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George Strait: The Cowboy Rides Away with L-ACOUSTICS K1

“King George” shatters Alamodome’s attendance record on tour leg’s final night

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — After 40 studio albums and an unprecedented 60 number one country music singles, George Strait, the “King of Country”, has now wrapped up the first half of his farewell tour dubbed The Cowboy Rides Away. With the second leg of dates set to take place in early 2014, the final in-the-round performance of his 2013 trek took place on June 1 at San Antonio’s Alamodome in front of a record-breaking sold-out crowd of more than 73,000 fans.

For touring sound reinforcement, Strait has long turned to FOH Engineer George Olson and Dallas-based Onstage Systems, which furnished the artist’s standard L-ACOUSTICS V-DOSC and KUDO package for most of this year’s tour stops. However, given the sheer size of the Alamodome concert in Strait’s hometown, the company chose to deploy its full inventory of K1 enclosures, which it augmented with additional cabinets from fellow Rental Network provider Clearwing Audio for an impressive total of 120 K1.

According to Onstage Systems’ K1 Audio Tech Eric Thomas and Systems Tech Jason Chamlee, the concert’s eight flown arrays were evenly spaced in a ring above the perimeter of the circular rotating stage. A total of four hangs of 16 K1 with six KARA downfills addressed the longer north and south ends of the room, while the east and west sides were covered by four hangs of 14 K1 plus six KARA, each topped with two K1-SB filler enclosures to maintain visual continuity between all arrays.

To power and process the K1/KARA enclosures, Onstage positioned three LA-RAK touring racks — each containing three LA8 amplified controllers — on top of every array, significantly minimizing the copper cable runs. Down on the floor level, four more LA-RAK were deployed to drive 16 dV-DOSC front-fills and 24 SB28 subs set up in an asymmetrical cardioid configuration around the stage.

“Even standing at the very back of the Alamodome’s nosebleed seats, the K1 arrays sounded like they were still right in our faces at more than 360 feet away,” says Thomas. “The indoor throw capability of the system is insanely impressive.”

“K1′s rigging is also absolutely incredible,” he adds. “Once we had the points straightened out, we were able to rig the entire system in four hours, which is just amazing. And utilizing LA Network Manager to group individual boxes and adjust a few FIR filters as needed, the system sounded fantastic right away. Although I love V-DOSC and KUDO, trying to load in and fly those boxes for a venue of this size would literally require a couple of days, so from a logistical standpoint, K1 is totally the best option out there for stadium sound.”

For his final The Cowboy Rides Away stop at the Alamodome, which sold out within an astounding six minutes of going on sale, Strait performed a two-hour concert following sets from the tour’s special guests, Martina McBride and Miranda Lambert. For more details on the 2013 leg, which kicked off back in mid-January, visit www.georgestrait.com.

Onstage Systems can also be found on the Web at www.onstagesystems.com.

L-ACOUSTICS is a leading innovator and manufacturer of high-performance loudspeakers, amplifiers and signal processing devices for touring and installed sound markets. Known around the globe for pioneering and championing the modern line array loudspeaker concept with V-DOSC, the company has received numerous accolades for its K1, KUDO, KARA, KIVA, ARCS, XT coaxial loudspeaker systems and SB line of subwoofer enclosures, all powered and processed with the LA4 and LA8 amplified controllers in fulfillment of a “total system approach.” Product distribution and customer service for the USA is handled by L-ACOUSTICS’ subsidiary in Oxnard, California.

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BASSMAXX Delivers Extreme Depth with the New ZV28 Subwoofer

20Hz Bass Performance at Concert Levels From US-Made Loudspeaker

Austin, TX (June 10, 2013) – If you haven’t experienced the extreme performance of a BASSMAXX loudspeaker system, you’ve been missing out. For the past decade, BASSMAXX has provided intense sound for the most demanding music in the most extreme environments. BASSMAXX now introduces the new ZV28 Profundo Powered Subwoofer. Debuted at the extremely demanding Ultra Music Festival in Miami, where just sixteen ZV28s brought vision-blurring 20Hz bass to crowds of up to 10,000 people.

