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API’s BOX Hits the Road

Westlake_API_EventSTUDIO CITY, CALIFORNIA: Westlake Pro Audio is hosting a demonstration event for the API BOX console April 1st and 2nd. The event will take place at Westlake headquarters in California, where anyone interested in the BOX can make an individual appointment for hands-on experience with the console. Appointments are also available for the API 1608—Westlake’s newest addition to its demo room. API Managing Director Gordon Smart had this to say about the event: “We are pleased to work with a great partner such as Westlake, especially within the context of demonstrating this powerful, small format console.”

Since the BOX was unveiled at AES in 2013, studio owners and independent producers around the world have discovered the power of this compact console. API released an in-depth video on the BOX after many who visited their NAMM booth were enlightened on the BOX’s full capabilities. The video is now available on the company’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myoiitXe2cY

Westlake sales representatives, studio professionals and API product specialists will guide all demonstrations from 10am to 5pm each day, and be available between demos to answer both product and sales-based questions. Sign-ups for this exclusive event are available now at the Westlake Pro blog: http://blog.westlakepro.com/api-the-box-demonstrations-in-april/ and space has already begun to fill up. For questions about Westlake or API products including the BOX, please see Westlake Pro Audio’s blog or www.APIaudio.com.

For more information on the Westlake event, please contact Westlake Pro’s marketing director Peter Malick: peterm@westlakepro.com or API’s press representative Jen Schiller: jschiller@APIaudio.com

ABOUT API (AUTOMATED PROCESSES, INC.)
Established 45 years ago, Automated Processes, Inc. is the leader in analog recording gear with the Vision, Legacy Series, 1608, and the BOX recording consoles, as well as its classic line of modular signal processing equipment.

www.apiaudio.com

Ashly’s NX Series Amps Enhance the Ambiance of NYC’s New Adotro Lei Pizzeria

Adoro_Lei_StoveNEW YORK, NEW YORK – MARCH 2015: The recently opened Adoro Lei is a sophisticated lounge, restaurant, and pizzeria in the SoHo neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York City. NYC foodies will recognize its veteran owners and chef, who have gone to great lengths to give Adoro Lei – which means “I adore her” in Italian – a killer combination of irresistible food and a hip, but comfortable, vibe that will have customers bursting to tell friends how great the place is. To that end, they imported a wood-fired pizza stove from Italy and hired New Jersey-based Essential Communications to design and install a music playback system that would avoid the indistinct mutterings typical of the average restaurant and replace them with solid, articulated sound that will set bodies in motion. Essential to Essential Communications’ design are Ashly’s new nX-8004 four-channel 800W amplifier and the four-channel nX-1.54 amplifier, which delivers a robust 1,500 watts of power to each channel. The nX family allows the integrator the flexibility to choose High-Z or Low-Z output on each channel.

The system is beautiful in its simplicity. A DJ input or a house-provided music feed inputs to a straightforward Rane HAL processor, which outputs to the Ashly nX-8004 and nX-1.54 amplifiers. Their combined eight outputs power Community Veris loudspeakers and subwoofers across three separate zones: the dining area, the bar, and a downstairs area used for private events. “This job went through a number of incarnations and variations,” said David Schwartz, owner of Essential Communications. “Their original goals were best met with a 70-volt system, but as things moved along, we shifted those goals. The loudspeakers and subwoofers designs changed, but we were able to keep the Ashly nX-Series amplifiers because each output channel can drive any impedance. For the most part, the full-range boxes are running at 70-volt whereas the subs are running at Low-Z.”

Adoro_LeiIn addition to a powerful sound system, Adoro Lei’s owners followed Schwartz’ advice and installed comprehensive acoustic treatments. “It’s a long, rectangular room, with a noisy open kitchen that backs into the bar,” he said. “It could have been an acoustical nightmare. But with the acoustic treatments in place, it sounds like a recording studio. The reverb is minimal, and unless you know something about sound, you wouldn’t notice it at all. It’s quiet and warm, and the sound system is balanced and intimate. It’s more like being in a cozy home than at a loud restaurant.”

