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Vintage King Nashville Receives 2013 TEC Award Nomination with Its Carl Tatz Design Showroom Studio

- Vintage King Nashville sets a new benchmark for a pro audio showroom by implementing the Carl Tatz Design MixRoom™ concept in its new facility

Nashville, TN: The revolutionary MixRoom™ concept, which pairs the Carl Tatz Signature Series™ acoustic modules by Auralex with the unrivaled accuracy of the PhantomFocus™ System (PFS™) monitor tuning protocol, has garnered its second consecutive TEC Award nomination for the new Vintage King Nashville control room/show room installation.

“We’re delighted to have been selected by Vintage King Nashville to design and implement one of our MixRooms in their new facility and honored to receive our second nomination from the TEC Award foundation,” states Carl Tatz, principal of the Carl Tatz Design (CTD) firm and creator of the PhantomFocus System.

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Enhance the Convention Experience with Free “AES Mobile Convention – AES New York 2013” Mobile App

— App for handheld devices provides several tools to help navigate the 135th AES Convention —

New York, NY, October 14, 2013 — The sheer number of events and exhibitors at the 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention (Thursday, October 17, through Sunday, October 20, 2013, at the Javits Center in New York City) can be daunting, but the free “AES Mobile Convention – AES New York 2013” app is here to help.

Available for iOS devices iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, as well as Android devices, the app provides the following tools to enhance your event experience:

The Dashboard keeps you organized with up-to-the-minute Exhibitor, Speaker, and Event information
My Schedule organizes your schedule with one click
Alerts allow you to receive important real-time communications from the AES
Keep up with industry news on LinkedIn and Facebook groups
Built-in Twitter feed to follow and join in on the show chatter
Rate the sessions you attend and comment on them, too
Interactively locate Companies you want to visit on the Floor Plan Map
Connect with your colleagues using the Friends feature

To download it for free today, please visit http://www.aes.org/mobile/. For further information on the 135th AES International Convention, and to register for your free Exhibits-Plus badge or the premium All-Access badge, please visit http://www.aes.org/events/135/.

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GUITAR CENTER OPENS NEW STORE AND LESSONS STUDIO IN OCEAN, NEW JERSEY

Ocean location features on-site lessons, new repair services, and vast inventory selection

ANNOUNCEMENT HIGHLIGHTS:

Guitar Center has opened its 253rd store location in the U.S.
GC Garage service will provide a much-needed range of musical instrument repair services
GC Studios, first-ever GC lessons facility in Ocean to support local music scene, is at the store, located at 2323 New Jersey 66, Ocean, NJ 07712

(Los Angeles, CA) – Guitar Center, the world’s largest retailer of guitars, amplifiers, drums, keyboards, recording, live sound, DJ and lighting equipment, opened its 253rd location, in Ocean, New Jersey, on September 26, 2013. The store, located at 2323 New Jersey 66, Ocean, NJ 07712, is also part of a new wave of Guitar Center retail stores that feature lesson spaces, which allows GC to offer additional music lessons, special programs and expanded opportunities for local musicians.

OCEAN STORE LOCATION BACKGROUNDER:

Vast Product Selection and Low Prices – Guitar Center Ocean brings an unprecedented selection of products to Ocean, all backed by Guitar Center’s guarantee and available at attractive prices. The store features the latest in guitars, amplifiers, percussion instruments and keyboards, as well as live sound, DJ, lighting and recording equipment.
Guitar Center Studios – Deeply vested in expanding and enhancing the local music scene, Guitar Center Ocean also brings Guitar Center Studios to the new location. The fully-equipped, in-house lesson space is giving area residents of all ages and skill levels access to affordable music lessons. Sourcing locally trained store employees as certified instructors, courses will be offered on guitar, bass, keys and drums, as well as vocals and recording techniques using Pro Tools, Logic Pro and GarageBand.
Guitar Center Garage – Guitar Center Ocean includes GC Garage, the store’s on-site guitar repair service, offering a host of services, including electronics repair, hardware customization, fretwork, structural repairs, cosmetic enhancements, setup and maintenances.