The ZV28 is a self-powered, self-processing, self-protecting, vented, direct radiating subwoofer with a large internal volume and a very low tuned frequency. Anti standing wave baffles and pass-through dampers minimize upper resonances while very large ports maximize low frequency performance at high output. Protection systems and limiters control all manners of overload, including thermal, excursion and clipping. The ZV28 is optimized for full-power operation. It is designed to operate at full rated RMS power throughout its operating range while ensuring the woofers remain within their excursion and thermal limits.

In short, the ZV28 delivers pure, deep and powerful bass to the very limits of human hearing, loudly, continuously and safely.

“We chose BASSMAXX after blowing up every other viable option on the market,” said Gregory Selph of Treehouse, Miami’s premier techno-underground dj venue. “These days, DJ’s demands on equipment are consistently surpassing the status quo of just a few years ago. Low end demands are the greatest, and often the weakest point in a sound system – BASSMAXX is directly the opposite. BASSMAXX makes low end effortless – waterproof – drink proof – DJ proof – self powered – self cooling – self monitoring – self limiting – and just bass crushing all wrapped in a tight little package. Wheel it in – plug it in – ready to begin!”

With the ZV28, deep-bass response is available at high levels in real-world applications thanks to high sensitivity at low frequencies, robust components and prodigious power. Massive low end is consistently delivered when the prodigious power is applied. The ZV28 realizes consistently flat frequency response from 1 watt to 3000 watts. A pair delivers response that is -3dB at 21 Hz – no equalization required! The ZV28 does not have low-frequency EQ boost, which, at high levels, tends to result in excessive distortion or woofer damage rather than improved low frequency performance. The ZV28’s sensitivity is achieved and maintained though careful optimization, the use of premium components and innovative, proprietary thermal management techniques.

The ZV28’s woofer cones are waterproofed so the cabinets are safe to use outdoors where they may encounter rain, in nightclubs where drinks may be spilled on them, or in dusty environments. The ZV28 is remarkably lightweight relative to its output capacity, is solidly built and nearly indestructible. BASSMAXX cabinets are hand-made by master builders in the USA and warranted for a full six years to take extremely rugged work without damage or failure. BASSMAXX also features an industry-unique extended warranty, “Sound Defense”, which fully covers the speakers against blown woofers in the first two years.

The ZV28 Profundo Powered Subwoofer delivers what it promises: prodigious amounts of bass at high power, hour after hour, with no driver failures.

Information on price & availability at http://www.BASSMAXX.com/buy/ or calling (855) 822-7770


About BASSMAXX


Since 1999, BASSMAXX has designed and delivered powerful and efficient sound systems to the live sound and high-end club market. Applying a ruthless practicality to uncompromising standards of quality and reliability has yielded a product line that is both exotic in performance and accessible in price. BASSMAXX is based in Austin, TX. More information at www.bassmaxx.com

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InfoComm International and NewBay Media announce winners of 1st Annual People’s Choice Awards

InfoComm attendees have chosen the winners of the 1st annual People’s Choice Awards from among fifteen installations in the categories of Corporate, Education, Healthcare, Government and Arts & Leisure. A panel of technology managers, journalists, and industry educators chose the fifteen finalists from among submitted entries. InfoComm attendees then voted for the winners at a special exhibit on the show floor. Here are the winners: more

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Arctic Monkeys Rock Sasquatch Festival With HARMAN’s Soundcraft Vi1 Monitor Console

GEORGE, WASHINGTON — The Arctic Monkeys are back with a new tour and a HARMAN Soundcraft Vi1 console, recently kicking off at the Sasquatch Music Festival at the renowned Gorge Amphitheater in George, Washington.

New York-based Firehouse Productions provided the desk for Monitor Engineer, Will Doyle, who has great experience with Firehouse and Soundcraft’s line of consoles from prior tours with the group.

“The Vi1 was a great choice, especially for a massive and spectacular venue like the Gorge,” stated Doyle. “It has a small footprint meaning it’s easy to travel with and there is no hassle fitting it anywhere; but it still has nearly all the features of my usual Vi6.”

As an English indie rock band formed in 2002, the Arctic Monkeys have released four studio albums and are currently working on their new album. In May 2013, the band debuted a new song titled “Do I Wanna Know?” at the Majestic Ventura Theater in Los Angeles.

