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Renkus-Heinz Fits the Bill at the Aratani Theater in Little Tokyo

Los Angeles, CA – January 2015…. Located in Little Tokyo, the historic heart of the Japanese American community in Los Angeles, the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center (JACCC) was the dream of visionary first and second-generation Japanese American pioneers to create a permanent community center where arts and culture could come alive and flourish for future generations. Since first opening its doors in 1980, the JACCC has evolved into one of the largest ethnic art and cultural centers in the U.S.

Among the JACCC’s facilities is the 880-seat Aratani Theatre. The Aratani stages a range of performances year-round, from music to dance and drama, requiring a sound system that can meet those versatile requirements. JACCC representatives were not happy with the Theater’s existing sound system, and called upon audio consultant Gerald Ishibashi to recommend a solution. After analyzing the room and considering the multi-use performance needs, Ishibashi recommended Renkus-Heinz IC2 steered array systems for front of house, and RH-Series systems for stage monitors.

“The Aratani is a nicely designed room, but their existing system was not a full range solution,” Ishibashi explains. “They’ve had continual issues with poor intelligibility and inconsistent coverage in some areas. I’ve used Renkus-Heinz products for years, and their beam steering technology is just the best there is. When the new IC2 systems were introduced, I felt it would be a great solution for the sound issues in the hall.”

 For the front of house system, Ishibashi recommended a pair of IC2-FR Digitally Steerable arrays on either side of the stage. “We brought the IC2 cabinets into the room and, because the arrays are steerable, we were able to ground stack them instead of flying the arrays, which eliminated line of sight issues. Ralph Heinz came in and commissioned the system, and it sounded great. The clarity and articulation was just amazing, and it was consistent to every seat in the house.”

For stage monitors, Ishibashi recommended six 12-inch RH123 Three-Way Loudspeakers and a pair of 15-inch RH153 Three-Way Loudspeakers.

“The first test of the system was a live performance by The Association,” said Ishibashi. “Being a vocal group, I knew this concert would be a good test of both the house and monitor systems. After the show, the band members were ecstatic about the sound, both on stage and in the theater.”

A subsequent show with Jackson Browne confirmed his decision. “Jackson’s engineer has exceptionally high standards, and I could see he was initially a bit skeptical of the system,” says Ishibashi. “After the show, he made it a point to tell me how happy he was with the sound. That’s the thing with the IC2 – people are initially skeptical because they are used to a curved line array. But everybody that hears the IC2s loves them.”

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About Renkus-Heinz - 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.

 

 

WORXAUDIO TECHNOLOGIES LOUDSPEAKER SYSTEM DEPLOYED AT CEDAR GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH

**** Photo: Cedar Grove Baptist Church sanctuary ****

**** Photo: Cedar Grove Baptist Church sanctuary ****

Carthage, TX – January 2015… Recognizing that God’s message is only relevant if it can be heard clearly, Cedar Grove Baptist Church management recently elected to upgrade their sanctuary’s sound system. To ensure the highest levels of speech intelligibility and music reproduction, they chose a compact line array system from Greensboro, North Carolina-based WorxAudio Technologies. more

Renkus-Heinz Welcomes MediasPro as New Distributor in Germany

Orange County, CA and Eckersdorf, Germany – January 2015… Renkus-Heinz has announced the appointment of MediasPro GmbH as the company’s new distribution partner in Germany, effective January 1, 2015.

Founded in 1999, MediasPro is one of Germany’s leading distributors for installed audio products, including digital audio networking, PA systems, and amplifiers, as well as amplification control and monitoring technologies. MediasPro also specializes in room and concert hall acoustics, with more than 15 years’ experience in acoustical measurements, room modeling and evaluation, and electroacoustical tuning of room parameters.

“Renkus-Heinz is one of the world’s most respected and renowned professional audio manufacturers,” remarked Michael Voessing, MediasPro CEO. “With the addition of Renkus-Heinz products to our portfolio, MediasPro will now be in a position to provide the finest integrated systems solutions for projects ranging for small installations to large venues. We are very much looking forward to working with this outstanding brand, and with the great team at Renkus-Heinz.”