ABOUT ASHLY AUDIO
Ashly Audio Inc. is recognized as a world leader in the design and manufacturing of high quality & high performance signal processing equipment and power amplification for use in the commercial sound contracting and professional audio markets. The 40-year old company is headquartered in Webster, New York U.S.A.

www.ashly.com

Metric Halo Appoints Benjamin Pro Audio Distributor in South Africa

Jacob_BenjaminPASAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA – MARCH 2015: Metric Halo, maker of high-end professional audio interfaces, plug-ins, and sound analysis software, has appointed Benjamin Pro Audio as its distributor in South Africa. Based in the South African capital of Pretoria, Benjamin Pro Audio specializes high-end equipment for studios, acoustic consultation, and acoustic design. It will handle Metric Halo’s entire product line, from its flagship eight-channel ULN-8 preamp/converter to its Production Bundle of great sounding plug-ins… and everything in between.

“Benjamin Pro Audio’s extensive knowledge of the gear they sell for use in the studio and on location, as well as their commitment to finding the right solutions for their customers, will serve Metric Halo well,” said Stu Buchalter, Metric Halo’s vice president of worldwide sales. “They’re passionate about audio, and they only sell equipment that they believe in. We look forward to seeing Benjamin Pro Audio continue to advance Metric Halo’s legendary sonic quality, future-proof design, and superior flexibility throughout all of South Africa.”

“There is currently a strong push for better audio quality in South Africa, and we’re striving to fulfill that need,” said Jacob van der Westhuizen, CEO of Benjamin Pro Audio. “When a client calls with a Metric Halo-related question, whether it’s regarding an interface, the MIO Console routing software, or daisy-chaining units, I can walk them through the solution because I am extremely familiar with Metric Halo products. In that way, we strive to build loyalty and trust. In general, we’re looking at the long game. We recommend the very best solution for a client’s particular situation, regardless of the short-term profit. We’re building relationships.”

He continued, “Metric Halo is a great company to partner with in that regard. Their commitment to ‘future-proofing’ their equipment is amazing, and it allows us to recommend their hardware and software solutions knowing that they’ll always receive full support. But it’s more than that, of course. Metric Halo takes pride in what it produces and it shows. The sound quality of Metric Halo preamps, converters, and DSP algorithms is second to none. We’re looking forward to getting more Metric Halo into studios and road racks across South Africa.”

ABOUT METRIC HALO
Based on the Gulf Coast of Florida, Metric Halo provides the world with award-winning software and hardware recording, processing, metering and analysis solutions.

www.mhlabs.com

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The Pattern Control of Danley Unleashes Clarity and Musicality at Northern Colorado Cowboy Church

CowboyChurch_Exterior1LUCERNE, COLORADO – MARCH 2015: Northern Colorado Cowboy Church, or N3C for short, is located in a former restaurant building in Lucerne, Colorado. Although a large number of cowboy boots walk through the door every Sunday, N3C is open to everyone. The “Cowboy” in its name reflects the church’s down-to-earth attitude. As one might guess, services at N3C are lively and contemporary, with high-energy music complementing colorful sermons. Although the church originally moved into the converted restaurant with a homegrown PA-on-sticks, N3C aspired to something with much greater musical impact and intelligibility to cover its five-hundred-plus seats. Local integration firm Audio Video Colorado designed and installed a new system centered on two Danley Sound Labs SM-60F full-range loudspeakers. Their excellent pattern control energizes the crowd without energizing the walls, which – as those of a former restaurant – were never designed to do good things with high-volume sound.

“They had a lot of complaints about intelligibility and the overall quality of the sound of the home-grown PA,” said Jeff Brotherston, president and design engineer at AV Colorado. “It was very uneven. The space itself is unique and difficult to cover. The room is roughly shaped like a stubby capital ‘L’, with the stage tucked into the corner that faces both segments of the ‘L’. To do it justice, we had to get surgical with the coverage pattern, and that’s what Danley is known for. With help from the technical staff at Danley, we designed a simple system that would provide perfect coverage.

CowboyChurch_Exterior2The rest of the system was in need of an upgrade as well. Brotherston cleaned up N3C’s wireless with an RFvenue Diversity Fin Antenna and gave them a new Soundcraft digital console with a Dante-networked 16-channel stage box. New Xilica processing and Crown amplification provide a worthy front-end for the Danley system. Each Danley SM-60F covers a separate segment of the room’s “L” shape. In addition, a Danley SH-Mini on delay covers an area of seats behind a support beam that blocks coverage from the main loudspeakers, and two JBL CBT-series loudspeakers provide fill for the first few rows.

