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Display Development Introduces New 4K Models and Partners with Stewart Filmscreen at CEDIA

Batavia, NY—September 2013—Display Development, originator of the Residential Architectural Video System category, will introduce two new 4K projection systems during the 2013 CEDIA Expo in Denver, Colorado. The Reference ONE 4K and Digital Film 10 demonstrated in partnership with Stewart Filmscreen.

The main demonstration in Display Development’s Booth 3812 will be a Reference ONE 4K system using an 18’ Stewart CineCurve with GrayMatte 70 screen material. This system is the only custom residential high-frame-rate 4K projector that provides the ultimate personal cinema solution using Christie Digital projection as the base. The Digital Film 10, Display Development’s 4K system, boasts 22,000 lumens and is sure to provide incredibly bright and crisp images for the Director’s Choice 100 with SnoMatte 100 material demonstration in Stewart Fimscreen’s Booth 1720.

“With the combination of Display Development’s projector with Vari-Scope and a Director’s Choice 100 with SnoMatte 100 material, we have something that is as exciting as 4K or perhaps even more. This system is not only reference quality visually, but also representative of what the pinnacle should be for high end home theater systems to our business partners who service this market.” stated Joaquin Rivera, VP of Sales at Stewart Filmscreen. “We urge everyone to stop by these demos for the best demonstrations at the show!”

“We are thrilled to partner with Stewart Filmscreen at this year’s CEDIA Expo. It’s very important for us to have the best screens available to properly demonstrate why there is such excitement about DLP™ 4K systems,” said Jim Burns, president and co-founder of Display Development. “We’re delivering no less than professional-quality systems for the residential market, without inflated resolution claims, and with multiple options to suit the custom needs of our clients.”

Reference ONE 4K System
MSRP: $280,000-$400,000 depending on configuration

Digital Film 10
MSRP: $175,000

About Stewart Filmscreen:
Stewart Filmscreen is recognized as the ‘benchmark’ manufacturer of projection screens worldwide. The qualities that make Stewart Filmscreen products the pinnacle of optimal function and value are guaranteed by extreme attention to detail throughout all of the activities of the company. In order to satisfy customers and integrators worldwide, Stewart listens carefully, innovates thoughtfully and executes flawlessly, meeting or exceeding all customer expectations. Founded in 1947, Stewart Filmscreen has grown from a small business to an international corporation. Stewart is headquartered in Torrance California, and has an additional manufacturing facility in Cincinnati, Ohio. Satellite sales and manufacturing operations are maintained in Singapore and in Denmark.

About Display Development
Display Development delivers high-caliber architectural display systems, ranging from under $7,000 to $1,000,000 that are customized based on client expectations, room ergonomics, and environmental demands. Our mission is to provide a superior viewing experience in harmony with room décor. With a proven track record of 20 years, the core team of Display Development is responsible for bringing over 100 displays to market, many of which have received awards and accolades for their leading-edge technology.

Hal Leonard Publishes The Bruce Swedien Recording Method

Learn from the music engineer who recorded and mixed the biggest-selling albums of all time!

Montclair, NJ (September 19, 2013) – Bruce Swedien’s impact on popular music is undeniable. Engineers at all levels use Swedien’s recordings as a definitive sonic standard. The Bruce Swedien Recording Method is a timeless reference for anyone interested in capturing and mixing the best possible music recordings. From recording and mixing Michael Jackson’s albums (Off the Wall, Thriller, Bad, Dangerous, Invincible, and HIStory), to many Quincy Jones hits (The Dude, Back on the Block, Q’s Jook Joint, and many more), to the music of greats from Count Basie, Duke Ellington, the Brothers Johnson, and Natalie Cole, Bruce Swedien has always operated at the highest level of excellence and expertise.

The Bruce Swedien Recording Method explains many of the techniques Swedien has used to capture unforgettable drum, bass, guitar, keyboard, vocal, string, and brass sounds. Learn his rationale for selecting and placing microphones; see the innovative techniques he has used to create a technical workflow that emphasizes the importance of musical considerations; feel the passion invested by this iconic music engineer into doing whatever it takes to find the perfect sound for everything he records, whether tracking or mixing.