Renkus-Heinz European Sales Manager Hâkkan Sjöö added, “We are exceptionally pleased to welcome MediasPro to the Renkus-Heinz family. Their team are truly experts in the field of installed sound technologies, and their reputation is second to none. We are looking forward to a long and mutually successful relationship.”

In addition to their main office in Eckersdorf, MediasPro also operates regional offices in Bad Vilbel, Haimhausen, and Schwaebisch Hall. For more information on MediasPro, visit their website at www.mediaspro.de.

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About Renkus-Heinz - 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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Meyer Sound CAL at Carolina Panthers’ Stadium: A Clear Solution for Distributed Audio

BOA stadiumHome of the Carolina Panthers NFL football team, Bank of America Stadium has installed 30 steerable CAL™ column array loudspeakers from Meyer Sound to provide exceptional intelligibility for 37,000 fans in its upper deck area. The slender profile of CAL harmoniously blends in with flagpoles, solving an aesthetic challenge in distributed sound systems for sports venues.

“The Panthers’ stadium doesn’t have a continuous lighting catwalk like other NFL stadiums, so there was no place to put the sizeable conventional speakers we would need to cover the upper level without having large clusters up on poles,” says Mark Graham, the system designer and an associate of consultants Wrightson, Johnson, Haddon & Williams (WJHW). “Aesthetically, the clusters would have been a hard sell to the architects and stadium management.”

The proposal of the CAL loudspeakers was a turning point in the system design process, according to Cliff Miller, Carolina Panthers audio director who has been with the organization since 1995. “The CAL loudspeakers were probably the deciding factor in going with a distributed system in that stadium because of their slim profile,” Miller says. “With the CALs, you notice the flags more than the speakers. They look like an integral element of the architecture.”

Thirty CAL 96 loudspeakers are spaced evenly between the lighting towers and configured for a 30-degree downward beam tilt and a five-degree vertical beam spread. The result is uniform, wide-bandwidth coverage to the farthest seats located over 100 feet away.

“The CAL loudspeakers handle everything exceptionally well—not just the announcers, but also music playback, referee mics, and live bands, which the CALs handle easily,” says Miller. “We’re not running them at anywhere near their full potential.”

The Meyer Sound system was provided andinstalled by Minneapolis-based Parsons Technologies, a division of Parsons Electric. The architecture firm for the upgrade was Wagner Murray Architects.

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Concord Pavilion Improves Lawn Coverage with Meyer Sound MICA

concordCalifornia’s Concord Pavilion has completed its first concert season with its new Meyer Sound MICA® line array loudspeaker system covering its 4,570-capacity lawn seating area in the foothills of Mount Diablo. Since installation, the upgraded system has provided pristine, uniform lawn coverage for performances from Journey, The Steve Miller Band, Aerosmith, and Chicago to Kings of Leon, Marc Anthony, and Linkin Park.

“Clarity, intelligibility, and transparency are the words we hear most often to describe the new MICA system,” says Steve Paine, technical director of the Concord Pavilion and project manager behind the system makeover. “Patrons have remarked that they can understand vocals far better than before.”

The upgrade to the lawn system comprises 27 MICA loudspeakers positioned in seven arrays across the lawn, while four JM-1P arrayable loudspeakers and two UPA-1P loudspeakers provide additional fill. A Galileo® Callisto™ loudspeaker management system with one Galileo Callisto 408 array processor provides system drive and alignment, while a Compass® RMS™ remote monitoring system communicates loudspeaker performance data.

“The MICA system is truly small but mighty,” Paine says. “It’s very easy to control and seems impervious to distortion, no matter how hard we drive the gain.”

The arrays have also made a positive impression on touring acts throughout the concert season. “Artists and sound engineers are pleased to see this new, state-of-the-art sound system when they arrive at the venue,” reports Paine. “It demonstrates to them that we care about our patrons, and about how we represent the artists who play our venue.”

Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the Concord Pavilion has been a Bay Area mainstay since 1975. The 12,500-capacity venue is owned by the City of Concord and operated by Live Nation.

