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Advanced Systems Group, Quantum Host Free Webinar to Explore Archiving and Storage Strategies

EMERYVILLE, CALIF. – Advanced Systems Group (ASG), a leading West Coast video and film integration firm, and Quantum, a global leader in data management and protection solutions, will host a free webinar on archiving and tiered storage on Wednesday, June 26, at 10 a.m. PT.

Designed for smaller workgroups that are considering an archive system, the webinar will explain the benefits of a dedicated archive system and outline a number of applicable strategies and technologies. The presentation will also highlight the new Quantum StorNext AEL500 Mini Archive, an entry-level archive that starts with 30TB of LTO-6 tape capacity and can grow to more than 1PB.

Dave Van Hoy, president of ASG, and Yannick Guillerm, technical advisor for the Quantum StorNext AEL Archives product line, will host the webinar. “Everyone needs archiving, and Quantum’s new StorNext AEL500 Mini lowers the entry point,” explained Van Hoy. “Our webinar will help attendees identify best practices for smaller workgroup workflows.”

Tiered storage and digital archiving address issues associated with overburdened storage systems, unprotected assets, and the expanding number of digital formats. Quantum’s StorNext AEL Archives provide active archiving to LTO tape, automatically migrating content without the cost, space, power consumption, and management overhead of conventional disk. Plus, with built-in data protection and self-healing capabilities, the systems ensure valuable data is available and accessible long-term.

For more information, please visit www.asgllc.com or click here to register.

About ASG:

Advanced Systems Group LLC of Emeryville, Calif., with offices in the Bay Area and Southern California, has provided engineering, systems, integration, support and training to the broadcast, film, creative, and corporate video markets since 1997. With unmatched experience in Apple-based newsroom systems, shared storage, archiving, editing, finishing, and VFX systems, ASG has become one of largest installers of post production and shared storage systems on the West Coast. The ASG team is highly focused on customer success, and has installed and supported more than 185 SANs, production, and post production systems over the last six years. For more information, visit www.asgllc.com or call 510-654-8300.

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Clay Paky Sharpys Accompany Tim McGraw’s Two Lanes of Freedom Tour

Clay Paky Sharpys are heading out on the road with Tim McGraw as the country superstar kicks off his Two Lanes of Freedom 2013 Tour in support of his new namesake album.

McGraw’s Two Lanes of Freedom Tour will play 30 cities across the country. It follows his incredibly successful joint Brothers of the Sun tour with Kenny Chesney, last year’s highest-ranking country tour in Billboard’s list of the top treks of 2012.

For McGraw’s latest show Premiere Global, which has been a vendor for the artist for the last decade, supplied 30 Sharpys. “The Sharpys are being used on the floor, on the rig and in the air for fanouts. They give a really big look,” says Steven (Creech) Anderson with Premier Global.

“The shape of the production is a big spider with arms coming down and pods at the end of each,” he continues. “There are lots of LEDs and video, and the Sharpys really enhance things. They’re great lights – everyone is trying to copy them right now, but there are no fixtures out there that compare to them.”

Lighting designer Pat Brannon went with “the ACL old-school look” by clustering four groups of four Sharpys on the rig and positioning 14 more on the floor. “I’ve used them before, but this is the first time I’ve had Sharpys on a tour,” he says. “I’m really happy with them. I like their narrow beam, the quickness and brightness of the lamp, and the great color choices. They’re small and lightweight but make a huge impact.”

John Zajonc is production manager for the tour and Troy Eckerman was the programmer. Jeff Bertuch assisted on the video programming. Drew Finley is the content creator.

Francesco Romagnoli, Clay Paky Area Manager for North and Latin America, adds, “Premier Global has been a great ally to us and Pat is a great designer. The design on this show sounds great and we’re glad to be a part of it.”

A.C.T Lighting is the exclusive North American distributor for Clay Paky.

