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Press Releases For : January 15, 2015

Morris Light & Sound Invests in Large Inventory of Clay Paky, MA Lighting Consoles and MDG’s theONE Fogger/Hazer

L1000196Morris Light & Sound, a Nashville-based full-service production and integration company, has expanded its equipment inventory with the addition of a large complement of Clay Paky lighting fixtures, MA Lighting consoles and MDG’s theONE fogger/hazer. All of the brands are exclusively distributed in North America by A.C.T Lighting, Inc.

Morris Light & Sound has 25 years experience in the entertainment industry providing audio, video and lighting services for live events, tours and fixed installations throughout North America. It leases, sells and installs leading-edge lighting, audio and video equipment to touring artists, corporations, convention centers, award shows, festivals and political events.

The company’s biggest single purchase to date consisted of 240 Clay Paky Mythos fixtures, a highly-advanced hybrid light which serves as an excellent 470-watt spotlight and an extraordinary beam light. As a spot it offers an outstanding large beam and zoom optimized for focusing; as a beam light it remains parallel for its entire length even at great distances. Mythos is smooth, fast and very quiet with a completely redesigned indexed visual effects disc.

David Haskell, President / CEO of Morris Light & Sound, believes the new Mythos has the potential to take the market by storm, “just like the Sharpy did when it was first introduced. Mythos’s three big attractions for us are its amazing power efficiency, its light weight and its versatility.”

“I know Clay Paky manufacturing will be busy keeping up with the demand for these new lights,” he says. “My phone is ringing every day with calls from people who want to rent them – and all of ours are deployed until September!” adds Haskell.

Morris Light & Sound debuted 160 of its Mythos fixtures on the recent “Ultimate Kickoff” concert special on CMT, the official kickoff entertainment event for the national College Football Playoffs. Mythos heads off next on country duo’s Florida Georgia Line’s “Anything Goes” tour in support of their new studio album. Then Mythos goes on the road with Kenny Chesney’s “The Big Revival Tour.”.

The company also invested in 44 Clay Paky Stormy strobes, an innovative new fixture that uses the latest LED technology while retaining all the charm of the classic strobe. Its light source is a strip of powerful white LEDs, which perfectly emulate a bright Xenon linear lamp. The flash effect is enhanced by Stormy’s parabolic reflector, like a classic strobe’s, which does not project the light directly forward like other LED strobes.

Haskell hails Stormy’s low power consumption and brightness. “They will allow customers to use way less power on tour,” he says. “The Stormy’s power consumption averages about 1/5 of the power needed in comparison to older traditional models – and Stormy appears to be a brighter light.”

The Stormy fixtures will head out with Kenny Chesney, whose tour specifically requested that Morris Light & Sound provide them.

Additionally, Clay Paky A.leda B-EYE K20 innovative, LED-based moving lights have joined the inventory. “The Florida Georgia Line tour asked for them, so we purchased 30 units,” Haskell says. “The B-EYE is a great wash light and an effects light that offers great individuality of control.”

Morris Light & Sound also boosted its roster of grandMA2 consoles with six more grandMA2 desks in both full-size and light models. “We needed more to meet client demand,” Haskell explains. “grandMA2 is definitely the industry’s console of choice.”

Although the company already has an inventory of MDG foggers and hazers, it just purchased MDG’s theONE, a fully-digital, dual-mode fog/haze atmospheric generator.

theONE is a completely self-contained package offering sophisticated control over atmospheric effects from a single source. It is designed to give a maximum of consecutive, non-stop hours of fog/haze without service.

“theONE does both haze and fog and has very nice control from the console,” says Haskell. “I’d seen it and was impressed, then the lighting designer for the Florida Georgia Line tour requested it, so it was logical for us to add theONE to our inventory.”

Brian Dowd, A.C.T Lighting Vice President of Sales and Marketing, concluded, “Morris Light & Sound is valuable partner that has always been on the leading edge of technology. They are an innovative company and we look forward to the high profile projects that feature this new gear.”