The accompanying DVD-ROM contains never-before-seen footage of Bruce Swedien working through a mix, explaining what he thinks about and why he works the way he does during the recording and mixing process. He further reveals what he looks for in a recording and the steps he takes to imprint his characteristic world-class sonic signature on the music he mixes.

“For someone who wants to learn how to record great music, there’s no one better to emulate than Bruce Swedien. Pay attention to how he records music, but just as important, pay attention to why he records music and to the care and love that go into how he works,” writes Quincy Jones in the book’s foreword. The Bruce Swedien Recording Method provides the reader with a unique insight into the approach and the mindset Swedien used to record the best-selling records of all time.

About the Author

Five-time Grammy winner – and thirteen-time Grammy nominee – Bruce Swedien recorded and mixed the best-selling album in the history of recorded music, Michael Jackson’s Thriller, yet he was first publicly recognized in 1962 with a Grammy nomination for Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons’ “Big Girls Don’t Cry.” Swedien has also been awarded ten Grammy certificates and two ASCAP composer awards, and has been nominated for five TEC Awards. His standard of excellence was established early in life as the child of active symphony musicians. Long renowned as the best in the business, Swedien resides in Florida with his high school sweetheart, Bea, and has a world-class studio on his property along with an amazing collection of new and classic microphones. He generously shares his recording techniques and philosophies in his master class, “In the Studio with Bruce Swedien.”

Please contact Music Marcom if you would like a review copy of this book, arrange for an interview with the editor or obtain excerpts for reprints.
Music Marcom
Martina McConnon
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The Bruce Swedien Recording Method
$39.99 (US)
Inventory #HL 00333302
ISBN: 9781458411198
Width: 8.5″ Length: 11.0″ 334 pages
More at: www.halleonardbooks.com and www.onstageandbackstage.wordpress.com

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Focusrite’s RedNet System Helps Keyboardist and Home Recordist Ken Christian Connect His Extensive Hardware Arsenal

Ken Christian is preparing to integrate his fourth RedNet 3 interface as he uses Focusrite’s acclaimed range of Ethernet-networked studio interfaces to connect his extensive collection of vintage analog and digital synthesizers

Exemplifying the next generation of home recordists, Ken Christian has been able to streamline his
workflow and studio setup via RedNet

Los Angeles, CA, September 19, 2013 –Ken Christian is an avid and accomplished keyboardist and home recordist, using a combination of Ableton Live® and Cubase® software to help create his music. To connect his large collection of vintage analog and digital synths and other gear, he has turned to RedNet, Focusrite’s acclaimed range of Ethernet-networked audio interfaces, based around the industry-standard Dante Ethernet audio networking system. The first to offer IP network audio interfaces for the recording studio, RedNet is suitable for any application that requires moving around high quality audio with high channel count and ultra-low latency. Focusrite’s RedNet is helping Christian streamline his workflow so he can focus on the music.

Christian’s setup includes vintage keyboards including a Moog MemoryMoog, Oberheim OB-8, Prophet 5, Yamaha CS70M, Korg MS-10, and a Roland Juno-60, as well as a wide variety of modern synths such as the Yamaha Motif, Korg Kronos, Korg R-3 and Dave Smith Tempest. Before he learned about Focusrite’s RedNet system, Christian says his studio was a maze of wires, patch bays and patch cords. Those are headed to eBay, he says, now that he’s discovered RedNet. “I have about forty classic synthesizers, going back to the 1970s – and this was the only way I had to route them,” he jokes, referring to the tangle of patch cords that he used to need to organize and record them, as well as connect them to his hardware outboard processors, another staple of classic pro audio that he likes to use. “It used to be very complicated, and I’d spend as much time routing as creating. Then I got RedNet, and it’s dramatically changed my studio and the way I work. I love it.”