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The Charity Angels on Board with Recording Industry Golf Tournament (RIGT) at Malibu Country Club

— The Charity Angels to provide $100,000 Shoot-Out, on-course poker game, chance to win companion airfare and a spin-to-win —

— Event’s organizers offering a one-time million-dollar shot, hole-in-one prizes and more —

Los Angeles CA, June 6, 2013 — The 2013 Recording Industry Golf Tournament (RIGT), which will be held Monday, June 24, 2013, at Malibu Country Club, is proud to add special opportunities from L.A.-based organization The Charity Angels to the day’s events. Aside from the tournament itself, The Charity Angels will be providing several games and promotional opportunities throughout the day. These include $100,000 Shoot-Out for four lucky Superticket holders; an on-course poker game; a chance to win companion airfare; and a “Spin-to-Win” game, where every Superticket holder walks away a winner (prizes include Golfsmith GIft Cards, $150 BBQ Sets, One Hope Wine, Pro V 1 Golf Balls and more). Other opportunities, provided by the event’s organizers, include a $1,000,000 one-shot Shootout for one player at the end of the tournament as well as a $1000 chipping contest opportunity for another lucky player. Hole-in-one prizes include $25,000 and $10,000 packages, and a Harley-Davidson motorcycle provided by Bartels Harley-Davidson in Marina Del Rey.

Newly announced sponsors include Blue Sky and Avid. Sponsors named previously include GC Pro, Sterling Audio, Dave Collins Mastering, Design FX Audio, Lurssen Mastering, PreSonus, Record Plant, SAE Los Angeles, Shure, Sound Design Corporation, TransAudio Group, Vintage King Audio and Westlake Recording Studios, with more to be announced.

The event has been organized by seasoned event producer Karen Dunn of KMD Productions and will benefit the music program at A Place Called Home, a dynamic community center and safe haven in South Central Los Angeles where underserved youth 8-21 years old are empowered to take ownership of the quality and direction of their lives through programs in education, arts, and well-being. Recording veterans Ed Cherney and Al Schmitt will serve as Co-Honorary Chairs for the afternoon’s festivities.

Dunn stated, “We are pleased to have The Charity Angels add their flair to the tournament. This is a very special event for the industry, our sponsors, the golfers and A Place Called Home, and The Charity Angels’ extra opportunities will add a new level of excitement to the day. Just think if someone can snag the $100,000 shootout or comped airfare – what a thrill that would be for all of us!”

Online registry for players and sponsors is available at http://2013recordingindustrygolftournament.eventbrite.com/. For more information about the tournament, visit http://recordingindustrygolftournament.webs.com/ or call Karen Dunn at 925-708-0307.

About A Place Called Home
A Place Called Home (www.apch.org) is a dynamic community center and safe haven in South Central Los Angeles where underserved youth 8-21 years old are empowered to take ownership of the quality and direction of their lives through programs in education, arts, and well-being. APCH provides support and opportunities that increase the likelihood that young people will stay in school, go on to higher education and viable jobs, and make a meaningful difference in their communities and the world. Music and recording are key components of the organization’s program offering, and the APCH youth band performs and records on a regular basis.

About KMD Productions
Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, KMD Productions offers full-service event production across the US for businesses and individuals, providing a range of services needed to make events an overwhelming success. KMD Productions can handle all the details of your fundraiser, corporate function or trade show event. Whether you’re looking to launch a new product, get better brand recognition or raise money for your worthwhile charity, KMD Productions has the resources and experience to help you achieve your goals.

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Brett Orrison Chooses Waves Live Tools as Front-of-House for The Black Angels

— With his Waves SoundGrid®/Allen and Heath iDR64 setup, Orrison has found the right workflow
for this challenging live gig —

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, June 6, 2013 — Waves Audio is seeing a growing number of young cutting-edge live engineers turn to Waves Live tools, including Brett Orrison, Front-of-House engineer for The Black Angels, and a Waves Audio/Greg Price Young Gun. On The Black Angels’ 2013 Indigo Meadow tour, Orrison is traveling with the Waves MultiRack SoundGrid® System with two DSP servers and an Allen and Heath iDR64, equipped with an M-Waves card and the iLive T112 surface. He uses a Dell Precision Laptop to steer the SoundGrid DSP servers while multi-track recording with PreSonus Studio One.