Guitar Center Ocean: Additional In-Store Programs and Opportunities Include:

Guitar Center’s “Endless Aisle” – Ocean customers can now shop from Guitar Center’s new multi-channel “endless aisle,” which extends the in-store inventory to over $400 million in new and used products from across the nation. Shoppers will be able to purchase in-store, online and via phone, with the option to have products shipped to their home or to the store for convenient pick up.
At: Guitar Center Programs – Throughout the calendar year, Guitar Center Ocean will host an array of free events, such as artist workshops, lessons, product launches and performances, as a part of the company’s ongoing commitment to educating and assisting unsigned artists. These programs aim to provide musicians with the opportunities and exposure essential to achieving their music goals.
Recording Made Easy – Available at all Guitar Center locations, the Recording Made Easy program is a four-week, user-friendly series of weekly classes occurring Saturdays from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.

In addition to special programs at the new Ocean store, Guitar Center offers year-round programs designed to spearhead creativity and highlight promising undiscovered talent. Ocean residents will now be able to participate in these ongoing events from their hometown. Programs have included Your Next Record, Guitar Center On-Stage, Guitar Center Singer-Songwriter, Guitar Center’s Battle of the Blues and Guitar Center’s Drum-Off.

Guitar Center Ocean Store and Studio Hours
Mon-Sat: 10 AM-8 PM
Sun: 11 AM-6 PM

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Genelec Provides Great Sound for Spare Time Entertainment Center

— Family-owned and newly renovated, this Lansing, Michigan, family fun center needed an upgrade in sound, and Genelec was the obvious choice for bowling lanes, a gaming center and a restaurant —

NATICK, MA, October 14, 2013 — The Spare Time Entertainment Center’s 31 lanes of premium bowling are the focus of the facility in Lansing, Michigan, but there’s lots more to this newly renovated family fun center, including a two-story laser-tag game facility, part of its 4,000-plus-square-foot game arcade, and the Grand River Bar and Grill, a full-service dining and catering facility. What they all have in common is sound by Genelec, the world’s longstanding pioneer in active monitoring currently celebrating its 35th anniversary.

The main bowling area has six Genelec 8030A compact Bi-Amplified Monitoring System loudspeakers across the front of the lanes, installed near the scoring video panels, with five more Genelec 8020A Bi-Amplified Monitoring System loudspeakers located along the rear wall of the room. In addition, there are three Genelec 7050B Active subwoofers placed every eight lanes. A boutique bowling area, the Capital Room, has five Genelec 8030s and a 7060 sub covering its very private eight lanes. There are five more 8020s in the Grand River Bar and two 8030A’s in the game room area.

Genelec speakers are making every aspect of the Spare Time Entertainment Center sound great. Peter MacColeman, family member and Manager of Spare Time, says his experience with Genelec goes all the way back to college where, when studying music, he looked for a pair of speakers that would give him the most transparent musical experience he could find.

“I chose Genelec then and we chose them now, for Spare Time, because Genelecs sound great, are incredibly robust in installed environments, and have incredible intelligibility even while reproducing music fully,” MacColeman explains, further noting that the sound systems in the previous bowling alley on that site had conventional passive loudspeakers powered by remote amplifiers, a situation that drew 120 amps. “With the self-powered Genelecs, the entire system here is running on 12 amps,” he says. “The sound of the facility is important to the guest experience – people like to hear music and they like to talk, and the Genelecs let people enjoy both because the music is always present without having to be overpowering. The Genelecs are tuned well – too much high end can turn off the kids and too much low frequency can annoy adults. Genelecs are musical because they reproduce well and accurately over all frequencies, so you don’t have to tweak any EQ to get them to sound right. They’re just great speakers.”

For more information, please visit www.genelecusa.com/.