Heading towards his fourth RedNet 3 unit – all purchased through Sweetwater – Christian now uses the 32-input devices to connect all of his hardware. Christian uses a combination of converters that he had prior to his RedNet system. The Focusrite AD/DA conversion he’s currently using to get optical into and out of the RedNet 3 are the Liquid Saffire 56, the Octopre MkII and the Octopre MkII Dynamic. All RedNet 3 units feed into a RedNet PCIe card with 128 inputs and outputs via a gigabit Ethernet switch.

RedNet 3 interfaces existing digital audio systems and components to the RedNet network with up to 32 inputs and outputs and full software remote control. The unit includes support for AES, S/PDIF and ADAT digital audio formats and allows the RedNet system to be synchronized to incoming signal-clock or a word-clock source. RedNet 3 is an elegantly simple means of converting 32 channels of audio and delivering it somewhere else on the network at near-zero latency.

“I’m going through a number of outboard devices, including my synths and the outboard processing,” he explains. “The RedNet 3 units route audio in and out, anywhere I need it, and I don’t have to think about it.”

As simple as RedNet has made his workflow, it has also changed the way his studio looks. “I can have a live-recording or work area anywhere in the house I have an Ethernet connection, so it’s really allowed me to expand the boundaries of my studio. I’m ready to buy my fourth RedNet 3, and that will increase my I/O capability to 128. RedNet is so easy, so simple, and so cool.”

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Christie’s Video Display Solutions for 24/7 Security and Surveillance on Display at ASIS 2013

Christie®, a global leader in visual display solutions, will showcase its integrated, high performance, high resolution mission critical video display wall solutions at ASIS 2013, the world’s most comprehensive educational and networking event in the security industry, September 24-26 in Chicago, Illinois. Purpose-built for control rooms in security and surveillance applications, Christie display solutions and content management represent 24/7 access, reliability and security for briefings, monitoring, and surveillance.

“Christie has been designing control room solutions for decades. Our standard and custom-designed video wall solutions are cost-effective and easily integrated into customers’ existing infrastructure,” said John Stark, senior director, Collaborative Visual Solutions, Christie. “Detecting and acting on security events quickly is paramount. Our solutions provide fluid ease of use and visual accuracy to support any security environment flawlessly and our team of engineers and technical experts approaches each project based on individual needs, ensuring the right technology is applied every time. Our customers can breathe easier knowing they are getting 24/7 reliability that allows them to monitor, review, and share information in real-time, mitigating any potential risk.”

Christie QuadHD84 LCD flat panel display


At ASIS, the Christie booth (#2383)will feature three different integrated options for video wall display for the security and surveillance industry, starting with a 3 by 2 curved 55 inch Christie FHD551-X LCD flat panel display, with content management and mobility driven by the all-new Christie® Phoenix™. The quad high definition Christie QuadHD84, with stunning resolution and 60Hz update rates will also be on display, with Christie Phoenix streaming live IP videos.The booth space will also showcase a 1 by 5 Christie® MicroTiles® tower.

55 inch Christie FHD551-X LCD flat panel with ultra-narrow bezel
The Christie FHD551-X 55 inch HD LCD flat panel, with seams as small as 5.9mm, permits each panel to offer high-pixel density and an LED-backlit screen, with full high-definition resolution for sharp looking images from any distance. The space-saving FHD551-X LCD flat panel uses less than one watt of power in standby mode and offers an exceptionally low total cost of ownership, with reliable performance.

Christie Phoenix for Control Rooms


Christie Phoenix
Launched earlier this year, the network-distributed open content management system Christie® Phoenix™, enables all users to easily access and control audio-visual data securely from anywhere, at any time via standard IP networking technology. With Christie Phoenix, the same information, presented in the same format simultaneously is made available to all users regardless of their location.

Christie MicroTiles
Ideal for command/control and surveillance, Christie MicroTiles feature super fine pixel pitch of 0.567mm, a narrow 10 inch (260mm) depth and continuous automatic color and brightness calibration. With its stunning image quality, 24/7 performance, minimal footprint and low cost of ownership, the MicroTiles can be stacked and configured into an endless variety of designs, and fit into nearly any environment.