Orrison is a big fan of what Waves has helped him accomplish: “I’m running 39 channels of Waves plugins. There are 23 instrument channels, 3 stereo groups, 8 Aux and the Stereo Buss, all routed through Waves. Having so many tools to choose from is pretty wild and has without a doubt made my mixes more consistent. The Q10 Paragraphic EQ and C6 Multiband Compressor on the master buss makes things bigger, and that helps me dial in a room a lot faster than using only EQ. The Waves InPhase plugin helps align my lead singers’ three vocal lines. InPhase, takes care of the slight issues a polarity flip won’t fix. Waves IR-Live convolution reverb has taken over my drum reverbs. Having so many effects is really beneficial when mixing psychedelic music like The Black Angels.”

He continues, explaining his workflow: “I’m enjoying the Allen and Heath system and its easy integration with Waves SoundGrid. It’s as easy as setting an insert IO to Waves SoundGrid and pushing the insert button in on the channel. My favorite part about the setup is the virtual sound check. With a few very quick configuration changes, the system can be changed from live processing and recording to virtual sound check playback of pre-recorded multi channel files, directly through the same SoundGrid MultiRack processing. This allows me to adjust each channel’s dynamics, EQ, etc. in exactly the same way I would with a full band on stage. It’s pretty cool to have soundcheck well on its way before the stage is pinned. I’ve found myself designing sound rather then trying to control it, which has been the biggest change in my day-to-day mixing. The rig is set up in 30 minutes with all the settings from last night’s mix ready to go. Starting from where you left off the night before leaves more time for creative ‘manipulation.’ This is a great rig!”

Brett Orrison is part of the growing trend among live sound professionals who are making the move to the next-generation workflow with Waves plugins and Waves Live SoundGrid. For an extended conversation with Orrison, visit http://www.waveslive.com/html/gregs-list/young-guns-brett-orrison.aspx. Visit www.waves.com and www.waveslive.com for more information.

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InfoComm Honors Founder and Chairman of Kramer Electronics, Dr. Joseph Kramer, with the 2013 Adele De Berri Pioneer of AV Award

InfoComm International®, the leading professional audiovisual trade association representing the professional audiovisual industry, is pleased to announce that Dr. Joseph Kramer has been honored with the Adele De Berri Pioneer of AV Award. The award was presented at InfoComm 2013; the world’s largest commercial audiovisual trade show.

Since founding Kramer Electronics more than 30 years ago, Dr. Joseph Kramer has fostered many audiovisual technology innovations that impacted users in various ways. He’s given them the ability to perfect image quality in audiovisual systems to the highest level possible; offered pro-AV solutions that simplify the design and installation of effective audiovisual systems; and offered system designers, installers, and users easy-to-operate, value-oriented and reliable products that conform to the highest specifications available in the market.

Dr. Kramer’s innovations have improved the jobs and lives of designers, installers, and users by giving them simplified installations and greater functionality at lower costs. With a presence in 23 countries worldwide, Kramer Electronics has created innovative products such as video-correction processors, presentation switchers, scaler/switchers, and compact solutions such as the Kramer TOOLS™ line. Such developments generate opportunities for more and newer visual and audio presentation applications. Today, Dr. Kramer is developing and promoting the concepts of wireless signal distribution and IP-based video systems that are expected to fuel the digital signage and overall pro-AV marketplace.

“The innovative spirit of Dr. Joseph Kramer has propelled the industry forward,” said David Labuskes, CTS, RCDD, Executive Director, InfoComm International. “Thanks to his leadership, many AV professionals are able to do their jobs better, faster and more collaboratively, and InfoComm is pleased to recognize his contributions.”

“This award is an important, worldwide recognition of Kramer and the achievements it has reached,” said award winner, Dr. Joseph Kramer. “It is also a personal recognition that makes me look back and appreciate the pile of unique products I have developed throughout the years. I am extremely proud of the human resources at Kramer Electronics. Our accomplishments of over 30 years of activity are products of our employee dedication and wisdom.”

The Adele De Berri Pioneer of AV Award is issued annually by InfoComm International to current or former employees of InfoComm member companies who have made an important contribution to the science of audiovisual technology, whether as an inventor or leader who advanced the development of a new product, segment, or service of the AV industry. The award is sponsored by Sound & Communications.