“We’re excited to get this tour underway,” continued Doyle. “It’s a Soundcraft Vi desk, so it sounds just like the others in the range and feels like mixing on a sound desk or console rather than a computer. With custom user layers and VCAs for each mix, I found there’s a lot less button pushing than some other consoles, which means more time looking at the band!”

Doyle, who continues to deploy the desk for stereo ears, wedges and side fills, is still amazed at how much the board feels like an analog desk and how easy it is to manage all the channels on each layer. “The board responds beautifully and is extremely user-friendly,” he said.

While festivals can sometimes be hectic with limited changeover time between acts, Doyle mentioned that the ViSi Remote iPad app is really useful and can eliminate many challenges before a show. “With Soundcraft, I am always confident in what I need to do. This was a great show and I look forward to continuing our journey with Soundcraft.”

For more information on Firehouse Productions, please visit: http://www.firehouseproductions.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.

DPA Helps LazyTown Make Entertainment That Inspires

LazyTown Entertainment in Iceland is using DPA miniature microphones to capture the audio for the multi-award winning LazyTown pre-school television show, which is now shooting its fourth series in Iceland.

LazyTown is a leading and highly respected children’s entertainment brand comprising an award-winning TV series, live stage shows, sports events, publishing, and more. The LazyTown concept is entertainment for children and the whole family, dedicated to promoting a healthy lifestyle in a fun and engaging way. The TV show has become an international success since it was first launched in 2004 and has been broadcast in over 170 countries, reaching over 500 million homes and dubbed in over 30 languages.

LazyTown’s sound supervisor, Gunnar Arnason, who also owns a recording and post production company called Upptekid, is responsible for selecting all of the audio equipment used by LazyTown Entertainment at its state of the art studio in Gardabaer, Iceland.

“My task is to create the entire audio workflow for each LazyTown series, from studio recording through to the final sound mixes,” he explains. “Over the past two years we have relied on DPA microphones for dialogue recording, using them on the live actors and also to record the puppeteers. We chose DPA microphones because they have an excellent signal to noise ratio and because they are extremely well-built, which means that they last a long time and are very durable.”

DPA’s Icelandic distributor Exton has supplied LazyTown Entertainment with 12 DPA 4061 miniature microphones.

“The puppeteers have the miniature microphones mounted in sweatbands on their foreheads, while the live actors have them hidden in their clothes,” Arnason explains. “This works well, especially for the puppeteers who have to work with their hands above their heads, so they need a microphone that will stay firmly in place and won’t get knocked when they move around. Also, when the microphone is tight on the forehead you get some resonance from the skull, which makes the sound even better.”

Currently shooting its fourth series, LazyTown is an Icelandic production with an international cast from Iceland, the UK, and the USA. The series was created by former aerobics champion Magnus Scheving, who also plays the lead character Sportacus in the show, to motivate children to get active and make healthy lifestyle choices. Cleverly mixing live characters, puppets and CGI, LazyTown creates engaging storylines that have a healthy message – delivering entertainment that inspires, and raising the bar for children’s television.

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Editors’ information:

DPA Microphones is the leading Danish Professional Audio manufacturer of high quality condenser microphones and microphone solutions for professional applications in studio, broadcast, theatre, video/film and sound reinforcement environments. All DPA microphones and components are manufactured at the company’s purpose-built factory in Denmark.
For more information on DPA Microphones, please visit www.dpamicrophones.com

About LazyTown
Acquired by Turner Broadcasting in 2011, LazyTown is a leading and highly respected children’s entertainment brand that promotes health and well-being to preschoolers in an energetic and fun way. Starring its creator, former athlete Magnus Scheving, the TV series is broadcast in more than 170 countries, to 500 million homes worldwide.

Revolabs Unveils Next-Generation Executive Elite Wireless Conferencing Solution at InfoComm 2013

New Wireless Microphone System Designed to Improve Audio Quality and Simplify Large Scale Deployments

SUDBURY, Mass. — June 12, 2013 — Revolabs Inc. today announced at InfoComm 2013 its next-generation Revolabs Executive Elite(TM) four- and eight-channel wireless microphone systems, the company’s new flagship product and latest addition to its family of unified communications solutions for boardrooms and conference rooms. The system’s advanced features include a new distributed architecture, best-in-class audio quality, increased density, enhanced integration with room control systems, and cloud-based management capabilities. The solution also includes Revolabs’ secure AES-256 encryption featuring dynamic key updates every 60 seconds, in addition to flexible AVB, analog, and USB audio output options. more

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Clay Paky and grandMA2 Rock for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in LA

Clay Paky lighting fixtures and grandMA2 consoles 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. A.C.T Lighting is the exclusive distributor of Clay Paky and MA products in North America.