“We really appreciated the help we received from Danley on the front end design,” said Brotherston. “Once we had the system in place, we called on Robert Langlois of Second Opinion Audio to tune it to perfection. All in all, it was a great team effort. The church and its congregation are very pleased with the upgrade. It gave them the musical impact and intelligibility they were missing in the old system.”

ABOUT DANLEY SOUND LABS
Danley Sound Labs is the exclusive home of Tom Danley, one of the most innovative loudspeaker designers in the industry today and recognized worldwide as a pioneer for “outside the box” thinking in professional audio technology.

www.danleysoundlabs.com

Blackburn College Revamps Auditorium with Danley Sound Labs Loudspeakers and Subwoofers

BlackburnCollege_AuditoriumCARLINVILLE, ILLINOIS: Located in the rural Illinois town of Carlinville, Blackburn College serves six hundred undergraduates. Its unique work program keeps costs low and campus community involvement high by employing students in a range of non-traditional student jobs under the direction of professionals, for nine of the campus’s sixteen buildings. A recent $3 million upgrade to the 430-seat Bothwell Auditorium continued that tradition, with the student construction crew providing much of the labor. Amid a range of new infrastructure is a new sound reinforcement system centered on Danley Sound Labs loudspeakers and subwoofers, which provide exceptional fidelity and pattern control.

“The old system was original to the building, which was constructed in the 1970s,” explained Ryan Winstead, sales design consultant with Advanced Audio and Lighting Systems (AALS) of Peoria, Illinois. “Their tech staff had a hard time making things sound good, and they had an especially hard time keeping stage mics from feeding back during theater productions. Part of our upgrade included a new Yamaha QL5-65 console, which scales functionality to the expertise of the operator. Accommodating different proficiencies was an important part of the upgrade.”

BlackburnCollege_SpeakerCloseup“Giving them much better pattern control was critical to the success of this installation, both in terms of keeping on-stage volume low and in terms of minimizing side and back wall-reflections to maintain fidelity and intelligibility,” said Winstead. “They also wanted stereo coverage, which would be useful for musical and theatrical performances and essential for movie presentations. Based on past experience, I knew Danley Sound Labs loudspeakers would give us the pattern control we needed with fidelity that would more than measure up to their expectations. I also knew that Danley subwoofers would provide excellent low-end support.”

To each sidewall, Winstead and his crew attached matching clusters composed of a Danley SH-46 at the top for principle coverage, a Danley SM-60 for downfill, and a Danley TH-115 subwoofer. Powersoft Duecanali 5204 amplifiers with integrated AESOP DSP provide power and modest processing for the system. The fact that all of the Danley boxes use passive crossovers minimized the number of necessary amplifier channels, which helped keep the project on budget.

In addition, AALS gave Bothwell Auditorium two Danley SM-100 low-profile loudspeakers for use as stage monitors, with plans for two more as funding permits. A Powersoft M50Q provides the necessary power. “Again, Danley’s well-known pattern control makes the SM-100 an excellent stage monitor,” said Winstead. “That, and its low profile. It has an inspiring sound and it doesn’t take up a lot of visual real estate.”

Blackburn College will celebrate the completion of Bothwell Auditorium’s renovation with a performance of Jim Beaver’s play Verdigris.

ABOUT DANLEY SOUND LABS
Danley Sound Labs is the exclusive home of Tom Danley, one of the most innovative loudspeaker designers in the industry today and recognized worldwide as a pioneer for “outside the box” thinking in professional audio technology.

www.danleysoundlabs.com

API A2Ds Making Headlines at NBC Network News

NBC_News_A2Ds_Closeup2LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: NBC Network News relies on six of API’s A2Ds when filming popular news programs such as Morning Joe, The Today Show, and Nightly News with Lester Holt in their Los Angeles studio. The six A2D mic pre amps are put to work all day long, and are used in both the “Newsroom Set” and “Studio W” or Studio West. Audio engineer Stan Ouse explains: “The backdrop of the Newsroom Set is a functioning news room. In Studio W we support all of the NBC networks and we do shows and live shots all throughout the day. For example, last week we did Hardball with the host plus the guests. That studio can do a single live shot or a whole show, whatever we need.”

