashly Audio Inc. is recognized as a world leader in the design and manufacturing of high quality & high performance signal processing equipment and power amplification for use in the commercial sound contracting and professional audio markets. The 37-year old company is headquartered in Webster, New York U.S.A. www.ashly.com

API 1608 VENTURES INTO THE CANADIAN NORTH

QUEBEC, CANADA – JUNE 2013: When singer-songwriter Florent Vollant updated his studio, it was a 32-channel API 1608 console that found its home in an interesting place in the far north. Established in 1997, Vollant’s Studio Makusham is located in Mani-Utenam, Quebec, Canada, a part of the Innu Reserve, where over 3,000 indigenous people reside.

Florent Vollant’s music history runs deep. He has released three albums in his Innu-language and is well-known in the Inuit community. His Christmas album, Nipaiamianan, received a blessing from Pope John Paul II and the Juno Award for Aboriginal Recording of the Year in 2001. Throughout the years, Studio Makusham was very interested in API gear and finally, in December 2012, they made a major upgrade to the facility, acquiring an automated 1608 console through API’s dealer Studio Economik in Montréal.

“The Makusham home – it is the traditional dance, this is a gathering, a feast, a celebration of the rhythms Teuaikan. I am pleased to invite you to this place of creation to live an experience of freedom, sharing, exchange and respect for the music of the world,” said Vollant of Studio Makusham.

The first endeavor on the console was Vollant’s upcoming album, but the 1608 has also lent its capabilities to Quebec recording artists such as Richard Seguin and many others. “The sound is very pleasant and surprising and the build quality is undeniable,” said Volant. “Thanks to Marc-Andre at Studio Economik for consulting on the deal. We are extremely happy customers!”

ABOUT API (AUTOMATED PROCESSES, INC.) Established more than 40 years ago, Automated Processes, Inc. is the leader in analog recording gear with the Vision, Legacy Series and 1608 recording consoles, as well as its classic line of modular signal processing equipment.

www.apiaudio.com

White Light Deploys HARMAN’s Martin MAC Viper Profile For The Spice Girls’ “Viva Forever”

LONDON, England — When it comes to the Spice Girls, no performance is too bright. When searching for the perfect spot luminaire system to enhance “Vive Forever,” the West End musical based on the songs of the Spice Girls, lighting designer Howard Harrison held a light shootout. The HARMAN Martin award-winning MAC Viper Profile was chosen to light the stage.

“The Viper is a very good unit, very bright. It’s as simple as that,” Harrison says. “We use Vipers in every scene – they are the workhorses of our lighting rig for ‘Viva Forever.’ Throughout the show’s running they’ve been reliable and have maintained their brightness very well.”

Harrison’s rig places the Viper Profiles on the stage’s overhead truss with additional units at the FOH position. White Light, the London-based lighting contractor, supplied the Viper Profiles. The company debuted MAC Viper in the West End in late 2012 on another Harrison-designed musical, “Loserville.”

“Viva Forever” has been playing in London’s Piccadilly Theatre since December 2012 and will run through June 2013.

For more information on White Light, please visit http://www.whitelight.ltd.uk

As a world leader in the creation of dynamic lighting solutions for the entertainment, architectural, and commercial sectors, Martin lighting and video systems are renowned the world over. Martin also offers a range of advanced lighting controllers and media servers, as well as a complete line of smoke machines as a complement to intelligent lighting. Martin operates the industry’s most complete and capable distributor network with local partners in nearly 100 countries. Founded in 1987 and based in Aarhus, Denmark, Martin is the lighting division of global infotainment and audio company HARMAN International Industries. For more information please visit: http://www.martin.com.

HARMAN (www.HARMAN.com) designs, manufactures, and markets a wide range of audio, lighting and infotainment solutions for the automotive, consumer, and professional markets. It is a recognized world leader across its customer segments with premium brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon®, and Mark Levinson®, and leading-edge connectivity, safety and audio technologies. The company is admired by audiophiles across multiple generations and supports leading professional entertainers and the venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with Harman audio and infotainment systems. Harman has a workforce of about 14,300 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $4.4 billion for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2012.

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Earthworks Podium Microphones Capture Florida Governor’s Press Conference

June 25, 2013, Milford, NH – Florida-based audio, lighting and AV production company Sound Media deployed two Earthworks FMR500 podium microphones at Florida Governor Rick Scott’s April press conference in Riveria Beach, Florida.

Lennox Foster, President of Sound Media, selected two FMR500 19 inch podium microphones for the press conference, his go-to choice for podium miking.

“Speakers tend to shift from side to side when speaking, turn their heads, speak softly or too loud and back away from the mic. The FMR500 helps us to combat these issues,” Foster explains. “The response is consistent and clear during the entire presentation.”

Lennox also noted the response of the press conference’s organizers to the FMR500s. “Organizers of the press conference were amazed at the quality and gain of the microphones. This press conference was conducted in a manufacturing facility with a high ambient noise.”

For this particular event, Foster utlized two Meyer Sound UPA-1P loudspeakers on stands, a Presonus Live 24.4.2 console and two Earthworks FMR500 podium microphones.

“A typical setup range from 8 – 12 Turbosound Flex line array loudspeakers per side in larger venues like ballrooms and arenas to 2 Meyer Sound UPA-1P on stands. Consoles choices are Yamaha PM5D, Yamaha M7CL, Presonus live or Allen and Heath analog consoles. Our podium choice is always 2 Earthworks FMR500.”