For more information about Kramer Electronics please visit www.kramerus.com.

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Monty Rains Named Chief Operating Officer for PixelFLEX

Monty Rains, a veteran senior sales and marketing executive, has been named Chief Operating Officer for PixelFLEX, a leading LED solutions company based in Nashville. In this new role, Rains will be responsible for expanding sales channels, forging strategic partnerships and building structure and strategic processes to assist with the aggressive growth.

PixelFLEX – innovators of lightweight custom LED solutions offering flexibility, durability, and ease of storage and use – selected the new COO based on Rains’ longstanding professional history of achieving substantial sales growth across a wide variety of manufacturing and distribution markets.

“Wherever he has been, Monty has built a tremendous business model and developed an exceptional sales team to deliver remarkable results,” said Byrd the PixelFLEX President. “With PixelFLEX gaining market share, now is the ideal time for someone with Monty’s track record to streamline and improve our business tools and services – from customer support to distribution channels – to further strengthen PixelFLEX from top to bottom.”

Prior to being named to his new position, Rains most recently served as vice president of corporate development for a best-in-class private equity-funded digital learning company based in Birmingham, Al. Over the past 30 years, he has held a variety of executive positions with leading companies from venture-funded start-up’s to Fortune 30 companies. His positions scaling up companies in a variety of verticals will serve Rains well in his leadership capacity for PixelFLEX.

“I have worked extensively with clients in utilizing technology to creatively solve problems,” Rains stated. “As leading innovators of visual technology solutions for delivering awe-inspiring content, building engagement and driving results, PixelFLEX is uniquely poised for substantial growth in 2013 and beyond. Over the next several months, my efforts will be focused on building strategic business alliances, developing stronger worldwide distribution channels, opening new markets and implementing a strategic operating plan to ensure we delight our customers.”

For more information on PixelFLEX, visit www.LEDCurtain.com. Follow PixelFLEX at www.Facebook.com/PixelFLEXUSA and @LEDCurtain.

Christie Control Room Technology Selected By American Water for Its New Operations Security Support Center

Christie® technology is supporting an efficient digital operations security support center for American Water, the largest investor-owned water utility company in the United States. Thanks to the Christie® Phoenix™ network-distributed open content management system and a Christie LCD flat-panel video wall display solution, American Water now has the capability to simultaneously monitor its security systems across the U.S., in one centralized location.

Christie LCD Flat Panel video wall at American Water


American Water provides high-quality water and wastewater services to more than 14 million people in more than 1,500 communities in the U.S and parts of Canada. Working closely with AV integrator ClassCraft Design Associates, American Water developed an IP-based solution using Christie Phoenix, allowing the security management team to efficiently watch, operate, manage, and respond to security alarms and incidents across their operations.

Christie Phoenix nodes are now collecting data from various physical and digital sources throughout American Water’s service areas, including streaming video and audio, desktop captures, online information, local cable television feeds, and facility systems. The captured information is simultaneously being presented onto a display wall. Installed under the guidance of Class Craft Audio Video, the system was designed to be energy and space efficient, have low operating costs, and promote efficient security monitoring operations. From the display wall, information can quickly and easily be integrated, customized, recalled and shared from multiple locations and multiple sources with high accuracy and reliability.

“With several hundred IP-based sources we needed the ability to create custom layouts that could be recalled on-the-fly and quickly, allowing us to respond to alarms and incidents the moment they occur,” explained Nicholas Santillo Jr., CPP, PSP, Director of Operations Security for American Water. “It was important to select the right technology that would give us the best capabilities at the lowest cost of ownership – while allowing us more efficiency, and reliability in the management of our security monitoring operations.”

Simple, Reliable, Flexible, Scalable – Christie Solutions Fit the Bill
American Water and ClassCraft chose the Christie Phoenix solution after reviewing and comparing many other options. According to Michael W. Class of ClassCraft Audio Video, there were several requirements and challenges involved in the project that made Christie Phoenix the perfect solution for the job. Among them, the system needed to be simple, reliable, and easily operated by the security staff.