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Danley Delivers Clarity and Punch at Alabama’s Iron City Music Venue

IronCity_ExteriorBIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA – DECEMBER 2014: Birmingham, Alabama’s Iron City is a new 1,300-capacity music venue that plays host to acts both local and national. It occupies two former automotive warehouses downtown that the owners gutted and renovated to hit the perfect middle between steely grit and modern elegance. As General Manager Mike Creager put it, “At Iron City, we aim to do everything a cut above. From production to hospitality, we always shoot for a high standard.” That philosophy extends to sound reinforcement as well. Creager worked with Tim Ogletree at MediaMerge (Chelsea, Alabama) to design a zero-compromise system that would be appropriate for Iron City’s wide footprint. Rather than a line array, Creager and Ogletree designed a point-source system using Danley Sound Labs’ patented Synergy Horn loudspeakers and Tapped Horn subwoofers. Although sometimes skeptical of the system’s relatively small size (Danley designs are several factors more efficient than conventional designs), live sound engineers universally leave Iron City rekindled of the spark that got them into the live sound business in the first place.

“Tim introduced me to Danley Sound Labs and the Danley concept, and the company flew me to Gainesville, Georgia to tour their production facility,” said Creager. “I was impressed with Danley’s fidelity and intelligibility. Danley boxes have a clarity and presence that caught my ear. I’ve worked on a number of systems, and they usually involved eating deep into the EQ and filters. The Danley boxes required almost none of that. They’re pleasantly flat, and Danley subs have plenty of bass that’s nicely articulated. When I got back to Birmingham, Tim and I set to designing a great system for Iron City. When needed, we got ready help from Ivan Beaver, Danley’s chief engineer. In fact, then (and since) Danley’s customer support has been phenomenal. I get parts or answers almost before I’ve dialed the last number!”

IronCity_StageIron City’s room is wider than it is deep, and for a venue of its capacity, the ceiling is relatively low. However appropriate they may be in a deeper, larger facility, line arrays would definitely not do the trick at Iron City. In contrast, the point source Danley boxes would provide smooth, even coverage across the floor, with plenty of SPL. In a mirrored, true stereo system, a pair of Danley SH-96s provide main coverage. To the side of each, a Danley SH-64 provides mezzanine fill, and below each, a Danley SH-69 provides down fill. All together, two Danley TH-412 subwoofers and two Danley TH-118 subwoofers provide ample bass. Lake LM44 processors condition the system, and Lab.gruppen FP-series amplifiers power it.

“The system is tremendously efficient,” said Jason Westbrook, production manager at Iron City. “It’s loud and clear, with tons of headroom. We can’t blow it up. It doesn’t distort, even when we crank it up. Because we have a huge range of acts at Iron City – from country to hip-hop to rap to metal – the system’s flexibility is appreciated. It’s got the clarity, transparency, and power to satisfy all those styles. When engineers first arrive and set up their measurement systems, the first thing they remark on is how even the coverage is. It’s obvious on their screens and it’s easy to hear.”

Although the Danley name is popping up on more and more riders, it’s still in the minority at live music venues. That provides Creager and Westbrook with the opportunity (and occasional burden) of showing engineers its advantages. “It helps that we’ve had a year of successful shows – many with big name, national acts,” said Creager. “One of our first big shows was for Bush, and that engineer was worried there wouldn’t be enough power. It’s understandable. People aren’t used to seeing a single Danley box where normally they’d see a bunch of boxes. They don’t understand the Danley technology, and they want to have a good show. I promised the Bush engineer that we would bring in more boxes if he wasn’t happy. Of course, he was. Everyone leaves Iron City commenting on how great it sounds. And many engineers claim this is one of the best sounding rooms in the South. We’re pleased, to say the least.”

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.

