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Malaysian Holy Light Church Chooses Meyer Sound MINA

Originally founded in Johor Bahru, Malaysia by Presbyterian missionaries from England, the English-speaking congregation of Holy Light Church celebrated its 60th anniversary with the completion of a gleaming white new church building. To ensure clarity for speech and music, this new worship hall has installed a Meyer Sound MINA™ line array loudspeaker system.

The hall’s architecture features a high-peaked ceiling and ample windows which give a feeling of natural light and open space. This design also introduces reverberation for choirs in traditional worship services, though these same acoustical conditions introduce problems for both spoken word and amplified contemporary praise bands. To find the best solution, the church went to Danny Kinchang of Selangor, Malaysia-based First Live Sound Sdn. Bhd.

“The church’s range of worship styles coupled with its reverberant hall meant that good directional control was crucial in the loudspeakers,” says Kinchang. “That’s one reason I chose the MINA arrays. Their compact design was a perfect fit for the room, and I knew they would deliver controlled clarity throughout the congregation seating areas.”

Covering the main hall are two main arrays with five MINA loudspeakers each. Two 500-HP subwoofers provide low end, while two UPM-1P loudspeakers offer front fill. A connected low-ceilinged rear entry hall is also covered by a self-powered system comprising two each UP-4XP 48 V loudspeakers and MM-4XP self-powered loudspeakers, plus two MM-10 subwoofers. A Galileo® loudspeaker management system featuring one Galileo 408 processor supplies system drive, delay and equalization.

The Meyer Sound system is mixed on a Yamaha IM8-32 analog console, with wireless microphone systems from Shure and JTS.

“We very much wanted a system with clarity and good musical quality, not simply ‘musical noise,’” says Pastor Gan. “I trusted Danny, and he did not disappoint us.”

First Live Sound Sdn. Bhd offers sound system design and installation services along with in-depth audio education courses.

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Chromasound Provides Hungary’s Agora Centre with Dual Meyer Sound Systems

The Agora community and arts centre (Hungarian: A Vértes Agorája) in Tatabánya, Hungary, has been equipped with two Meyer Sound systems, supplied by Budapest-based Chromasound.

In the Agora theatre, Chromasound installed a permanent CQ-1 loudspeaker system  to support small ensemble musical and theatrical performances. A separate mobile system, based on the Meyer Sound JM-1P arrayable loudspeaker, complements the CQ-1 system during rock concerts, and is also used for outdoor events. The upgrade at the Agora was part of a wider government initiative to upgrade Hungary’s cultural facilities.

“The mobile system is capable of delivering a very high SPL, and the integration between the mobile and installed systems is easy to achieve,” says Makkay Imre, director of Chromasound. “The outstanding quality of the Meyer Sound loudspeakers proved itself from the moment the first fader went up.”

The installed system comprises a CQ-1 loudspeaker and a 700-HP subwoofer per side, while two UPA-1P and UPM-1P loudspeakers each provide fill as required. System optimization is handled by a Galileo loudspeaker management system featuring one Galileo 408 processor.

Agora’s mobile configuration consists of four JM-1P arrayable loudspeakers and two 700-HP subwoofers per side, as well as a Galileo system with a Galileo 408 processor. DiGiCo SD9 digital consoles are used for both the permanent and portable systems. In addition to supplying equipment, Chromasound also provided training to the technicians at the Agora.

With a goal of preserving Hungarian traditions while also looking to the future, the Agora is used for a variety of local community events and activities, including concerts, sports, lectures, technology education, competitions, and art exhibitions.

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Meyer Sound MINA Brings Clarity to Great Ideas at San Francisco’s Nourse Theatre

After 32 years at the Herbst Theatre, San Francisco’s City Arts & Lectures has moved its presentations two blocks away to the Nourse Theatre. Through a Meyer Sound MINA™ line array loudspeaker system, audiences of up to 1,680 are drawn into intimate, thought-provoking conversations with leaders of thought and culture. They include luminaries such as former Vice President Al Gore, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, and best-selling authors Michael Lewis and Joyce Carol Oates.