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Special Series of FX Tutorials and Workshops Will Kick-Off Each Day of the 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention

— Professor Alex U. Case will lead a tutorial explaining technical foundations and demonstrating creative strategies for an effect family (compression, equalization, distortion and reverb), followed by a workshop panel offering added insight from the designers of some of the most important hardware and software available for the effect. Downbeat is 9:00 a.m., each morning —

New York, NY, October 10, 2013 — At the 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention (Thursday, October 17, through Sunday, October 20, 2013, at the Javits Center in New York City), Alex U. Case, the well-known Associate Professor of Sound Recording Technology at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, will kick off four straight days of tutorials demonstrating audio processing technologies and techniques. Each day’s sessions will then continue with other presenters’ seminars.

Prof. Case, an active member of the Audio Engineering Society and a Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America with degrees in Mechanical Engineering, Music, and Acoustics, is an engineer, educator and author who speaks frequently on audio and acoustics across the United States and worldwide. At this year’s AES Show, he’s overseeing a jam-packed series of seminars that cover key issues in audio, starting at 9 a.m. each morning with tutorials on specific subjects – Compression, Equalization, Distortion and Reverb – followed by intensive workshops on the same topics, intended to reinforce that new knowledge in a highly practical manner.

Case, who has been a major draw in other types of presentations at previous AES Shows, is packaging his vast knowledge and educational skill in an immersive presentation format that will let attendees leave with a new sense of understanding and confidence in their abilities. “I chose topics that I thought I would have been most interested in early in my career,” explains Case, who says the content of the tutorials are based largely on chapters of his book Sound FX. “But we wanted to take it a step further, so I added the workshops to the tutorials to create a more complete experience.”

Alex U. Case-led Tutorial sessions include:
Seminars:
Compression: http://www.aes.org/events/135/tutorials/?ID=3651
Equalization: http://www.aes.org/events/135/tutorials/?ID=3673
Distortion: http://www.aes.org/events/135/tutorials/?ID=3703
Reverb: http://www.aes.org/events/135/tutorials/?ID=3723

Workshops:
Compression: http://www.aes.org/events/135/workshops/?ID=3652
Equalization: http://www.aes.org/events/135/workshops/?ID=3674
Distortion: http://www.aes.org/events/135/workshops/?ID=3702
Reverb: http://www.aes.org/events/135/workshops/?ID=3722

For more information on these and the entire tutorial schedule, please visit http://www.aes.org/events/135/tutorials/. For further information on the 135th AES International Convention, and to register for your free Exhibits-Plus badge or the premium All-Access badge, please visit http://www.aes.org/events/135/.

Photo Caption: Professor Alex U. Case

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Audio-Technica to Hold “Ask Me Anything” Sessions at 135th AES Convention

— Featuring industry insiders and friends of A-T, these AMA sessions are set to be informative and revelatory for an audience of in-person AES convention attendees as well as a worldwide online audience —

STOW, OH, October 10, 2013 — Audio-Technica, a leading innovator in transducer technology for over 50 years, announces that, for the first time, it will be hosting several “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) question-and-answer sessions at its exhibition booth (2723) at the 135th AES Convention in New York, NY. Sessions are scheduled for two days of the convention: Friday, October 18, and Saturday, October 19. The session schedule is listed below, and additional details are available at the Audio-Technica booth or www.audio-technica.com/aes2013. (Note: this schedule is subject to change; updates will be made on this link).

Friday, October 18, 2013 (all times EDT):
1:00-1:30 — Joel Singer, GRAMMY® Award-winning engineer/mixer, co-founder and chief engineer of Music Mix Mobile.
2:00-2:30 — Jackie Green, VP R&D/Engineering at Audio-Technica.
3:00-3:30 — Frank Filipetti, GRAMMY® Award-winning music producer, engineer and mixer.
4:00-4:30 — Richie Castellano, musician and YouTube sensation.

Saturday, October 19, 2013 (all times EDT):
1:00-1:30 — Richard Chycki, mixer, engineer and producer.
2:00-2:30 — Carl Tatz, TEC Award-nominated recording studio designer.
3:00-3:30 — Frank Wells, President of AES.
4:00-4:30 — Jimmy Douglass, GRAMMY® Award-winning recording engineer/record producer.