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Ashly Amps and Processors Team with Danley Outdoor Loudspeakers at One of the Largest U.S. Private Schools

SevernSchool_AthleticCenterBALTIMORE, MARYLAND – DECEMBER 2014: Severn School is among the largest and most august private schools in the nation. Situated midway between Baltimore and Annapolis in Maryland, Severn School was founded in 1914 as a preparatory school for the U.S. Navy. Today, it serves eight hundred students from kindergarten to twelfth grade. In recent years, Severn School has been updating its buildings and grounds, including new turf fields for football, field hockey, soccer, and lacrosse adjacent to the new Edward St. John Athletic Center. For a few years after their installation, the school used a portable system for every football game, a solution that proved to be of low quality and, moreover, quite a hassle. Severn School called on Baltimore-based A/V contractor HP Electronics to design and install a permanent system. Citing their value and sound quality, HP Electronics installed an Ashly MX-206 six-channel microphone mixer, an Ashly nXp 1.52 two-channel 1500W Network Amplifier with a built-in Protea™ DSP Processor powering three Danley Sound Labs OS-80 fully-weatherized full-range loudspeakers.

SevernSchool_SpeakerWith no press box or permanent building adjacent to the field, HP Electronics Sales Designer Joe Schwartz gave Severn School a portable rack bag that connects to the permanent Danley OS-80s via a simple five-pin connector. Inside the rack, the Ashly MX-206 analog mixer provides a simple, intuitive way to control input volume for an Audio-Technica wireless microphone and a custom input panel for connecting MP3 playback devices and the like. A Furman CN-1800S provides power conditioning and sequencing, and is used to trigger a Furman CN20P within the main rack inside the Athletic Center, allowing the entire system to be powered up from the outdoor mix position. The Ashly nXp 1.52 provides abundant power and processing for the system in just two rack spaces. “I’ve always been a fan of Ashly products,” said Schwartz. “The MX-206 is simple to use, sounds great, and will serve Severn School a long, long time. The nXp 1.52 delivers a ton of power for the cost, and the optional built-in processing is very convenient and easy to use.”

Schwartz configured the three Danley OS-80s such that two cover the left and right sides of the bleachers and one covers the field from a crow’s nest above the bleachers. “We’ve used Danley loudspeakers and subwoofers in a number of churches and auditoriums, and they sound great,” he said. “When we saw that Danley had come out with a fully-weatherized loudspeaker that was based on the same design that we had used in the churches, it seemed like an excellent way to go at Severn. The engineers at Danley even helped with the design based on a similar field they had done. The OS-80s were relatively lightweight and easy to install. I was shocked that the single OS-80 was able to cover pretty much the entire field. And that coverage, like the coverage in the bleachers, is remarkably even. Overall, the system has great fidelity and coverage, and it came in at a very competitive price point.”

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 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

CRAS Outfits New Control Room wth Super Transparent ATC SCM25A Reference Monitors

Conservatory_RecordingArtsSciencesGILBERT, ARIZONA: The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences – or “CRAS” as it is more affectionately known – is a top-tier technical school dedicated to placing its well-trained students in entry-level positions in the music, game audio, live sound, broadcast, and post-production industries. Unlike most similar programs, CRAS obligates its students to obtain internships in order to graduate, and it has a excellent record of helping students obtain their first paying gig. Part of its success, which has resulted in literally hundreds of CRAS grads working on literally hundreds of Grammy Award-winning projects, is exposing students to high-end professional tools. Thus, when CRAS recently expanded its facilities with the addition of control rooms F and G, it put ATC SCM25A Pro reference monitors – among the industry’s most-trusted tools – in both.

“Our rooms reflect reality in the industry,” said Tony Nunes, music production instructor and manufacture liaison at CRAS. Nunes, together with Mike Jones, director of education, travels to trade shows, recording studios, and post-production facilities around the country to keep CRAS’s facilities and instruction in perfect synchrony with the latest (and enduring) industry standards. “We sculpt our technology and instruction to remain always at the current standards in the industry,” he continued. “Two years ago at AES in New York City, we visited a lot of the big studios in town, like Stadium Red and Electric Ladyland, and talked with our grads who worked there. A consistent theme that studio managers/staff stressed was the persistent requests they received for ATC monitors; so persistent, in fact, that most studios invested in their own ATCs.” CRAS’s ATC SCM25A Pros join Pro Tools HDX rigs with Apogee converters, [soundBlade HD] rigs with Mytek converters, and SSL AWS 948 combined console and control surfaces.