Christie integrated video wall solutions are built with the latest display technologies, including DLP®, LCD and LED that deliver superior, long-life performance at the lowest cost of operation and processing and content management. The displays are found worldwide and range from American Water to the Dallas Police Department’s Fusion Center to Mexico’s ultra-modern Federal Police Intelligence.

Christie’s visual display systems are built on proven technologies, with many products listed in General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules 58 and 70.

Collaborative visual solutions for mission-critical monitoring
Today’s control rooms go beyond traditional displaying and monitoring and Christie’s collaborative visual solutions are removing boundaries and enabling expansive collaboration for many of the world’s most mission-critical operations. By integrating stunning zero-maintenance displays with the power of the network, Christie is completely redefining the control room space, and setting the stage for an increasingly distributed control room environment. Across every sector in business, commerce and government, Christie is raising the bar beyond today’s stringent control room requirements.

Paul Salvini, Christie CTO, Featured Speaker at Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference


Christie®, a world leader in advanced cinema technologies and visual displays, is pleased to announce that Dr. Paul Salvini, its Chief Technology Officer, will be a featured speaker at the 2nd annual Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference taking place at the Bell TIFF Lightbox Theatre from September 20 to 23.

Dr. Salvini is one of two speakers on the topic of Laser Projection scheduled for
2:30 p.m. on Sunday, September 22 in Cinema 2. His presentation will focus on recent technological advances in laser projection and how these will influence the future of cinema and visual display projection techniques. The second speaker is Peter Ludé, a prominent engineering leader in broadcast and digital media, who will highlight the regulatory and safety issues raised by this leading edge technology. Both speakers will be available for a Q&A session following their presentations.

Dr. Salvini has led award-winning teams of engineers and software developers in bringing to market advanced visualization, simulation and display technologies. He has worked with 3D animation for major Hollywood film studios and has expertise in turning complex data sets into visualization solutions for defense and academic entities, as well as for the entertainment world.

Dr. Salvini has an equally accomplished academic career. Currently president of the University of Waterloo Alumni Council and holding appointments as Adjunct Professor of Engineering and KMDI Senior Research Fellow at the University of Toronto, he also serves on a number of boards relating to digital media research in the areas of graphics information visualization and 3D film innovation.

Mr. Ludé most recently was Senior Vice President of Sony’s Silicon Valley research and development labs where his work included workflow software for movie production, stereoscopic imaging and the next generation of 4K laser projectors for digital cinema. He is a past President of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers and also co-founder and past Chairman of the Laser Illuminated Projector Association (http://lipainfo.org/).

The conference is an unique international gathering of creative, scientific and business minds discussing, discovering and inspiring innovation in “Stereoscopic 3D” cinema. Brought together by the 3D Film Innovation Consortium, it offers the highest quality discussions on the creative, scientific and business challenges and possibilities of stereoscopic 3D.

Vaddio Extends Live Technical Support Hours to Better Serve Customers

Vaddio has extended its availability for live technical support from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. (CST) beginning October 1st, 2013. It’s not always possible to get in touch with a live person for technical support during an early morning video call or late night live event.

“Good support, provided directly from the manufacturer, is critical to keeping systems running successfully,” explained Vaddio CEO and President, Rob Sheeley. “Vaddio stands by providing the right information, tools and solutions to get questions addressed quickly and efficiently. Plus, customers get a single point-of-contact to help diagnose and troubleshoot concerns.”

The Vaddio technical support team is comprised of veteran AV professionals and engineers who have extensive experience with not only Vaddio products, but also Vaddio integrated AV solutions – regardless of the vendor. The Vaddio support team can be reached directly at (763) 971-4428. Additional install guides, technical support documents and support tools are available through Vaddio’s Technical Support Center at support.vaddio.com.

Vaddio’s innovative products and partner-focused practices provide opportunity for integrators and resellers to win business and increase profitability. With industry-leading warranties, one-year advance replacement, and expert technical support, customers have the entire Vaddio team standing behind every project.