“Ask Me Anything” questions are fed to the presenters through a moderator during a 30-minute Q&A session. Questions can be submitted by individuals present at AES booth 2723; online at www.livestream.com (free registration); and by Twitter #ATliveAES.

In addition, individuals may watch during and after the event at www.audio-technica.com/aes2013 (also accessible from A-T’s website or Facebook page).

“We are very much looking forward to the AMA sessions at the AES Convention,” stated Gary Boss, Audio-Technica Marketing Director. “This will be a wonderful opportunity to hear comments on a wide variety of topics from some of the leaders in their fields in an informal, no-holds-barred setting. And with the online presence, people who could not make the convention in person can get a taste of what the show has to offer and interact with these experts. We hope that this series of events will truly enhance the AES Convention experience for all who participate, and be the beginning a great tradition moving forward.”

Full details are available at www.audio-technica.com/aes2013.

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NashvilleMix Opens New Facility with Carl Tatz Design MixRoom™ Concept

- Engineer/Producer Eric Brengle chooses Carl Tatz Design MixRoom™ turnkey control room solution for his new studio, featuring the acclaimed PhantomFocus™ System (PFS™), for ultimate monitoring performance at an affordable price -

Nashville, TN: Nashville pop/rock engineer/producer and NashvilleMix owner Eric Brengle had two goals in mind when he contacted TEC award-nominated Carl Tatz to design his new personal recording studio. “First I needed accurate monitoring so that I wouldn’t have to second guess my mixes all the time, and secondly I needed my room to make a professional impression when clients came over to work,” recalls Brengle. “I knew that the MixRoom™ would look serious based on the many studio photos on Carl’s website, and I even knew how amazing his PhantomFocus™ System (PFS™) sounded, having auditioned one at another of Carl’s studios. However, it’s a whole different ball of wax when you experience a MixRoom in your own space that you’ve been struggling with for a long time. The MixRoom is absolutely remarkable – it turned my 12′ x 13′ x 9′ funky little room into the state-of-the-art monitoring environment.”

The revolutionary MixRoom concept pairs the Carl Tatz Signature Series™ acoustic modules by Auralex® with the unrivaled accuracy of the PhantomFocus System monitor tuning protocol. It has dramatically simplified control room design and renders the highest performance at a fraction of the cost of Carl Tatz Design’s custom work, making a world-class control room affordable to many more audio professionals. “We’re very exited about these new rooms, and we’re designing more and more of them across the country in commercial, personal and educational facilities,” explains Carl Tatz of the Carl Tatz Design (CTD) firm and creator of the PhantomFocus System. “They are a perfect fit in many applications where budget is limited yet expectations are high.”

“It’s a difficult thing to describe”‘ says Brengle, “because most engineers have never been able to hear complete sonic accuracy from 20Hz-to-20kHz before without fighting room modes, boundary effects and console reflections. Looking back I feel like I was mixing with only a three-pack of Crayola Crayons, but now I’ve got the entire spectrum to work with, which is so much more exciting. There’s no place for frequencies to hide, so my mixes come together better and faster. People need to know about this”.

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Broadcast Audio Leaders Join DTV Audio Group Forum at the Upcoming 135th AES Convention

— Leading personnel from ESPN, NBCUniversal, HBO, Saturday Night Live, Turner Sports, Starz, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, along with prominent facilities, firms and manufacturers, will address the future of TV audio as digital distribution models continue to evolve in “DTV Audio Group Forum: Audio Production and Distribution in an Evolving Television Delivery Landscape” —

New York, NY, October 9, 2013 — Underscoring its ongoing commitment to bringing together the top individuals in broadcast television audio, the DTV Audio Group Forum, scheduled to take place on Friday, October 18, 2013 at the 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention (October 17 through October 20, 2013, at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City), will present key technical personnel who will discuss the future of broadcast sound. The forum, focusing on the shifting landscape in TV audio brought about by the transition to multi-platform mobile and fixed streaming content delivery, has assembled panels and presentations from the very same minds who will plot the strategies that will take television audio into the future.