“The ATCs are certainly the most transparent monitors we have at CRAS,” said Nunes. “Students don’t get to studios F and G until they are a little ways into the program. By that time, they can really appreciate the details that the ATCs reveal. For example, when we’re tracking in those control rooms, students will notice the smallest details, like fret buzz on the bass. One time we had a vocalist who was struggling with an allergy and sinus problem. After he rested and had some tea, he came back and all the students could really hear the physicality of the difference. One student said it was like he could see the vocal cords in the ATCs. They’re a really great tool.”

Because students use the ATC SCM25A Pros later in the program, they get an opportunity to scrutinize their earlier projects. “They know so much more six months later, and now they’ve got these great monitors that reveal so much; it can often be a painful experience,” said Nunes. “But we bravely turn it into a learning experience. We find and analyze the mistakes, and then students may remix their projects. Every time, they come back happy with the results. Because the new mixes pass the test on the ATCs, they translate everywhere else, like students’ cars, apartments and computers.”

Although CRAS is explicit in stating that it does not teach students to be mastering engineers per se – which necessarily requires skills that can only be acquired through years of experience – it most definitely teaches its students about the mastering process and about the technical details that mastering engineers will expect of their work. There again, the ATC SCM25A Pros, which are mastering-grade reference monitors, benefit CRAS students.

ABOUT TRANSAUDIO GROUPTransAudio Group, founded by industry veteran Brad Lunde, has quickly become the premier U.S. importer/distributor and/or U.S. sales and marketing representative for high-end audio. Success hinges on TransAudio providing dealers and end users with a higher standard of product expertise and support far beyond the norm.

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The Wave Builds With Martin Audio Subs

The Wave WS218Xs

Las Vegas, NV––Specializing in audio production, rentals and sales, The Wave recently added a dozen of Martin Audio’s popular WS218X subwoofers to its growing inventory.

Asked about the purchase, owner Scott Fisher responds, “We wanted additional low end reinforcement for live shows and DJ events and chose the Martin Audio WS218X because it’s a good sounding, high output subwoofer from a brand known and respected by engineers and audio people around the world. Getting these was a win-win all the way around.”

Scott also has a full Martin Audio monitor rig consisting of 14 x LE1200s, which he likes because “they’re rider friendly, work well and are very reliable.”

The first outing for the new subwoofers was a country concert at Drai’s Nightclub at the Cromwell Las Vegas and Casino featuring Texas artist Pat Green as headliner and opening act The Dirty River Boys.

As Scott explains, “the concert took place during National Finals Rodeo, a 10-day event when Las Vegas gets very country because the event sells out the Thomas and Mack Center which seats over 18,000 people.

“In terms of the show, everything went really well with the subs even though it was the first time out. The FOH engineers for both bands, Luke Wilbanks for the Dirty River Boys and Braxton Henry for Pat Green, were super happy. They thought everything sounded great.

“The guy in charge of sound at Drai’s, who usually prefers another brand of speakers, thought the WS218X’s sounded really good and tight. He we was so impressed that we already have other shows booked in the room.”

“After the show,” Scott concludes, “my systems tech, who was also very impressed, told me that we’d made a really good purchase. I knew the WS218X’s were going to perform well, but the overall reaction has been way more positive than I expected.”

For more about Martin Audio, please click to www.martin-audio.com.

About Martin Audio®
Founded by audio engineer David Martin in 1971, Martin Audio pioneered the use of all-horn-loaded bass designs in world-class touring loudspeaker systems for groups such as Pink Floyd, ELP and Supertramp. Located outside of London, Martin Audio now embodies a sophisticated mix of acoustic design, research, mathematical modeling and software engineering for a wide range of products in the installation, cinema and touring sound markets.