About A.C.T Lighting

A leading importer and distributor of lighting products, A.C.T Lighting, Inc. strives to identify future trends and cutting-edge products, and stock, sell and support their inventory. The company provides superior customer service and value for money to all of its clients.

For more information call 818-707-0884.

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PMC Launches Online Retailing for its twotwo™ Monitor Series

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British loudspeaker manufacturer PMC is encouraging new customers to try its compact twotwo™ reference monitor series by setting up Reference Monitor Centres at key Hi-Fi retail outlets around the UK.

The new centres are offering high quality demonstration facilities so that customers can listen to PMC’s twotwo product range in an acoustically accurate environment and receive advice from highly trained staff.

The monitors can then be bought online via a dedicated twotwo sales website and either delivered direct to the customer or to the nearest Reference Monitor Centre, all of which are offering a Click and Collect service.

Ian Downs, Pro Audio Sales Manager for PMC, says: “Our twotwo range is ideally suited to young producers and DJs who are working from home and want simple, high performance active monitors with DAC and digital playback sources. These technology-savvy customers are very comfortable with buying online, but they still want access to good demo facilities and well qualified staff who can help them identify the right product for their needs.”

PMC’s Reference Monitor Centres are strategically located in key cities such as Newcastle, London and Bristol. By basing them in Hi-Fi retail outlet, PMC is once again reinforcing its strong links between the studio and the home listening environment.

“It is PMC’s philosophy that there should be no difference between the sound the artist and producer approves in a studio and what the consumer hears at home,” Ian Downs says. “That is why all of our speaker products, whether they are destined for the studio or the home, are based on the same ATL™ (Advanced Transmission Line) technology that guarantees high quality, distortion-free audio.”

PMC’s twotwo range comprises of three models – the twotwo.5, the twotwo.6 and the twotwo.8, all of which combine PMC’s world-class design pedigree with sophisticated digital processing and active amplification. Ideally suited to nearfield monitoring in situations where space is at a premium, the twotwo range offers professional users high levels of clarity, transparency and accuracy.

Many renowned artists and producers have invested in PMC’s twotwo monitors, including BRIT and MPG Award-winning producer Alan Moulder and BAFTA Award-winning sound mixer Howard Bargroff.

For more information about PMC Reference Monitor Centres, please visit www.pmc-speakers.com/twotwo/demo


About PMC
PMC is a UK-based, world-leading manufacturer of loudspeaker systems, the tools of choice in all ultra-critical professional monitoring applications, and also for the discerning audiophile at home, where they provide a transparent window into the recording artist’s original intentions. PMC products use the best availablematerials and design principles, including the company’s proprietary Advanced Transmission Line (ATL™) bass-loading technology, cutting-edge amplification and advanced DSP techniques to create loudspeakers that present sound and music exactly as it was when first created, with the highest possible resolution, and without coloration or distortion. For more information on our clients and products, see www.pmc-speakers.com.

API’s 1608 Debut in Korea for Engineers-in-Training

Kwangwoon_UniversitySEOUL/ANSWONG, KOREA – JANUARY 2015: Korean distributor MI Corporation’s most recent sale for API is a landmark deal. Two 1608 consoles were sold at once, marking the first two colleges in the country to install API consoles. Although a handful of other 1608s have been sold in Korea, this particular sale adds to API’s growing presence in colleges and universities around the world. The first console of this double-hitter was sold to Kwangwoon University, where it is used in the Practical Music department. Kwangwoon is a private research university in Seoul that is best known for its engineering and IT programs. The Practical Music department is one among many designed to give students hands-on experience that will translate to important skills in the work force. Kwangwoon was founded in 1934, during the “dawn of the electronic era” for Korea, at which time the school was called the “Joseon Radio Training Center.” Music recording and transmitting is still a major part of what Kwangwoon students are learning every day – now API is part of that education.