Selected speakers are scheduled to include:

Kevin Cleary, Senior Audio Producer, ESPN
Jim Starzynski, Director and Principal Audio Engineer, NBCUniversal, and Chairman, DTV Audio Group
Nicolas Tsingos, Senior Platform Engineer, Dolby Laboratories
Ken Hahn, Co-Founder and Principal, Sync Sound and Digital Cinema
Lawrence Manchester, Senior Music Mixer, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
Sean Richardson, Director of Post Production, Audio, Starz Entertainment
Hardys Eggum, Vice President Media Technology, HBO
Stacey Foster, Coordinating Producer, Saturday Night Live
Peter Scott, Vice President for Emerging Media, Turner Sports
Sean Richardson, Director of Post Production, Audio, Starz Entertainment
Lawrence Manchester, Senior Music Mixer, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

Produced by the DTV Audio Group – an organization of senior-level broadcast network executives promoting best practices and successful strategies for digital television audio production and delivery – in association with the Sports Video Group (SVG) and sponsored by Dale Pro Audio, Dolby Laboratories, DTS, JBL Professional, Linear Acoustic, Studer and Yamaha – “DTV Audio Group Forum: Audio Production and Distribution in an Evolving Television Delivery Landscape” will explore the opportunities and challenges presented by advanced encoding schemes and to debate whether ubiquitous mobile and over-the-top content delivery demands a retrenchment to more limited audio or could lead to further audio advances. The discussion will also address the long-term implications of mobile data’s inevitable annexation of available broadcast spectrum and the resulting impact on wireless production, and will once again revisit the challenges of producing multichannel music for television.

“What we’ve done is reached out to the key innovators and leaders across the spectrum of broadcast television audio, from the networks, the programs, the facilities and the manufacturers who are deeply involved in charting the course of television sound into the future,” states DTV Audio Group Executive Director Roger Charlesworth. “These are the people who are asking and answering the questions about the future.”

Those questions and others will be addressed by panels with considerable technical star power. After a keynote address from Tom Sahara, Vice President of Operations and Technology at Turner Sports and Sports Video Group Chairman, they will include:

A Paler Shade of White: Facing the Realities of Shrinking Professional Wireless Spectrum
Panelists:

Mark Brunner, Senior Director of Global Public Relations, Shure Incorporated
Joe Ciaudelli, Sennheiser, Director, Advanced Products and Engineering
Kevin Cleary, Senior Audio Producer, ESPN
Henry Cohen, Senior RF Design Engineer, CP Communications
Peter Larsson, General Manager, Broadcast Sports Incorporated

Objects Are Closer Than They Appear: Interactivity, Object Oriented Audio and Advanced Channel Formats in Next-Generation Services
Panelists:

Robert Bleidt, Division General Manager, Fraunhofer USA
Jean-Marc Jot, Vice President of Research and Development, DTS
Jim Starzynski, Director and Principal Audio Engineer, NBCUniversal
Nicolas Tsingos, Senior Platform Engineer, Dolby Laboratories

How Many Channels is Your Cloud? – Expanding Visions of Television Audio for Mobile and Over-the-Top Streaming Delivery
Panelists:

Hardys Eggum, Vice President Media Technology, HBO
Stacey Foster, Coordinating Producer, Saturday Night Live
Peter Scott, Vice President for Emerging Media, Turner Sports
Sean Richardson, Director of Post Production, Audio, Starz Entertainment

Television versus Music: Round Two — Revisiting the Joys of Multichannel Music and the Struggle for Stereo Compatibility
Panelists:

Roger Charlesworth, Executive Director, DTV Audio Group, and President, Charlesworth Media
Ken Hahn, Co-Founder and Principal, Sync Sound and Digital Cinema
Lawrence Manchester, Senior Music Mixer, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

For more information on the DTV Audio Group forum, please visit http://www.aes.org/events/135/specialevents/?ID=3742. For further information on the 135th AES International Convention, and to register for your free Exhibits-Plus badge or the premium All-Access badge, please visit http://www.aes.org/events/135/.