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.

“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!”

Peralta says the grandMA2 consoles have “long been the preferred lighting control for all our television productions.” Lawson concurs. “grandMA2 is the desk of choice,” he echoes. “Multi-user operation is so easy with grandMA2; we don’t even need to divide the system into worlds. We work out etiquette amongst ourselves. It’s so easy for us to manipulate anything and everything we want – it has really gotten so seamless. And software revisions come often; they constantly add features.”

Peralta notes that “this broadcast in particular is rehearsed at such a fast pace and there’s so much material to cover that I couldn’t imagine trying to program and run the show on another lighting desk. grandMA2′s hardware and software really excel at the fast-and-furious types of productions.”

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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Electrosonic Streamlines New Display System for UK’s Bristol Water

When the UK’s Bristol Water decided to completely upgrade its operational control room, it tasked Electrosonic with engineering a streamlined new display system, which includes a video wall and processing equipment, a big-screen display, workstation monitors and consoles.

Bristol Water is responsible for the water supply in the Bristol area for nearly 1.2 million people, covering a 926 square-mile region. The facility’s monitoring and associated technology were developed piecemeal over the last two decades, resulting in more than 20 display monitors and a cluttered, ineffective workspace for the monitoring staff.

To rectify the situation, Electrosonic worked with the Bristol Water project staff to install a new overview display comprised of a video wall and big-screen display; provide new workstation furniture, including operator displays; and engineer and install a central control rack, including image processing equipment. The new display system helps provide improved monitoring of the Bristol Water network and gives monitoring staff much more efficient working conditions.

The overview display consists of six 55-inch NEC LCDs with narrow mullions configured in a 3×2 video wall, plus a separate 65-inch NEC LCD. The video wall is supported by a free-standing structure from Thinking Space, which eliminates the need for the room’s wall to provide structural support.

Designed with operator ergonomics and welfare in mind, the new workstations, subcontracted by Electrosonic from SBFI, are tailored for two people, each of whom is outfitted with three 23-inch, edge-lit NEC LCDs on fully-adjustable mounts.

A factory-wired central rack contains support equipment, including a Dexon video wall image processor, an Adder KVM switch, a Freeview satellite receiver, a Crestron room controller and an Extron audio amplifier. It also has space for eight PCs, which were installed by Bristol Water staff, and serve as the main image sources for the overview display.

Electrosonic also supplied a Crestron TPS-6 touchscreen controller and remote KVM controls, which are installed on the main operators’ console. This touchscreen controller enables the selection of a number of preset video wall configurations. In addition to this normal mode of display, an operator can, if necessary, take full control of the video wall by accessing the image processor through the KVM switch. Numerous image sources available in the control room are typical of this kind of installation.

An alarm monitoring system is the single most important display. Permanently connected to the 65-inch display, its content is also available in greater detail on the video wall. It is supported by dual computers that receive data through a SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) system, and monitors all of Bristol Water’s pumps, water levels, flow rates and more.

A GIS (Geographical Information System) maps the precise location of all the Bristol Water assets and provides map data for the location of incidents and personnel.

An SMS (Short Message Service) Board handles much of the staff communications. All messages are logged as they are sent, and the board displays all the latest messages; the board can also scroll to show earlier messages.

The entire Bristol Water system is covered by security monitoring. Principal status information and related images are available on a security display in the control room; if an incident is detected, the camera nearest to the incident is automatically selected for display.

For safety and practical reasons, a lone worker display pinpoints the location of each worker engaged with routine inspections or investigating minor incidents. This source does not impose any additional tasks on the lone worker since it is implemented by automatically tracking the worker’s cell phone or handheld radio position.

Finally, a TV news channel display often offers the quickest way of receiving meteorological, incident and relevant news information, which might affect the operation. The default channel at Bristol Water is BBC News 24, but any Freeview channel can be selected.