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About Vaddio:
Vaddio is the premier global manufacturer of PTZ cameras, specialty camera control systems and professional USB peripherals for the audiovisual, videoconference and broadcast marketplaces. In applications ranging from distance learning to corporate conferencing and television production, Vaddio products bring class-leading capabilities, convenience and flexibility to you and your customers alike—elevating the science of communication with the Art of Easy. To learn more or to become a dealer, contact Vaddio at www.vaddio.com or by phone at 1 (800) 572-2011.

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Meyer Sound LEO Eliminates Delay Towers at Sweden’s Way Out West Festival

Located in Gothenburg, Sweden’s Slottsskogen park, this year’s Way Out West was headlined by Alicia Keys, Public Enemy, and Bat For Lashes. Swedish full service event technology provider Starlight provided all lighting, staging, and sound equipment for the festival. For the main Flamingo stage, it provided a Meyer Sound LEO™ linear large-scale sound reinforcement system, which provided the long throw and headroom that allowed the crew to waive the delay support typically required in this venue. 

“The equipment we deploy is all driven by demand, and this is why we invested in LEO,” says Håkan Axlid, production manager for Starlight. “The clarity of this system at 120 meters is totally flabbergasting, and we’ve been able to eliminate all our delay towers.”

Marcus Agnesund, FOH engineer for Swedish artist Daniel Adams-Ray, concurs: “The experience was great—so much headroom and clarity meant less to worry about. With LEO, you get a completely constant EQ. Unlike many other systems, the sound doesn’t change when you turn it up, which is fantastic. The configuration here meant a lot of thump at the bottom end. I’d recommend LEO to all engineers.”

The Flamingo stage system consisted of 16 LEO-M and two MICA® line array loudspeakers per side, with nine 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements flown beside each array. Four rows of 32 700-HP subwoofers in end-fired configuration stretched across the front of the stage. Two hangs of 12 MILO® line array loudspeakers per side provided out fill. A Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system featuring four Galileo Callisto 616 array processors and one Galileo 616 AES processor provided system control and optimization.

System techs for the Flamingo stage were Starlight’s Fredrik Arwidson and Oscar Meijer.

“LEO is a great step forward,” says Meijer. “The system is very exact, and flies quickly. I’m also fond of the pull-back possibility to make the array stay angled as you wish, whether you’re taking it upwards or downwards.”

In addition to the LEO, Starlight provided a Meyer Sound M3D line array loudspeaker system for the festival’s smaller Azalea stage.

Watch Way Out West interviews here.

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Oslo Concert Hall Upgrades 27-Year-Old Meyer Sound System to MICA

The Oslo Concert Hall (Norwegian: Oslo Konserthus) in Norway has relied on the durability of its Meyer Sound equipment since 1986. A quarter century after installing eight UPA-1 and two USW-1 conventionally powered loudspeakers, the venue again turned to a Meyer Sound solution when it came time for an upgrade. As a result, a MICA® line array loudspeaker system was supplied and installed by Oslo-based AVAB CAC.

The 1,404-capacity Oslo Concert Hall regularly features a diverse schedule of classical, blues, jazz, and rock performances. The hall’s legacy Meyer Sound equipment has proven its worth, and venue management was ready for a system with more power and flexibility.

“I think it’s unique that our UPA-1 system was so old yet sounded so good—that’s what everybody who used it said,” says Jan Olsen Skare, long-time production manager of Oslo Concert Hall. “Now with the MICA, we have a system that really delivers great reinforcement for many different types of music. In terms of coverage, every seat in the house is a great seat.”

Oslo Concert Hall added 18 MICA loudspeakers, four 600-HP subwoofers, and a Galileo® loudspeaker management system with a Galileo 616 processor for system management and processing. The new components are used alongside the venue’s existing Meyer Sound inventory, including four each UPA-1P, UPM-1P, and CQ-1 loudspeakers.

“MICA delivers the high output and smooth, extended high-frequency response that Oslo Konserthus requires,” says Asle Nilsen, head of sound at AVAB CAC.

Since the audio upgrade, the concert hall has hosted many jazz and classical performances, as well as American singer/songwriters Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell, Melody Gardot, Nanci Griffith, and Norwegian singer Wenche Myhre.