Dowoon_Technical_CollegeThe second 1608 was purchased through MI Corporation by Doowon Technical College. This console has also been installed in the Practical Music department’s practice studio. Also like Kwangwoon, Doowon commissioned a 16-channel 1608 for its students. Based in Answong, Doowon is a school for engineers-in-training, making it the perfect home for a 1608. Chan Doo Kim, the founder and chairman of the Doowon Group, says this of the students at Doowon: “It is my hope that young engineers who will be responsible for the future carry a formidable determination and a challenging consciousness to take the highest authority in their chosen professions.” The school was founded in 1990, and has sister relationships with engineering schools in China and Japan.

Both consoles were installed in August, and have been used to give the students practical experience on top-of-the-line equipment. Hak Yong Shim of MI Corp says that the schools were convinced to purchase API gear not only by, “MI Corp suggestions, but also based on the opinions of professors at the schools.”

In the last few months, API saw new consoles installed in schools across three separate continents, from large-format Vision and Legacy units to the newest compact BOX console, which premiered at last year’s AES conference in New York. The BOX’s presence in educational facilities continues to grow as schools all over the world choose to place API equipment in their programs, with the intention of training students on the best in the world of analog recording. API hopes that this trend continues, and that opportunities for permanent placement in schools everywhere will continue to grow.

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.


Press Releases For : January 14, 2015

PreSonus Appoints Wilkins Inside Sales Coordinator for WorxAudio

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Baton Rouge, LA – January 2015… PreSonus announces the appointment of Blaine Wilkins to the position of Inside Sales Coordinator for the company’s WorxAudio division. In his new position, Wilkins be responsible for taking presales calls from prospective customers, providing product information and comparative data as requested, and providing support for the company’s authorized dealers: handling product questions, order information, and processing credit returns/advanced replacements. Further, Wilkins will support WorxAudio sales representatives with their technical queries, order information, training materials, as well as answering inbound emails from end users, sales representatives, and dealers. He will also review all purchase orders for accuracy; ensuring that proper rigging and accessories are on order. (more…)

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**** Photo: Countryman I2 Instrument Microphone ****

**** Photo: Countryman I2 Instrument Microphone ****

Menlo Park, CA… NAMM Booth 6691, Hall A… Countryman Associates, Inc., the leading innovator of high-quality, miniature microphones, is pleased to introduce the I2 Instrument Microphone. Featuring the legendary sonic accuracy Countryman microphones are known for, the new I2 Instrument Microphone maintains a low profile while being the ideal choice for a wide range of instrument miking applications, including sound reinforcement of bands and orchestras as well as broadcast applications where accurate instrument capture is essential to the overall sound of a televised performance. (more…)

Martin Audio MLA Meets The Challenge Of Alfie Boe’s Serenata

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Alfie Boe’s Serenata tour recently arrived at the O2 Arena in London where the popular tenor and actor was supported by a 5-piece band, a 16-piece orchestra, the New Zealand musical trio Sol3 Mio and a powerful Martin Audio MLA Multi-cellular Loudspeaker Array, provided by Capital Sound.

Mixing the sound at FOH was experienced producer/engineer, Matteo Cifelli (owner of Fastermaster Studio) assisted by system tech, Joseph Pearce.

With 86 inputs at the console (including 80 mic channels), there was plenty to challenge the sound team as Boe worked through an Italian-based romantic repertoire, assisted in one instance by Rick Wakeman on keyboards. But once again MLA passed the test with flying colors.

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The same sound team had just come off a six-month stint with Il Divo, who shares the same management (Vector) as Alfie Boe, and Pearce had taken the opportunity to tweak the design in order to optimize the sound and further improve rear rejection.

Part of this optimization included providing 11 slim F8+ enclosures from Martin Audio’s Blackline+ series as lip fills along the stage front, while also specifying a pair of the equally unobtrusive DD12 (Differential Dispersion) horns on either side of the stage. This certainly met the approval of Cap’s project manager, Robin Conway, who described the speaker as “a really supercharged [Martin Audio] W2,” adding, “these fill in all the near outfills, and because they are powered, you can put them on the network, which is a huge bonus.”

He added that the deployment of the F8+s perfectly filled the triangle of seating immediately in front of the stage.

The main PA hangs were based around 14 MLA elements (plus two MLD Downfills) each side, with side hangs of 10 MLA.