“This new Meyer system has taken the sound to a level of quality that amazes us,” remarks Sydney Goldstein, the founding executive director of City Arts & Lectures. “With the spoken word, standards for clarity are extremely high, and in that regard there are simply no bad seats anywhere in the Nourse.”

Limited resources were available for acoustical treatment when City Arts & Lectures relocated to the Nourse Theatre, a 1920s high school hall that later fell into use as a storage facility. As a result, loudspeaker system intelligibility became a top priority for Mark Roos, audio system designer and project manager for local systems integrator BBI Engineering.

“MINA arrays were an ideal solution,” says Roos. “They are a perfect fit for the room, and we split the arrays into two zones so that balcony coverage could be turned off if those seats aren’t used, resulting in better clarity below. The fact that they are self-powered was also a plus, as we had little room for amp racks.”

In addition to the 16 MINA loudspeakers, the Nourse installation also comprises seven UP-4XP 48 V loudspeakers as front fill, four 500-HP subwoofers, and a Galileo® loudspeaker management system with two Galileo 616 processors.

Goldstein notes that the new Meyer Sound system is capable of supporting folk and jazz musical events as well as speech. “Sound is by far the most important factor when involving the audience in a personal conversation,” says Goldstein. “With this Meyer system, if you close your eyes, you imagine yourself in a smaller, more intimate space.”

For most presentations at the Nourse, Technical Director Masae Aitoku gives the guest speakers and interviewers Countryman E6 headset microphones with Shure BETA 87 handhelds for audience Q&A, which are all transmitted via Shure UHF-R wireless systems. The mixing console is a Yamaha M7CL.

Launched by Goldstein in 1980, the non-profit City Arts & Lectures offers more than 50 lectures and onstage conversations each year, along with occasional surprise performances, film tributes, and concerts, which are broadcast nationally on over 170 public radio stations. Presenters include outstanding writers, critics, scientists, performing artists, and cultural figures from around the world.

The Nourse Theatre is owned by the San Francisco Unified School District, with operations managed by City Arts & Lectures.

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Meyer Sound LEO Reproduces Michael Bublé at London’s O2 Arena Like a “Fine Studio Monitor”

For Michael Bublé’s 10 consecutive sellouts at London’s O2 Arena, FOH engineer Craig Doubet mixed the shows for 16,000 fans per night on a powerful Meyer Sound LEO™ linear large-scale sound reinforcement system. The system was provided by Montreal-based Solotech.

“The fact that I can cover a huge arena like this without setting up delays or tapping into the house system is just astonishing,” says Doubet, Bublé’s FOH engineer since 2007. “The furthest seat is 350 feet from the arrays, but when I turn around I see people way in the back dancing and partying, so I know it’s working up there.”

The LEO system deployed for the O2 shows was built around main hangs of 14-each LEO-M line array loudspeakers, with underhangs of four-each MICA® line array loudspeakers. Outfill arrays comprised 14 MICA loudspeakers per side, 10 M’elodie® line array loudspeakers supplied front fill, and six JM-1P arrayable loudspeakers were flown as upstage corner and front center fills. Low end was supplied by cardioid arrays of eight 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements per side, plus six 700-HP subwoofers on the deck.

A Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system featuring three Galileo Callisto and one Galileo 616 AES processors optimized performance. Foldback was provided by seven MJF-212A stage monitors and twin side fills of six-each M’elodie loudspeakers.

“I am very impressed with the MJF-212A monitors,” says Matt Napier, monitor engineer for Bublé. “Most of the acts I work with use exclusively in-ear monitors (IEM), but Michael likes to work without IEM on occasion. With its high SPL, vocal clarity, and small footprint, the MJF-212A allows me to keep both the artist and visual departments happy.”

The full system was designed by Doubet in collaboration with David Brazeau, Solotech technical advisor and Louis-Phillippe Maziade, tour systems tech.