“Christie control room solutions are consistently reliable and simple to deploy, compared to other products that are out on the market – it’s something a buyer can understand,” said Class. “In addition, the product was the easiest to install and configure making it more cost effective than other solutions. This was a major consideration in my decision to recommend that solution over others that I saw.”

Another factor was the Christie Phoenix’s scalability, which allows American Water the ability to scale that solution up or down, as needed, to meet operational requirements. “It’s a key feature that we wanted in the environment and that the other solution providers did not offer,” noted Santillo.

He continued: “When we compared Christie Phoenix to other products on the market, the decision was clear. Simplicity, reliability, and low total cost of ownership were paramount. Other vendors’ complex solutions with multiple servers and switchers would mean more potential points of failure throughout the system with associated higher costs. Christie Phoenix is a simple design and a single-SKU solution, enabling us aggregate information quickly to ensure our employees’ and customers’ safety, protect our facilities, and provide holistic situational awareness to our operational teams.”

A Forward Looking Control Room
With the implementation of the new Operations Security Support Center, Christie’s commitment to service and quality has left a positive impression on American Water and ClassCraft. The Christie Phoenix system is operational, and American Water’s Operations Security professionals are pleased with the performance and reliability of the solution.

“The deployment of the Christie Phoenix at American Water has thus far been successful, providing a highly functional, highly adaptive solution that will meet their needs today, while also equipping them with the tools they need for solving tomorrow’s security problems,” said John Stark, senior director of Collaborative Visual Solutions at Christie. “By embracing forward-looking trends and using Christie Phoenix’s network-distributed, IP-based solution, American Water has developed a model for digital public utility control rooms.”

Christie Phoenix is a network distributed open content management system for simultaneous encode, decode and display of audio-visual data, enabling seamless access and control of audio-visual data, regardless of the user’s location.

WorldStage & Good Sense & Company Support YouTube’s Expansive Vision at Brandcast 2013

For the second consecutive year WorldStage provided video and lighting support – and a new surprise reveal – to Good Sense & Company’s production of the YouTube Brandcast, which gives marketers and agencies a peek at YouTube’s new original programming and insights into the world’s biggest audience. The upfront-style event held at New York City’s Pier 36 Basketball City featured everyone from Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google, to Jeffrey Katzenberg, co-founder of DreamWorks SKG, with performances by Snoop Lion, Lindsey Stirling, CDZA and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.

YouTube is unlike any other purveyor of media. It attracts billions of viewers a month who tune in to see 72 hours of new contents uploaded every minute, including original programming and commissioned projects. Condensing the unique brand that is YouTube into a coherent message for potential advertisers was no simple feat.

“Although last year’s Brandcast was a success, this year they wanted something different; they wanted Brandcast reinvented with new tech and theatrical ‘wow!’ moments that would make the show feel fresh,” says Jared Siegel, co-founder and production director at Good Sense & Company. “We brought in WorldStage for preliminary meetings with the creative team last fall to talk about different ideas with the new set designer, an LA-based TV designer. We came up with a community theme since YouTube users are also YouTube creators. And with content paramount, we planned a big reveal moment.”

Anton Goss of Consortium Studios devised a wraparound design for the venue, Pier 36 Basketball City, which is very wide but relatively shallow. “The space was a challenge because, for this event, it had to be configured along the long dimension,” Siegel admits. To reflect YouTube’s extraordinary reach, WorldStage integrated hundreds of feed of LED and projection display screens into the 450′ wide stage and presentation structure that nearly surrounded the large audience.

Just when the audience thought they had seen everything they were going to see during the impressive show, the huge video display split apart to reveal the headline entertainer performing on a video display-covered stage that rose from the floor.

“No one expected the main LED wall to split down the middle to reveal the final performer, Macklemore – a big YouTube star, who performed two of his hits,” says Siegel. “It was a big surprise moment – no one had any idea that it would open up. We threw an additional cast of 225 extras on stage for a fun, live, high-energy moment that helped symbolize the YouTube community.”

“For a production this size, the set up went really well thanks to the planning of Good Sense, the capabilities of the Local 1 crew and our experience supporting big-venue shows,” says WorldStage event manager Josh Perlman, who also served as the project manager in charge of all video and lighting. “The Brandcast was big, very big, and it was pulled it off without a hitch.”