Boe-MLA and Sign

Although the show was virtually all acoustic, and hardly dependent on LF overkill, Joseph Pearce had set four MLX along the front—left, right and a split pair in the center—while flying a further eight (four each side), with the top and bottom enclosures in each hang rear facing.

As for Cifelli, he names MLA as one of his favorite systems, having first encountered it during British Summertime at Hyde Park last summer (where he was mixing Sir Tom Jones), while later, at the Hong Kong Convention Center he was amazed to discover that just 12 enclosures a side would throw a distance of 330 ft. He had no hesitation in requesting MLA for this tour, particularly after such a long and positive experience with Il Divo.

“It was a logical choice,” he said. “I was confident we could achieve the perfect vocal sound and the clarity required for the orchestra.

“Tom Jones had sounded brilliant through MLA. Alfie has a more powerful and complicated voice––but thanks to the use of multiband compression the vocal never becomes harsh as it does through other systems, which just don’t sound as good.”

The challenge had been to shape the voice to deliver warmth and presence via the EQ in the face of loud stage monitoring. The vocal then had to nestle in the midst of a conventional band but with the addition of a 100 year old Dulcitone and accordion, and the orchestra when it came in.

“With the changes we have made the PA now sounds absolutely great, and the subs are also impressive,” he notes. “It’s now completely silent behind the hangs.

“One of the best qualities of the PA is that I can get the sound I’m looking for straight away. It reacts very well to the way I EQ instruments and I find it is an extremely musical PA that throws huge distances without losing any detail. The clarity at 200 to 260 ft. is fantastic.”

The sound team agrees that the new [reverse] sub configuration is also much more practical. “There’s a much better transient response and the MLX’s display superb rear rejection while still packing loads of impact.”

The show was driven all-digitally all the way to the speaker boxes via AES3, from Matteo Cifelli’s Avid D-Show and sidecar, with all five DSP card slots fully populated, which made the signal path noiseless. An EQ station, used as a master EQ and compressor, was the only sign of outboard dynamics.

But the final word comes from Joseph Pearce. “To have produced a self-powered, networked speaker system, with some serious companion software, has been a big step up for Martin Audio. The idea of this system is awesome––and it’s definitely the future.”

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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DPA Microphones Presents Full Line of Music Mics at the 2015 NAMM Show

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DPA Microphones Presents Full Line of Music Mics
at the 2015 NAMM Show

ANAHEIM, JANUARY 13, 2015 – DPA Microphones is showcasing the latest versions of its d:facto™ Vocal, d:vote™ 4099 Instrument and d:dicate™ Recording Microphones at the 2015 NAMM Show (Hall A, Booth 7113). Representatives will also be on hand to discuss the company’s new d:screet™ Necklace Microphone, which has been nominated for a prestigious 2015 Technical Excellence & Creativity (TEC) Award.

Following DPA’s continued commitment to providing the best vocal microphone on the market, the d:facto Vocal Microphone offers a true studio sound for the live stage. In addition to a superior natural sound, high separation and extreme SPL handling, singers and engineers are also afforded the choice between the company’s wired handle or its state-of-the-art adapter system, which allows for seamless integration with many professional wireless systems. The mic features DPA’s remarkable triple stage pop filter design and is available with black, golden and nickel grids.

Employed in top recording studios and live applications around the world, DPA’s d:dicate 4011 Cardioid Microphone is perfect for both close-ups on individual instruments and vocals as well as for spot-miking symphonies. Its components have been carefully selected to provide optimal neutrality, accuracy and extremely low distortion at even the highest sound levels. Additionally, the d:dicate 2011 Twin Diaphragm Cardioid Microphone is optimized for use on stage, with a linear off-axis response and a smaller frequency bandwidth, which increases stage separation and gain-to-feedback, making the mic level easier to control.