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MASQUE SOUND LENDS A HELPING HAND FOR DON HILL TRIBUTE SHOW BENEFITING ROAD RECOVERY

Custom Audio Equipment Package Turns Up the Volume at Historic Fundraiser

NEW YORKMasque Sound, a leading theatrical sound reinforcement, installation and design company, recently donated a custom audio equipment package to The Hills NYC, formerly known as the famous Don Hill’s rock club, for Celebrating Don Hill – A Night of Live Music to benefit Road Recovery. The New York-based Road Recovery is a non-profit dedicated to helping young people battle addiction and other adversities by harnessing the influence of entertainment industry professionals who have confronted similar crises and now wish to share their experience, knowledge and resources. Michael C. Hall Onstage at The Hills NYC during Road Recovery Benefit Show (c) www.TracyKetcher.com

The benefit, which took place on December 7, featured Hedwig and the Angry Inch composer/lyricist/co-creator Stephen Trask and punk rockers Tits of Clay, whose members, by day, resume their roles playing in the fictional band, The Angry Inch, in the current Broadway production. This Hedwig-themed tribute to legendary booker, promoter and club owner Don Hill marked their return to the site of the show’s genesis—Don Hill’s rock club, soon to re-open as The Hills NYC. The benefit for Road Recovery featured Broadway’s current Hedwig, Michael C. Hall; Fred Schneider of the B-52’s; David Johansen, widely known as Buster Poindexter and Tony Award® winner Lena Hall, including opening sets performed by rock band OURS and Road Recovery’s own youth house band, Type II. The night was emceed by Rock Punk Couture designer/artist Michael H., who was a long-time friend of Don Hill.

“After Hurricane Sandy damages and three years of abandonment, the legendary Don Hill’s was an empty room with considerable technical challenges for sound production,” says Gene Bowen, Road Recovery’s founder. “Masque Sound, a title sponsor for our charity event, helped bring a proper sound system back into the rock club and, in turn, raised the hopes and spirits of our young people by literally giving them a voice. On the night of the benefit, it was uplifting to see the Road Recovery youth house band perform on a big stage, and it all would not have been possible without Masque Sound’s support.” Road Recovery's Own Youth House Band - Type II - Performing Live Onstage at The Hills NYC (c) www.TracyKetcher.com

In order to bring the legendary club back to life, Masque Sound not only supplied the high-quality sound system but also provided dedicated staff members who were integral in the planning and execution of the audio system for the event. The team was lead by Matt Dale, who was joined by several additional Masque Sound staff members, including Ralph Grasso and Dave Francisco. The sound system consisted of Meyer Sound UPQ-1P wide coverage loudspeakers for the mains and 600-HPs for subwoofers, providing exceptional coverage throughout the space without the need for amplifiers. In addition, Masque Sound supplied a DiGiCo SD9 Live Digital Console for front-of-house and monitors. Masque Sound’s Dave Francisco also utilized the new DiGiCo iPad app® for several monitor mixes.

“Our crew at Masque Sound embraced the challenge of transforming the club into a great night of music and purpose for this very special benefit, which honored the late Don Hill, says Stephanie Hansen, vice president and general manager, Masque Sound. “The highlight for me, aside from all the wonderful big name talent that showed up to play, were the kids from Road Recovery and their band, Type II. They really rocked the house and their honest message of overcoming adversity was a real inspiration to all of us there.”

To learn more about Road Recovery, including how to get involved, visit www.roadrecovery.org.

About Masque Sound
Founded in 1936 by a trio of Broadway stagehands, Masque Sound evolved into one of NYC’s most successful theatrical sound reinforcement, installation and design companies specializing in theatrical, house of worship, sporting, corporate, TV broadcast and live concert events. Celebrating more than 75 years in the industry, the company is lead by Geoff Shearing, the firm’s 3rd generation owner, and Vice President and General Manager Stephanie Hansen. The company also operates Florida-based Professional Wireless Systems, a leader in the development and implementation of wireless technology. Credits range from major Broadway shows and tours including “Phantom of the Opera,” “Mamma Mia!,” “Lion King,” “Jersey Boys,” “Memphis,” “The Book of Mormon,” “Newsies,” “Once” and “Kinky Boots” to yearly Super Bowl broadcasts and installations of varying sizes, including New York’s New Victory Theater and historic St. Bartholomew’s Church. Masque Sound’s 70,000 sq. ft. corporate headquarters and main assembly facility is located at 21 East Union Ave., East Rutherford, NJ, 20 minutes from midtown Manhattan. For more information, call (201) 939-8666 or visit www.MasqueSound.com.

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