“LEO’s voice quality is exceptional, but I also like the way I can hit the system dynamically,” says Doubet. “The band and seven singers are augmented by an eight-piece horn section or an eight-piece string section, and the sound can go from very soft to quite loud. But with LEO’s huge power reserves, I can mix the system like it’s a fine studio monitor.”

Doubet is equally impressed with the power and control of the 1100-LFC loudspeakers. “The whole LEO rig has a very muscular sound, and is amazingly well controlled—the stage is dead quiet. People come on stage and ask, ‘Is the PA on?’ That’s because everything is going forward, not downward.”

Doubet mixed behind an Avid Profile console with its 96 inputs nearly filled to capacity. Console plug-ins were supplemented with Lexicon PCM92 and 480L effects units, and two BSS DPR-901 dynamic equalizers. Monitor Engineer Matt Napier used a DiGiCo SD7 console, while Bublé sang through a Neumann KMS 104 microphone, and DPA microphones were used for piano, strings, and horns.

After the London run, the LEO system was scaled down slightly for five shows at Dublin’s O2 Arena. Beginning in early September, Solotech’s LEO system will accompany Bublé on an extensive tour of large arenas across America, with at least 37 shows slated through the end of November.

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Univera Improves Communications with New HD Streaming Video System Designed By ABS

SEATAC, WA — Professional video and audio systems integration firm Advanced Broadcast Solutions (ABS) today announced it designed and built an HD video production system for Univera, a Seattle-based direct selling organization that produces and markets health and wellness nutritional supplements. The new system is used to produce videos of meetings and other presentations, which are streamed live to the company’s sales force.

Univera products – including Xtra, its flagship product line – are sold by hundreds of thousands of associates across the United States and Canada, so face-to-face communication is not an efficient method of communication. The new streaming video system allows Univera executives to address more than a roomful of associates at a time. A recent presentation, for example, was shared with dozens of associate groups on the East Coast.

“We’re a relatively small organization. Everything was face-to-face before – it was expensive and time consuming, and we weren’t reaching everybody,” explained Craig Ardis, director of event management. “We wanted to merge the value of live meetings with Web-based broadcasting to reach more associates around the world. This helps us get the message out in a more efficient way.”

Univera’s main auditorium comfortably seats 150 people and includes a small, raised platform for presenters. Apart from a limited sound system, there was no existing infrastructure in place. ABS installed three Panasonic AW-HE60SN HD PTZ cameras, two for the dais and one for audience shots.

The dais was lit using Brightline T-Series fluorescent instruments, and the rest of the lighting in the auditorium was changed so the audience shots would match. Panasonic PT-EZ570U HD projectors were also installed to display PowerPoint presentations and other graphics for the auditorium audience.

A small control room connected to the auditorium was built around a Broadcast Pix Mica 500 integrated production system. It is used as a production switcher, but Univera utilizes a number of integrated features – camera control, built-in Inscriber CG, clip and graphic stores, and multi-view – so presentations can be produced with minimal staff. Three of the four LCD monitors in the control room are Planar PX2230MW 22-inch touchscreens that are used to control the Mica during productions. The fourth is a Panasonic BT-L2150PJ 21.5-inch monitor, which is used as a reference monitor.

The audio system can be run manually or automatically. It features a Mackie DL1608 16-channel wireless mixer with iPad control, Shure ULXD4Q quad-channel digital wireless receiver, and Symetrix Solus 8 audio processing. Footage is captured to an AJA Ki Pro, which feeds an AJA Io XT attached to a MacBook Pro equipped with Telestream Wirecast software for live streaming and webcasting.

Univera’s headquarters also include a large atrium area, which is used during presentations to handle audience overflow. An output from the Broadcast Pix Mica is used to feed a Sharp LC-70LE847U 70-inch AQUOS Quattron LED Smart TV in the atrium.

According to Leighton Hanson, production manager, the new video production system is being used about four times per month, but there are plans to increase usage for internal and external communications. The company is also installing a green screen to utilize Mica’s built-in virtual set technology, and a LifeSize Express 220 HD teleconferencing system, also installed by ABS, will soon add interactivity to presentations.