Available with adapters suitable for a vast majority of instruments, the company’s d:vote 4099 Instrument Microphones can be purchased individually or in four-piece or 10-piece Rock and Classic Touring Kits. Despite its tiny, discreet size and lightweight design, the DPA d:vote is rugged and stable. It features a versatile and extendable gooseneck, sturdy shock mount and a detachable heavy-duty cable, making it ideally suited to the rigors of touring and live performance. Intended for fast-paced settings, the mic can easily be unclipped and repositioned or moved to another instrument with one hand. Additionally, the d:vote’s mounting system is designed to be extremely gentle, never marring the finish of any instrument.

With a nomination for a TEC Award, the d:screet Omnidirectional Miniature Necklace Microphone has been gaining attention throughout the audio industry. The mic, which can be mounted and removed quickly by untrained talent without a sound expert nearby, addresses a previously untapped corner of the market. Especially useful for instances when mounting and consistent audio output are the primary requirements, the d:screet Necklace Mic is ideal for situations requiring quick costume changes, such as pop concert tours. Featuring DPA’s legendary d:screet 4061 Omnidirectional Miniature Capsule in a soft rubber necklace, the d:screet Necklace Mic is available in black, white and brown and in lengths of either 18.3 or 20.9 inches.

DPA Microphones is the leading Danish Professional Audio manufacturer of high-quality condenser microphone solutions for professional applications. DPA’s ultimate goal is to always provide its customers with the absolute finest possible microphone solutions for all its markets, which include live sound, installation, recording, theatre and broadcast. When it comes to the design process, DPA takes no shortcuts. Nor does the company compromise on its manufacturing process, which is done at the DPA factory in Denmark. As a result, DPA’s products are globally praised for their exceptional clarity and transparency, unparalleled specifications, supreme reliability and, above all, pure, uncolored and undistorted sound.

Bose® RoomMatch® Demos to Be Held in Chicago Area on Thursday, January 22

Demo sessions, held at the Rosemont Theatre, will feature Bose engineers on site to answer questions and share their experiences

Framingham, MA, January 9, 2015 – As a resource for system integrators, consultants and front-of-house engineers, Bose® Professional will be hosting a series of demo sessions to showcase the performance of RoomMatch® Progressive Directivity Array loudspeaker systems at the Rosemont Theatre in Rosemont, Illinois (minutes from Chicago O’Hare International airport), on Thursday, January 22, 2014. The sessions will run at 10:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Bose engineers will be on-site to answer questions and share their RoomMatch experiences. Attendees are welcome to bring along prospective customers and/or other guests. Space is limited, so RSVP today.

• Date: Thursday, January 22, 2015
• Time: 10:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. (choose the session that works best for your schedule)
• Location: Rosemont Theatre, 5400 North River Road, Rosemont, IL 60018

RSVP by January 19 to Jim Bobel: james_bobel@bose.com, 708-625-4772

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McFatter Technical College Updates Aging Control Room with Broadcast Pix

Billerica, Massachusetts – Broadcast Pix™ today announced McFatter Technical College and High School in Davie, Fla., is training the next generation of video professionals with a Granite™ 6000 integrated production switcher. New students begin learning the basics of switching with the Granite during their first of four courses at the school, and produce 30-minute practice “drills” every Friday and every other Thursday to test their skills.

Part of Broward County Public Schools, McFatter offers a television production curriculum that usually take 17-20 months for students McFatter Broadcast Pix Useto complete. Each weekday, adult students spend five hours at the facility, plus complete an hour of online coursework. High school students spend three hours at the facility during the McFatter Broadcast Pix Useafternoon. Students who complete the program earn a Certificate of Completion from the state.

The television production facility is housed next to BECON, the School Board of Broward County’s educational broadcast station. Students often assist with productions at BECON. In turn, BECON will sometimes produce programming in McFatter’s three-camera studio using the Granite and with McFatter students in the crew. “This is definitely a hands-on approach,” said Frank J. Boulton, lead television production instructor.

The new Granite 6000 represents a significant upgrade from the facility’s aging Intergroup analog switcher and QuantaFont CG. It was installed in late April by Pro Sound, a systems integrator with offices in Florida and California. Boulton said Broadcast Pix’s integrated approach, including the Fluent-View customizable multi-view, made it a very cost effective choice for upgrading the facility. “I like the fact that everything is there,” Boulton said. “This is the best way to go.”