Ouse says he’s known about the API brand “since the ‘90s – I had a recording studio of my own here in Burbank.” NBC’s selection of API gear, according to Ouse, was a natural progression after NBC’s recent relocation from the studios in Burbank to Universal Studios. “The previous NBC studio had the API 200 series [processing] and the mic pres. In designing the new racks, I looked again to API for something with an AES signal flow. The APIs had that and an analog out so I could DA the microphones, and they would be available to other control rooms in the building. That basically sealed the deal for me.”

Considering the studio belongs to a major news organization, it is always busy and the work unpredictable. “We never know what we’re going to have to do, it all relies on the news,” Ouse says. That unpredictability makes it “necessary for any of our mics to be available at any time in any of the control rooms for maximum flexibility. We’re starting to implement a Dante system in the studios and we will continue to use our API A2Ds in the process.” Ouse also appreciates his new upgrades even though he had gotten comfortable with the API 200 series, “I like the controls on the A2Ds better.”

NBC purchased all six A2Ds from RSPE in L.A. NBC Network News is owned by NBC Universal.

ABOUT API (AUTOMATED PROCESSES, INC.)
Established 45 years ago, Automated Processes, Inc. is the leader in analog recording gear with the Vision, Legacy Series, 1608, and THE BOX recording consoles, as well as its classic line of modular signal processing equipment.

www.apiaudio.com

Metric Halo’s Thailand Distributor Kimleng Audio Hosts 2015 Competition

KIMMIX_ArtSAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA – MARCH 2015: Metric Halo’s distributor for Thailand, Kimleng Audio, is hosting KimMix 2015, a Sound Engineer Mixing Competition. The contest is running now and ends March 8th. There is no purchase necessary. Contestants receive a brief training about the Metric Halo product line, which includes high-end multi-channel interfaces and beautiful-sounding plug-ins, and then mix a song provided by Kimleng Audio using a Metric Halo interface, Metric Halo plug-ins, Focal studio monitors & headphones, and the DAW of their choice (Logic, Cubase, or Pro Tools). The training and mixing take place at Kimleng’s demo studio in Bangplee, Thailand.

First, second, and third place prizes will be awarded to both students and professionals. Students can win a Metric Halo 2882 2D Expanded interface or a Metric Halo ULN-2 2D Expanded interface, as well as Metric Halo plug-ins and Focal loudspeakers and headphones. Professionals can win a Metric Halo LIO-8 interface or a Metric Halo ULN-2 2D Expanded interface, as well as Metric Halo plug-ins and Focal loudspeakers and headphones. Complete prize details are here: http://ow.ly/JR7TV

ABOUT METRIC HALO Based on the Gulf Coast of Florida, Metric Halo provides the world with award-winning software and hardware recording, processing, metering and analysis solutions.

www.mhlabs.com

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Metric Halo Supports SCA Spring Fling

PrintSAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA – FEBRUARY 2015: Metric Halo, maker of high-end professional audio interfaces and plug-ins, is proud to support the Seattle Composers Alliance (SCA). Metric Halo will donate two Production Bundles for the SCA’s online auction in the weeks leading up to its annual Spring Fling fundraising gala, music showcase, and silent auction (Monday, March 9, 2015). The Production Bundle is Metric Halo’s complete collection of great sounding, easy-to-use plug-ins, including ChannelStrip (the enduring classic), Character (signal path modeling), HaloVerb, Precision De-Esser, Multiband Dynamics, Multiband Expander, TransientControl, and the new Dirty Delay.

“The SCA is a non-profit group of professional composers, students, and others interested in composing for film, video games, and other media – as well as concert works,” said Brian Monroney, guitarist, composer, long-time Metric Halo user, and Seattle Composers Alliance Board Member. “We’re pleased to have Metric Halo’s support. Metric Halo interfaces and plug-ins give composers high-end studio quality sound, with reliability, flexibility, and a proven record of future-proofing that further increase their value. Importantly for composers, Metric Halo hardware and software give great results fast. That fuels creativity. The SCA presents a variety of educational and networking events throughout the year, and the money we raise at the Spring Fling will help support these efforts.”