WorldStage provided Dataton WATCHOUT to drive playback on the LED and projection screens, Playback Pros for sizzle reel and pre- and post-show playback, Vista Systems Spyder X20s for image processing and Sony cameras for the live feeds plus extensive signal processing gear.

“There was so much content to deal with – the files were huge!” Siegel recalls. “WorldStage built the largest video village backstage that I’ve ever seen for a temp venue and they really killed it! The YouTube Brandcast got rave reviews, and the client was absolutely thrilled. No one could get over how big it was. And everything worked amazingly well.”

At WorldStage, Mike Alboher was the EIC, Jason Spencer the Spyder technician and Rob Montenegro the lead for the LED signal processing. The WATCHOUT system was programmed by Michael Kohler with Raul Herrara systems tech and Lucy MacKinnon content manager. David Klein operated the Playback Pro; Pete Cerreta managed the cameras and recording systems. Mike Naylor shaded the cameras and was the senior engineer overseeing the camera package. J. Weise managed the entire cable install. Showmotion Inc. provided the staging & automation for the reveal. One Dream provided the audio.

WorldStage’s Erik Perry was the lighting project manager working with lighting designer Chris Dallos and his production electricians.

WorldStage Inc., the company created by the merger of Scharff Weisberg Inc and Video Applications Inc, continues a thirty-year legacy of providing clients the widest variety of entertainment technology coupled with conscientious and imaginative engineering services. WorldStage provides audio, video and lighting equipment and services to the event, theatrical, broadcast and brand experience markets nationally and internationally.

Good Sense & Company is a creative and production service agency that manages live events for some of the biggest and most enterprising arts & entertainment groups, charities, corporations and private interests around the world.

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DPA Microphones Bring Exceptional Clarity To Suede’s Guitars

Indie-rock stalwarts Suede, which released its sixth album Bloodsports in March 2013, recently recorded a live acoustic session for Absolute Radio at the world-famous Abbey Road studios in London.

The equipment line-up for this important gig incorporated three DPA d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphones, which were chosen for their clarity and exceptional audio quality.

Suede’s Neil Codling, who plays keyboards and rhythm guitar, was instrumental in the choice of microphones, specifying them for his own Martin D28 guitar and also for Richard Oakes’ Gibson J200 lead guitar and Matt Osman’s Dean acoustic bass. DPA’s UK distributor Sound Network was happy to supply the microphones.

“In an ideal world, a microphone should almost disappear, allowing the sound source to reach the listener’s ear unimpeded, dissolving the artifice of a recording,” Neil Codling says. “Like the best condenser mics, the DPA d:vote 4099 Clip Microphones capture what is happening in the room with clarity and life, putting you there, in the path of the shifting air. The wonder is that, wherever you place them, d:vote 4099 microphones give you a sound you can build a mix around, or incorporate into a mix without fuss. It’s as if they have one enormous sweet spot.”

Codling was introduced to DPA Microphones by Front of House sound engineer Jamie Orchard-Lisle, who is closely involved with the chamber orchestra Penguin Café, of which Codling is also a member.

“When I have downtime from Suede, I play in Penguin Cafe, which has a different acoustic flavour: violins, viola, cello, double bass, ukuleles, Venezuelan cuatros,” Codling says. “Whatever you point the DPA d:vote 4099 at, they seem to capture the essence of the instrument, its subtle timbres and the full breadth of its dynamic range. You get warmth without boom, intimacy without overpowering mids, clarity without brittleness. You just point them at the sound source and they sound great.”

Getting the opportunity to use DPA d:vote 4099 Instrument Microphones for the Abbey Road session was something Neil Codling jumped at – and he also enjoyed being able to acquaint other members of Suede to DPA’s high-end audio quality.

“When you introduce someone to DPA microphones for the first time, there’s always an exchange of looks on first hearing that says ‘wow, this sounds special!’” he says. “Even when you first set them up, it’s as if you’ve reached that point where you say ‘don’t touch a thing: that’s perfect.’ It’s a happy knack, and you just have to hit ‘record’ and enjoy it.”
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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

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