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Meyer Sound LEO Powers Metallica’s First Shows in China

For the band’s first-ever performances in China, heavy metal legends Metallica delivered two packed shows at Shanghai’s Mercedes-Benz Arena. A Meyer Sound LEO™ linear large-scale sound reinforcement system was deployed by Ling Hua ProSLV.

“I was immediately struck by the linearity of the LEO system, even when it was pushed to very high levels,” says Freddy Kot, chief engineer for Ling Hua ProSLV. “Even with sustained readings of over 112 dB at FOH, there was no distortion. And of course, the audience was just ecstatic with what they heard.”

The system configuration for the show was handled by “Big Mick” Hughes, Metallica’s long-time FOH engineer, with assistance from consultant “dB Dave” Dennison. The core flown LEO system comprised main front hangs of 18-each LEO-M line array loudspeakers, 32 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements deployed in dual steerable arrays, and a Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system featuring four Galileo Callisto 616 array processors and one Galileo 616 AES processor.

“The mix position was placed quite a long way from the stage so as to avoid taking up good audience seats,” says Hughes. “This wasn’t really problematic as the main LEO system easily threw that far. The crowd was great and sang along to a lot of the songs, despite the language barrier.”

Rounding out FOH reinforcement were dual side hangs of 14-each MILO® line array loudspeakers, six MICA® line array loudspeakers for down fill, six MILO loudspeakers for front and lower corner fill, and 18 floor-stacked 700-HP subwoofers.

On stage, 20 Meyer Sound monitors were placed around the band’s two-level platform, with twin hangs of five-each MICA loudspeakers for side fill.

Hughes mixed behind a Midas XL8 console, while monitor engineer Bob Cowan and monitor assist Adam Correia manned Midas PRO9 and PRO2 boards. On stage, Metallica’s vocals were captured by Shure Super 55 Deluxe Vocal Microphones.

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Meyer Sound MINA Covers All Sonic Subtleties for Polish Musical Theatre

The 900-seat Musical Theatre ROMA in Warsaw, Poland has installed Meyer Sound MINA™ line array loudspeakers to support its repertoire of musical productions. Designed and supplied by Warsaw-based Polsound, the new system was installed in the historic, early-20th century auditorium just prior to the opening of its latest production, Singing in the Rain.

“Our goal for many years has been to install a Meyer Sound system, and we simply love it,” says Wlodek Kowalczyk, the venue’s principal sound engineer. “The MINA system delivers sparkling definition, and a dynamic range that covers all the subtleties of sound in musical theatre. It responds to what I wish to achieve, without compromises.”

The main FOH system comprises 28 MINA loudspeakers, which include twin left and right hangs of 11 each and a center cluster of six. Four 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements are deployed as dual end-fired arrays. Completing the Meyer Sound system are eight UPM-1P loudspeakers for front fill, two UPA-1P loudspeakers for corner fill, and a Galileo® loudspeaker management system with two Galileo 616 processors for system drive and alignment.

Polsound has also provided 24 channels of Shure ULX-D digital wireless microphones and a Shure PSM 900 in-ear monitoring system.

“The new MINA system fits the venue perfectly,” says Pawel Danikiewicz, commercial director for Polsound. “It’s surprisingly powerful, yet smaller than what was installed before. MINA sounds like a big hi-fi system.”

Originally built in 1935 as a “Catholic House” in the classic style reminiscent of Italian opera halls, the Musical Theatre ROMA auditorium was one of the few buildings in Warsaw to survive World War II. It was home to the Polish National Opera from the post-war era through 1963. Past productions at the venue include Cats, Grease, Miss Saigon, The Phantom of the Opera, and Les Misérables.

Since introduced in 2010, the MINA loudspeaker has won rapid acceptance in Poland.  In addition to Musical Theatre ROMA, Polsound has recently installed other MINA systems at Malopolski Ogrod Sztuki [Garden of Art in Malopolska] in Cracow, CK Zamek [Poznan Castle] in Poznan, and Teatr Studio in Warsaw.

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