The project had an aggressive timeline, with a December 2012 start date and the first video presentation scheduled for early January 2013. After considering other vendors, Univera chose ABS to handle the project. Within two weeks, ABS created a plan and was able to get the system functioning for a meeting in early January 2013.

Admittedly, because of the quick turnaround required, Univera did not have a complete strategy in place before ABS began work on the project. The strategy developed during the install; as a result, specifications changed throughout the process. Despite the changes, ABS was able to complete the project on budget.

“We love the system. Without them, we could not have accomplished what we needed,” Hanson added. “ABS knew where we wanted to be and they managed the project very well, especially with all the changes we threw at them.”

About ABS:

Based in SeaTac, WA, ABS (Advanced Broadcast Solutions) delivers customized, technologically superior solutions for broadcast, corporate, house of worship, entertainment, government, and educational facilities – from design and integration to installation and support services. Since 1982, its experienced technical staff has installed more than 700 systems for clients including Fisher Communications, Cowles California Media, Real Networks, Cisco Systems, and Microsoft Studios. For more information, call 206-870-0244 or visit www.advancedbroadcastsolutions.com.

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Citylight Supplies HARMAN Martin MAC Lighting For “The Voice” Spain

AARHUS, Denmark — Drawing an immense following since its debut in September 2012, reality television singing competition “The Voice,” or “La Voz,” in Spain, has become a social phenomenon. To help accentuate the live performances, live drama and the jury of popular Spanish singers: Rosario Flores, David Bisbal, Malú and Melendi, Madrid-based full-service rental, sales and installation company Citylight installed a complete HARMAN Martin MAC lighting rig.

Citylight Lighting Designer Julián Perez’s lighting design includes an abundance of Martin products including MAC III Profile, MAC 2000 Profile and Wash, MAC TW1, MAC 600 NT, MAC 550, MAC 250 Krypton, MAC 250 Wash and MAC 250 Beam luminaires, as well as Martin Stagebar 54 L battens and Atomic 3000 strobes. The upcoming 2013 season will also incorporate more than 30 of Martin’s new Rush Strobe 1 5×5 effect lights.

Perez has been especially impressed with the Martin MAC III Profile. “Thanks to the MAC III’s power, incredible gobos and zoom system we could get a great range of well-defined beam effects or cover big areas, even when using high rates of conventional lighting. It also comes with a great electronic shutter that creates instant effects without the need for complex programming.”

Perez continued, “The MAC 250 Wash/Beam surprised us with its two types of projection – the wash, which we used in different productions with great results, and a beam that proved to be amazing throughout the production that very much impressed our colleagues.”

For Photography Director Ángel Blanco, the tungsten-based MAC TW1 wash light was a great addition to the set. “Thanks to the versatility of the MAC TW1 we were able to illuminate and color different scenarios in shades not all luminaires can reproduce, and in a reduced period of time with no need to redirect conventional lighting equipment,” Blanco stated. “We could even use the projectors, especially in live shows, to replace traditional Fresnel lighting equipment in case a lamp failed. They adjusted perfectly to the color temperature and flow of the projector if they needed to be replaced.”

“We chose Martin projectors because they are reliable and versatile,” said “La Voz” Lighting Director Juan Carlos. “They have easily adapted to changes in the seven months of production and three different program formats. We’ve also received excellent technical service from Martin representatives in Spain.”

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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Living Word Gets Renkus-Heinz

 

Aldergrove, BC …. An hour southeast of Vancouver and mere minutes from Canada’s southern border, the town of Aldergrove is home to Living Word Fellowship. The church purchased a “fixer-upper” and began major upgrades to prepare the building for services.

The 550-seat sanctuary recently underwent a long-needed expansion and renovation that included new acoustical treatment, audio, and video systems designed and installed by Langley, BC-based Pro Sound and Stage Lighting Ltd. As Pro Sound’s John Drake explains,”the sanctuary was built in 1982, but the equipment that was in there dated back to the 1970s, so the update was long overdue.”