McFatter still has a dedicated tape operator area outside the main control room with DVCAM tape decks, but the Granite’s built-in, dual channel clip store is being used to play commercial breaks during drills. “It’s a lot easier than tapes,” Boulton explained, “and that’s what they’re going to use out there.”

The built-in Inscriber CG has helped unlock creativity in many of Boulton’s students. Many of them have experience with other graphics programs, so they quickly understand the workspace. “They’re producing some amazing graphics,” he added.

The facility also features five dedicated Final Cut Pro/Adobe Premiere Pro edit suites, as well as a classroom with more than two dozen 27-inch iMac computers with Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere NLE software. Boulton hopes to use Watch Folders, Broadcast Pix’s built-in content management system, in the future to deliver completed projects directly to the Granite over the school’s network.

Although there was a learning curve for students and faculty alike, mastering the basics on the Granite proved relatively simple. “Students transitioned fairly easily,” said Boulton, who has worked in film and video production for more than 44 years. “I was not used to using a server-based switcher. I thought it was going to be harder.”

About Broadcast Pix Founded in 2002, Broadcast Pix is the leader in integrated production switchers, with customers in more than 110 countries. Available in several configurations, from compact systems with end-to-end integration to large-scale systems for high-end live productions, Broadcast Pix switchers include CG, dual clip stores, file-based macros, external control software, and customizable multi-view and virtual sets with patented control options. Broadcast Pix also offers ReVue next generation slow motion systems, fX3D real-time 3D graphics, Rapid CG dynamic graphic playout software, and VOX voice-automated live video production, each designed to enhance our highly integrated live production switchers. Customers include leading broadcast, corporate, education, government, religious, sports, streaming, and visual radio studios. Learn more at www.broadcastpix.com.

Broadcast Pix, Granite, and Rapid CG are trademarks of Broadcast Pix, Inc. Patented. Made in USA.

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Audio-Technica’s Dante™-Enabled Products Compatible with Symetrix’ Newly-Released SymNet Composer 3.0


STOW, OH, January 7, 2015 — Audio-Technica, a leading innovator in transducer technology for over 50 years, has announced that Symetrix’ newly-released SymNet Composer 3.0 open-architecture design software offers native integration of Audio-Technica’s ATND971 Dante™-enabled cardioid condenser boundary microphone and the ATND8677 Dante-enabled microphone desk stand.

Version 3.0 has built upon the native support of Audinate’s Dante media networking technology for select third-party devices in earlier releases, and extends support of market-leading products thanks to new partnerships with Audio-Technica and others. Users of the Symetrix SymNet Radius AEC, Radius 12×8 EX and Edge Dante-scalable DSPs are now able to streamline their configuration procedures and achieve network discovery, Dante signal routing, and audio setup of supported Audio-Technica devices.

Launched at the InfoComm Show in Las Vegas earlier this year, Audio-Technica’s ATND971 bridges the gap between audio and IT as the first wired microphone that transmits audio and control data together over Audinate’s Dante network protocol. A simple Ethernet connection allows the ATND971 network microphone to communicate across an existing network of Dante-enabled devices and, with the microphone’s programmable user switch, control any of those devices at the push of a button.

Gary Dixon, sales engineer, installed sound at Audio-Technica U.S., remarks, “The ATND series and Symetrix SymNet Composer 3.0 software provide a knowledgeable and creative AV integrator infinite possibilities for system design. The goal of Symetrix and Audio-Technica working together is to provide more options for control and connectivity, allowing for more profit opportunities for our AV integrators. The ATND series and SymNet Composer software transform the traditional tabletop microphone into a Dante networked audio user interface that can be customized by the AV integrator.”

Also integrated with Symetrix SymNet Composer 3.0, the ATND8677 Microphone Desk Stand fits gooseneck microphones with standard XLRM-type outputs, offering installers previously unavailable simplicity in adding gooseneck microphones to Dante audio networks.

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