“It is great working with Earthworks as a company. Craig Breckenridge was able to listen to our request, recommend the correct product, sent samples for evaluation, then followed up to verify we found the solution,” concludes Lennox.

For more information on the Earthworks FlexMics or other High Definition Microphones, please contact Earthworks at 603-654-2433 ext.114 or by email at sales@earthworksaudio.com.

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StrandVision Digital Signage Enhances “Proof of Playback” Electronic Sign Feature

Introduces new capabilities to help customers audit digital signage advertising – certify that benefits/employee communication announcements are shown…

MENOMONIE, Wis. – June 25, 2013 – StrandVision Digital Signage has enhanced its free digital signage “proof of playback” feature for its electronic signage customers. Proof of playback enables StrandVision Digital Signage subscribers to record, collect and analyze both the display frequency and duration of selected digital signage content pages, images, database records and videos. The enhancements include easier tracking selection for administrators and additional reporting capabilities.
The feature is ideal for companies and organizations that sell advertising on their digital media player displays that want or need to audit pages in order to certify that the particular digital signage content has been displayed, as well as for billing purposes.
Proof of playback is also valuable for employee communication of benefits and other human resources announcements to certify that necessary information is shared with employees during enrollment periods and to ensure that other regulatory or contractual communications requirements are met. Business marketing applications in specific industries, such as real estate, enable agents to let clients know the broadcast frequency of their listings as part of their overall marketing campaigns.
The proof of playback free digital sign feature is easy to use. After creating a page on StrandVision’s Content Management System (CMS) the administrator simply goes to the proof of playback area on the site and selects the digital signage content to be tracked. The StrandVision system immediately begins tabulating the display data for the selected information. In addition to electronic signage pages, specific images, videos and user defined database records can also be tracked.
For large electronic sign networks with multiple groups of display screens, proof of playback can be set to report page displays by group. Proof of playback also tracks page frequency on the customer’s website if the system is set to take advantage of this free StrandVision Digital Signage display capability.
Reports can be viewed on the StrandVision content management portal and the raw data can also be downloaded as source data for invoices, graphs, presentations and reports.
“Our customers tell us that the proof of playback capability is a helpful tool to generate revenue from their digital media networks,” said Mike Strand, StrandVision founder and CEO. “It’s also a way for them to fully realize the potential of their StrandVision Digital Signage to support advertising and become an integral part of their overall employee communications mix. We’re sure that our customers will find many other creative ways to use the power of the proof of playback feature.”
Proof of playback is available immediately as a free digital signage capability for all StrandVision Digital Signage subscribers with streaming video and higher packages.
About StrandVision
StrandVision LLC, based in Menomonie, Wis., provides low-cost, Web-based digital signage software through a patented Software as a Service (SaaS) approach that delivers content to subscribers’ flat screen televisions, 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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Clay Paky Rocks for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in LA

Clay Paky lighting fixtures were out in force at the 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, which honored inductees such as Aerosmith, The Doors, James Taylor, Albert King, Donna Summer, Rush and Quincy Jones at a gala event at LA’s Nokia Theatre.

The celebrity-filled ceremony, which was taped for broadcast on HBO, featured 40 Clay Paky Sharpy Wash lights, 28 Sharpys and seven Alpha Profile 700s controlled by two grandMA2 lights and one grandMA2 full system, all supplied by Atomic Lighting of Lititz, Pennsylvania.

“The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame usually focuses on six or seven performances in the multi-camera show, and the tone was very vibey, not overly glammy,” says Kevin Lawson who programmed the lighting with Felix Peralta. Lawson handled the key lights and audience lights for lighting designer Allen Branton while Peralta programmed the scenic lighting, lighting effects and band lighting.

“The ceremony used to originate in a ballroom, then they moved to Madison Square Garden for the 25th anniversary,” Lawson recalls. “They liked including more people in the larger venue but wanted to keep an intimate vibe. So now they try to maintain a balance between an intimate music party and a gigantic rock show – they even pull out the first rows of the theater so they can still have tables for the honorees and VIPs.”

The Sharpy Washes were primarily used to light all of the stage drapery, but Peralta also “found some additional targets of opportunity and had them play out to the audience and become more of a musical accent piece,” he explains. The Sharpys were peppered throughout the rig and “served double duty” as effects lights and lights which gave “Sharpy Dappling” to the drapery. The Alpha Profile 700s were deployed as key lights and back lights on stage for several of the support musicians.

Peralta says the Sharpy Washes were chosen for “the brightness of the lamp, their color mixing options and the low-profile look of the light sitting in the rig.” Brightness and a low-profile look were also factors in the Sharpys selection, along with “their proven track record, speed and variety of options.” The Alpha Profile 700s were picked for their brightness in a compact, hard-edge fixture and their shaping capabilities.

Francesco Romagnoli, Clay Paky Area Manager for North and Latin America, adds, “It nice to see so many of our lights working together on this high profile project. Allen, Felix and Kevin are a great team and we’re thrilled to support them.”

“Everything performed great, very solid with no failures recorded,” Peralta reports. “We were very happy with the new Sharpy Washes – they’re going to give the big wash lights a run for their money!”

Lawson gives kudos to A.C.T Lighting for its “great support”; Peralta thanks Brad Hafer and the Atomic Lighting team for “always supplying a solid, robust system right out of the box.” He also cited Tad Inferrera, Kevin Harvey and the crew at the Nokia Theatre for their help and support throughout the production.

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