The room’s physical dimensions presented some challenges, says Drake. “It’s a relatively wide room, and not very deep. For the congregation, it’s great, because no matter where you sit, you feel close to the platform. But it definitely presented some issues in terms of coverage.”

Adding to the challenge was the sanctuary’s low ceiling, which limited the possibilies. “The system design would have been a whole lot easier if the ceiling had been about 15 feet higher,” saysDrake. “As it is, the sound tends to get a bit dense in the center, so we needed speakers that gave us an exceptional degree of pattern control.”
Using Acoustical Simulation software - EASE, Pro Sound modeled the sanctuary, from the acoustical treatment on the walls and balcony to a new audio system based around a main Left-Right-Center cluster of three Renkus-HeinzPN121/6 12-inch two-way loudspeakers. A pair of PN61R 6-inch boxesprovides additional over-balcony fill.

Mounted in the steps of the stage platform, five CFX42 dual 4-inch two-way stair-step loudspeakers provide additional front fill coverage for the lower seating nearest the stage. “Rather than use side fills, we opted to aim the center cluster a bit higher to cover the balcony, which it does verywell, and we added the speakers in the stairs for front fill,” says Drake. “Each of the stair step speaker is separately delayed. The imaging is exceptionally good no matter where you’re sitting.”

A pair of PN212SR subwoofers mounted above the platform add deep low frequency support. A Midas Pro2 digital console covers Front of House duties, while a Biamp Audia handles system drive and processing. On the platform, four PN121M floor monitors provide sound for the ministers and musicians. “The Renkus-Heinz speakers were really the best choice in terms of coverage and performance,” says Drake. “They were a great fit for the room, and for the Church’s program needs.”

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Headquartered in Foothill Ranch, California, Renkus-Heinz, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of audio operations networks, digitally steerable arrays, powered and non-powered loudspeakers, system specific electronics and fully integrated Reference Point Array systems.

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Visual Unity and PROVYS Announce Their Strategic Partnership at IBC 2013

Leading OTT and Multiscreen solutions provider Visual Unity will be joining forces with media software solutions provider PROVYS at IBC 2013 to show how the two companies are integrating Visual Unity’s next generation vuMedia™ Over the Top (OTT) platform with PROVYS’ advanced broadcast management and planning system.

This ground-breaking partnership between Visual Unity and PROVYS will be on show at IBC 2013 at the Visual Unity stand 114 in Hall 14 and at the Provys stand in Hall 2, stand B49.

Visual Unity’s vuMedia™ offers the ability to manage and monetize audio, video and image libraries – quickly and easily. This Cloud-based service alleviates the need for businesses to build an expensive, in-house and resource-intensive media library by allowing content owners and distributors to publish content online. The platform also supports live streaming of 4K UHD, or High Definition video. Graphics and other audio and visual material can be associated with files, for brand promotion or to generate advertisement revenue.

PROVYS’ software solution provides broadcasters with the mature and robust channel management and advertisement sales tools needed to increase productivity and gain strategic insight into business processes.

Integration of vuMedia™ with PROVYS is seamless. No additional inputs are required. Customers who choose PROVYS with vuMedia™ will have front-end access to their own catalogue, charts and metadata, as well as a video player with a smart URL, which will allow movies to be played on a variety of different devices. Other vumedia™ features include statistical analysis, advertisement injection and social network integration are also available, bringing the full power of OTT to a much wider audience.

TV schedules can also appear within vuMedia™. The TV schedule can be composed of Live, VoD or Catch-up content. Visual Unity processes the titles based on the rights that belong to each particular content. Subscribers can easily access their content on any device, not only through a catalogue interface, but also through a TV schedule (program guide), which lists what will be broadcast and when. Furthermore, end users can access their favourite content even after it finishes, using multi-hour buffering. With vuMedia™, subscribers can watch their entertainment on any device, anytime and anywhere.

Tomas Petru, CEO of Visual Unity, says: “This is a significant development for PROVYS’ customers as it offers a completely automated online video platform where content can be managed centrally, thus saving time, equipment cost and manpower. It will also increase business bandwidth by providing broadcasters with an easy and effective way to utilize all their content rights.”