The video wall has a default configuration, which places the various image sources at preferred positions. The display can be instantly reconfigured via the touchpanel when particular tasks need to be carried out or if an incident occurs. The image processor allows any source image to appear at any size anywhere on the display.

The Bristol Water installation is a prime example of how Electrosonic works closely with customers to deliver systems that meet user requirements in an economical and practical way.

About Electrosonic
Electrosonic is an international audio-visual company that creates tailored, state-of-the-art solutions for a wide range of markets including theme parks, museums, control rooms, and corporate meeting rooms. Since its founding in 1964, Electrosonic has built a strong reputation for working on complex projects, both large and small, and has developed lasting partnerships with customers and suppliers. Beyond complete integrated systems, Electrosonic provides a comprehensive scope of services including technical design, projector lamp sales, maintenance and operational support.

Learn more about Electrosonic. Visit http://www.electrosonic.com

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ACIR Professional Supports Forgotten Veterans at VetRock

Egg Harbor Township, N.J.—Bader Field, Atlantic City was the site for the first VetRock concert, held in honor of those forgotten that served in the Vietnam War. Held the first Saturday in June, the concert featured memorable bands from the 70s including headliners Mark Farner from Grand Funk Railroad, Mitch Rider, the Buckinghams, the Traamps, Soul Survivors, as well as local area bands. Special guest speaker was Lt. Oliver North with Joe Piscopo acting as the event’s emcee. The day’s festivities lasted every bit of 12 hours to tribute to Vietnam Vets; Local Vietnam Veteran organizations will receive 100% of profits from tickets and t-shirts sold that commemorate the day.

The main sound system was provided by ACIR Professional (Egg Harbor Township, N.J.) and included the company’s new d&b Audiotechnik J rig, configured with 16 boxes of J8s, four J12s, two Q7 line arrays that were used for front fills, and 20 B2 subs configured in a “sub array” to achieve even coverage of the entire listening area. A Yamaha CL5 and two Rio3224-D remote i/o racks was used at front of house, a Yamaha PM5D-RH was used for monitors, along with Yamaha P7000 amps. A plethora of mics included Shure, AKG, Sennheiser, EV, A-T, Countryman, along with Shure and Sennheiser wireless systems. ACIR also provided, lighting, backline, staging, rigging, and supervised power, video, and barricade installation.

“The Yamaha CL console was excellent from a festival standpoint, and connectivity of the Rio rack with AES inputs digitally was a big plus,” states ACIR co-owner and front of house engineer for the event, John Grasso. “From all accounts, the entire rig sounded pristine, especially our new d&b J rig. It was an honor to be included in this event in remembrance of our Vietnam Vets.”

This was my first experience as a TD for a show of this size so I needed to hire a company who would cover all production elements,” states Sam Schwartz. “From staging to audio, lighting, video, and band gear, ACIR’s great crew worked flawlessly with our IATSE Local #77. I received a number of complements on the new d&b J8 audio rig and its massive sound, It filled our 10 acres of seating area with no sweat. Being responsible for the entire production, you can’t get a better production company than ACIR Professional. They moved quickly to address all the changes and additions that were presented along the way. They made me look very good.

ACIR co-owner, Ed DiBona chose a Yamaha PM5D-RH to mix monitors. “I chose the PM5D for monitors because I needed a console that could handle a large number of mixes, both wedges and in-ear monitors, with a mixture of mono and stereo outputs. The exceptional sound quality and ability to quickly make changes and mix on the fly made the 5D the only choice for this fast-paced, high- profile show. The desk performed flawlessly all day. The promoter was extremely happy with the entire sound system, and we received many compliments from performers.”

For more information on ACIR Professional, visit www.acirpro.com.

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Photo ID: John Grasso at Yamaha CL5 digital console

LECTROSONICS DEPLOYED AT ARIZONA STATE LEGISLATURE

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Phoenix, AZ – June 2013… After struggling with poor audio quality, feedback, inconsistent microphone levels and a variety of other issues, the Arizona State Legislature—home to the Arizona Senate and Arizona House of Representatives—decided enough is enough. Recognizing that a high degree of speech intelligibility is essential if members of the legislature are to communicate effectively, the decision was made to rectify the situation—and at the heart of the remedy: ASPEN digital audio processors from Rio Rancho, NM-based Lectrosonics, all controlled by Intent Digital’s Energize Dynamic Control System. more

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