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Genelec Active Loudspeakers Chosen for Lady Luck, Blurring the Lines Between Home Cinema and State-of-the-Art Theater

— Massive Genelec speaker complement includes L-C-R array, 10 surround speakers and eight 12-inch subwoofers, all calibrated through a studio-grade QSC Signal Processor —

NATICK, MA, October 7, 2013 — When you step into Lady Luck, you are not going to the movies – you are instead transported to another realm of cinema experience. Designed by Slayman Cinema, and with its AV technology integrated and crafted by Cantara, this 45-seat luxury bijou redefines what is meant by the term “home theater.” And active loudspeakers from Genelec are there to redefine what cinema surround sound can be.

The audio system is a massive Genelec speaker array: three HT324AC Large Active Speakers make up the L-C-R array behind a record-breaking 18-foot-wide Stewart curved screen illuminated by a Digital Projection reference-level 3D projector; 10 Genelec AIW26 Active In-Wall Loudspeakers are used as surrounds; and there are a total of five subwoofers – a Genelec HTS6 Active Subwoofer is soffited beneath the theater’s front stage and four Genelec HTS4 Active Subwoofers distribute low frequencies evenly throughout the main level and balcony. Other technologies in Lady Luck include two AMX 5-inch wireless touchscreens located on both the main level and in the balcony, and audio processing through a studio-grade QSC DSP system.

“The room’s performance blows past any preconceived expectation of what a theater should sound like,” states Jason Voorhees, President of Cantara. “And the Genelecs are the only speakers that could fulfill everything that we had to accomplish in it.” Voorhees says the combination of the room’s massive size – the ceiling is 22 feet high, allowing for the inclusion of a 21-seat rear balcony with its own two pairs of AIW26 surround speakers and two HTS4 subwoofers – and its requirement that the theater’s sound be as superb as its visual aesthetics demanded a very specific kind of speaker performance. “It’s an extraordinarily large room, and because there is so much air volume, there are only a tiny handful of speaker manufacturers whose loudspeakers can handle the level of loudness that we needed,” he explains. “On top of that, we also demanded the highest level of finesse. When you put those requirements together, the answer is Genelec.”

Voorhees also complimented Genelec speakers’ sonic consistency, which was critical in a theater of this size. “Each speaker has a consistent sound quality across the entire model range – they speak as if with one voice,” he says. “The sound is uniform throughout the soundfield in the theater. That’s why for our largest theaters we use Genelec. It’s as close to natural sound reproduction as you can get.”

For more information, please visit www.genelecusa.com.

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GC Pro Expands Its Offerings to Include Martin® Professional Products

— Company provides customers and GC Pro Affiliate Program members with additional resources for the commercial installation market sector —

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA, October 3, 2013 — Guitar Center Professional (GC Pro), the outside sales division of Guitar Center that focuses on the needs of professional users, announces that, as part of its ongoing growth and expansion, it is now an authorized dealer of products from Martin® Professional, a premium lighting manufacturer headquartered in Denmark and recently acquired by HARMAN International.

Rick Plushner, GC Pro Vice President, stated, “As we continue to expand into the commercial installation market sector, Martin Lighting is an important brand that helps us provide our customers and affiliate members with comprehensive solutions for their projects. Martin holds either the #1 or #2 market share in almost every product line position they participate in. They are truly a world-class leader in the touring, house-of-worship, cruise ship, night club, live events and television vertical markets. And now, through the strong partnership that Guitar Center has with HARMAN, we’re excited to announce that GC Pro is now an authorized Martin Professional dealer. We have been training our personnel on this product line so they can offer the same expertise here to our clients they bring with all the other brands we represent.”

For more information, please visit www.gcpro.com.

About Martin® Professional
As a world leader in dynamic lighting solutions, Martin® lighting systems are renowned the world over. Most recently, the outdoor Martin LED lighting system was showcased during Super Bowl XLVII at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Martin luminaires have also recently been used for live performances by rock acts such as the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and Coldplay as well as for the latest Broadway and West End musicals. Martin is in the process of launching new products across all of its product lines including new models in the award-winning MAC Viper family, as well as new creative LED video products, innovative lighting control solutions, new atmospheric smoke solutions and more.

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