The new solution is completely connected to Visual Unity’s content delivery Network (CDN) module, vuNet™, with connectors to other worldwide CDN’s such as Akamai, Limelight, Level3, Du and MediaNova.

Josef Vasica, CEO of PROVYS comments, “We are delighted to present the results of our common development at our booth. Visual Unity brings years of OTT expertise and breath of services that complement our own. This as a triple win situation for all: PROVYS, Visual, and our customers. The combined best practices allow us to build even better products, services and overall solutions for our clients.”

Gabriel Dusil, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Strategy, adds: “This is an exciting joint project we have developed with PROVYS, and we see it as a major endorsement of our vuMedia™ OTT platform. Our joint offering is a solution that speaks to what is at the top of the broadcaster’s agenda – a Cloud-based service that allows them to maintain rights to their content, while providing flexible methods to monetize their titles onto multiple screens.”

For more information and a demo during IBC 2013, please visit PROVYS at 2.B49 or Visual Unity at 14.114.

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About Visual Unity

Visual Unity is a global provider of video and digital media solutions, enabling our clients to deliver premium quality video content. Our clients can measure, analyze and optimize their libraries over time and achieve optimal business success. Our platform capabilities inspire our clients to deploy their assets across multiple devices, screens, and media formats. Visual Unity helps clients manage, deliver and monetize their digital content.

Visual Unity is a Multiscreen Solution Provider, bridging the gap between linear broadcast, IT and IPTV to help clients reach and engage audiences on any screen. Since 1991, the team has been designing and delivering turnkey broadcast and complex multiscreen solutions worldwide – from HD outside Broadcast (OB) vehicles and major playout facilities to live internet streaming and Video on Demand services. Visual Unity’s award-winning vuMediaTM platform helps broadcasters and content owners control how their brand and assets are managed and monetized in the multiscreen environment. vuMediaTM is a highly scalable and a modular architecture, delivering a cutting-edge live viewing experience on the web or any mobile or connected device – all of which can be deployed into existing workflows and business processes.

Visual Unity is based in Prague, London, Cologne, Moscow, Bratislava, Belgrade, Nairobi and Dubai. For further information, please visit www.visualunity.com
Visual Unity: Na hrebenech II 1718/8, Prague 4, 147 00, Czech Republic
T: +420 271 742 111 F: +420 271 742 112 E: info@visualunity.com

About PROVYS

PROVYS channel management system for TV broadcasters was created by DCIT Incorporated in 1997. Since then, its continuous development has expanded its capabilities and power, enabling cost reduction and improved efficiency. It is now used by hundreds of broadcast channels – including five national broadcasters and several renowned global companies such as Sony Pictures, Arqiva, Polsat and CME.
The core functions of PROVYS “TVoffice solution” provide the basis of an efficient and secure environment that supports the business objectives of any broadcaster, seamlessly linking all the business processes. The modular architecture provides a wide spectrum of options to suit every broadcaster, with expansion into new areas to cover growing user requirements.
PROVYS support services have a great reputation. Available around the clock, the support team provides reliable and highly responsive user support and technical assistance.

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L-ACOUSTICS is Big News at Free Press Summer Festival

LD Systems deploys K1 for top artists on FPSF’s two largest stages

HOUSTON, Texas – August 2013 — Over the past five years, the Free Press Summer Festival (FPSF), staged at Eleanor Tinsley Park just west of downtown Houston, has quickly grown into one of Texas’ most eagerly anticipated music festivals. This year notably marked the first time that the event completely sold out in advance, ultimately drawing nearly 100,000 concertgoers to enjoy 90 national and local artists performing on six stages over two days.

Houston’s LD Systems once again served as the primary audio, video and lighting provider for FPSF 2013 and supplied production gear and services for the festival’s four primary stages. This year, however, the company chose to deploy L-ACOUSTICS K1 systems on the two largest stages, Mars and Saturn. more

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