“Metric Halo is dedicated to expanding the bounds of human excellence and the sum of human knowledge,” said Stu Buchalter, Metric Halo’s vice president of worldwide sales. “By bringing likeminded composers together, the SCA fosters innovation and motivates members to achieve greater creative heights. And because Metric Halo strives to provide useful and inspiring tools for professionals in the music and audio industries, we’re a natural fit with the members of the SCA.”

ABOUT METRIC HALO
Based on the Gulf Coast of Florida, Metric Halo provides the world with award-winning software and hardware recording, processing, metering and analysis solutions.

www.mhlabs.com

For more details about the event and the online auction visit: www.seattlecomposers.org

Ashly Saves the Day at Rocky Mountain Classical Academy

RockyMountain_ClassicalAcademyCOLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO – FEBRUARY 2015: Founded in 2005, the Rocky Mountain Classical Academy is a successful K-8 charter school in Colorado’s second-largest city, Colorado Springs. However, RMCA was split between two locations until the recent completion of a $17 million, 100,000 square-foot building to house all of its 1,000 students, with additional room to grow school enrollment by 33%. The building is community-oriented, featuring lots of open areas and gathering spaces with an abundance of natural light. Among them are an adjacent gymnasium and auditorium. With a clever arrangement of movable partitions, the two facilities share a stage that can be used for a wide range of events. When unforeseen budgetary issues threatening the audio/video systems in both rooms, the school district hired local A/V integration firm Sight & Sound Technologies to engineer a fix that would preserve the hoped-for functionality and reliability at a more affordable price. Sight & Sound swapped out the original design’s pricey processors and amplifiers for Ashly Audio’s affordable, network-ready DSP and nX Series amplifiers.

“As sometimes happens, the new building ran into extra expenses that they hadn’t planned for,” said Kris Johnson, COO with Sight & Sound Technologies. “They brought us in, and we got as close to the original system’s functionality as we could while still passing on a savings that amounted to hundreds of thousands of dollars. A significant component of that was moving to Ashly processing and amplification, which offers tremendous value in performance and reliability at a much more affordable cost. Importantly, all of the Ashly equipment that we installed is network-ready, so we can dial into the system from our offices to make any adjustments that the school requests.” In addition to the two sound reinforcement systems, Sight & Sound installed a Martin Professional PC-based control system with Chauvet Ovation series fixtures-based lighting system and a Panasonic HD projector/Draper motorized screen-based video system.

To handle the huge range of functions anticipated in the original design, Johnson installed an Ashly ne24.24M Protea™ digital matrix processor that, with the help of a Crestron control system, allows users to select preset scenarios and make adjustments to individual input channels. An Ashly ne4800 4-in x 8-out Protea DSP System Processor handles loudspeaker conditioning for the auditorium side, and an Ashly 3.6SP 3×6 DSP processor handles loudspeaker conditioning for the gymnasium side. A collection of five Ashly NE and nXe-Series network amplifiers, including an ne8250 8-channel 250W amp, an nXe4002 2-channel network 400W amp, two nXe8002s 2-channel network 800W amps, and an nXe1.52 2-channel 1,500W network amp, power the system. Tannoy VX12Q mains with six Tannoy VX6 fills cover the gymnasium, whereas Fulcrum DX1595 mains with US212 subwoofers cover the auditorium. Inputs to the system include a Behringer x32 console on a digital snake and an assortment of wired and wireless microphones. For simple events, the Crestron control system handles everything, so a tech is not needed.

“Ashly has been my go-to processor and amplifier manufacturer for years,” said Johnson. “I always know exactly what I’m going to get, and I love the programming interface. At RMCA, we did all of our programming ahead of time at the office, which made for a smooth installation. Ashly’s sound quality is excellent; it’s always clean and quiet. In fact, I don’t even think to worry about that anymore! The Ashly Protea processing is flexible enough that we were able to give the school all of the functionality they had hoped for in the original design. Ashly’s reliability has always been bulletproof, so I know we won’t be going back to deal with flakey gear.”

He continued, “Several school officials, including the president of the board, have to come to us to say how amazing the system is and how pleased they are that we made it work with their restricted budget. Before we came in, there was talk of cutting the A/V system entirely! It’s quite a turn-around.”

ABOUT ASHLY AUDIO Ashly Audio Inc. is recognized as a world leader in the design and manufacturing of high quality & high performance signal processing equipment and power amplification for use in the commercial sound contracting and professional audio markets. The 40-year old company is headquartered in Webster, New York U.S.A.
www.ashly.com

ABOUT SIGHT AND SOUND TECHNOLOGIES Sight and Sound Technologies exists to help churches, school and other organizations with their audio, video, lighting systems.  Designing full building integrated systems down to simple equipment purchases. Based in Colorado SST works all over the country.
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Additional Danley Speakers Handle Seating Expansion at Life Pentecostal Church

LifeChurch_RockRun_Interior_1JOLIET, ILLINOIS – FEBRUARY 2015: Life Church of Rock Run is a Pentecostal church in Joliet, Illinois with an unabashed flair for engaging, contemporary services. Outfit with drums, bass, guitar, keyboards, and plenty of spirit, Life Church rocks its message every Sunday. Knowledgeable in technical matters, the church had acquired a high-performance Danley Sound Labs sound reinforcement system but for budgetary reasons had omitted low-end from the system. Understandably, the church was keen to shore up that omission, and it timed subwoofer installation to correspond with the addition of new seating that would require additional system coverage. The church hired Chicago-based Advanced Systems & Technologies (AST) to design and install the additional coverage and to overhaul the existing system. To Life Church’s existing Danley SH-60 and SH-DFA, AST added two Danley SH-mini loudspeakers for fill, four Danley SM-100M loudspeakers for on-stage monitors, and two thundering Danley TH-115 subwoofers.

“With the new added seating, Life Church can now accommodate approximately four hundred,” said Terry McCarthy, partner and systems specialist with AST. “The church knew they had good speakers but the installation was greatly lacking in proper coverage and tuning. In addition, there was no low end. For our part, we knew we’d be able to get the existing Danley speakers tuned up nicely – the bigger issue was extending coverage and frequency response. Based on their exceptional fidelity and pattern control, it made sense to stick with Danley boxes for the new fills and subwoofers.”

LifeChurch_RockRun_Interior_2The original system is comprised of a single Danley SH-60 for main coverage with a Danley SH-DFA for down-fill, both flown from the main beam of the sanctuary’s A-Frame architecture. In addition to the new coverage the church’s sound system had been pieced together over the years and was in great need of a professional up fit. AST removed all the inadequate cable and outdated components, installed proper wiring, new amplification and several new Danley boxes. Two Danley SH-mini loudspeakers were installed stage left and right. This gives great coverage to the new seating, as well as to areas that were lacking proper coverage from the original install. Two new Danley TH-115 subwoofers were also added providing Life Church with the low-end, fidelity and thump that it was missing. Four new Danley SM-100M loudspeakers give the Pastor, vocalists and musicians the same transcendent experience that was formerly reserved for the house.

AST installed QSC PLX-series amplifiers to provide clean, reliable power. They also installed a Juice Goose power sequencing system to protect the loudspeakers and minimize unnecessary hands turning things on and off. AST also re-tasked an existing Symetrix Jupiter 8×8 DSP and tuned the system to perfection.

“Once all the new gear was installed and tuned we worked closely with the Pastor and worship team to dial everything in. This is a critical element to make an installation complete,” explains McCarthy. “It allows us to see how the system is being used, provide essential training, and it adds an element of personal service that we’ve become known for. The final tuning is done “Live.” This way we can make discreet adjustments during a normal Sunday morning experience. The church leaders, worship team and church members alike all expressed how excellent the system sounds. It was a total win!”

Pastor, Brent A Brosam added, “Life Church of Rock Run purchased our current facility five years ago. After moving in we struggled with some major challenges with our sound. The existing church building was built in the 1960s and not conducive for good sound. After failed attempts to fix the problems, we contacted Terry McCarthy of AST – Advanced Systems & Technologies, to install a Danley system, and I am so glad that we did. With the help provided by the folks at AST & Danley Sound Labs they were able to detect and find proper applications to meet our unique sound challenges. Finally our sound is exactly what we have been looking for to enhance our weekly services. The sound is incredible now. Problems solved!”

ABOUT DANLEY SOUND LABS Danley Sound Labs is the exclusive home of Tom Danley, one of the most innovative loudspeaker designers in the industry today and recognized worldwide as a pioneer for “outside the box” thinking in professional audio technology.

www.danleysoundlabs.com

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