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Blue Man Group Gets Colored in Sound with Audio Analysts

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• January 21, 2008

ANAHEIM, CA — In a high-profile tour that demonstrates the versatility and unmatched performance of JBL Professional VERTEC line arrays, audio rental company Audio Analysts is currently providing the live sound system for the Blue Man Group’s “How To Be A Megastar Tour 2.1.” The world tour is expected to continue through May 2008.

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Village Baptist Church Upgrades to Sennheiser/Neumann Wireless System

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• January 18, 2008

DESTIN, FL - Blessed with a 1,400-seat worship center, Village Baptist Church in Destin, Fla., schedules an ambitious calendar of dramatic productions, multi-media activities and services that span traditional to contemporary. Unfortunately, their wireless microphone collection, which didn't work well even when it was new, reached the end of its useful life and began distracting the focus of their services. Instead of praise for God and lessons from the Bible, annoying crosstalk between microphone channels and, worse, periodic interference from nearby Eglin Air Force Base captured the attention of church members despite their best attempts to ignore it.

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Chattanooga’s Precept Ministries International Acquires LightViperTM Audio Transport System

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• January 18, 2008

ANNAPOLIS JUNCTION, MD - FiberPlex Inc. has announced that the company’s LightViperTM audio transport system was recently acquired by Precept Ministries of Chattanooga, Tenn. The international Bible study aids organization installed the advanced fiber optic audio system from their main auditorium, which is used as a production studio for their TV and radio production control rooms and various audio/video production suites located in a separate building on the 32-acre pastoral campus.

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Group One Ltd and DiGiCo Reach Distribution Agreement

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• January 18, 2008
FARMINGDALE, NY - U.S. Pro Audio distributor, Group One Ltd., under the direction of President Jack Kelly, has announced it has reached an agreement with UK-based digital console manufacturer DiGiCo to distribute its products within the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The agreement was signed Jan. 14, 2008 and is retroactive beginning Jan. 1, 2008.
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Kuala Lumpur Gig Gets Loud with Sennheiser

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• January 18, 2008

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - International and regional celebrities took the stage each night with Sennheiser and Neumann microphones at the recent inaugural Live & Loud Kuala Lumpur 2007. Live & Loud KL '07 is said to be the largest and longest festival in Southeast Asia, with an estimated attendance of 65,000. The ten-day music and concert extravaganza drew the likes of Whitney Houston, Dionne Warwick, Shaggy, Rick Price, James Morrison, Zhang Zhen Yue and Zhang Hui Mei (A-Mei) through nightly performances showcasing different genres and themes. The event was supported by the Malaysia Tourism Board and is expected to be an annual affair.

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QSC Venue Manager V3.0

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• January 16, 2008

Providing system-wide design, control and monitoring functions within a feature set built for the QSControl.net platform, QSC’s Venue Manager V3.0 will be make its first official industry appearance at this year’s InfoComm.

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Oklahoma Centennial Spectacular Celebrates with JBL

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• January 16, 2008

OKLAHOMA CITY – In a high-profile event that reinforces the reliable performance and easy setup of JBL Professional VERTEC line arrays, staging production company Alford Media Services recently provided the audio and video systems for the Oklahoma Centennial Spectacular at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City. Commemorating the 100th anniversary of Oklahoma’s statehood, the event featured performances by many legendary Oklahomans including Carrie Underwood, Reba McEntire, Toby Keith, Vince Gill and the Flaming Lips.

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Times Square Rings in 2008 with Maryland Sound

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• January 16, 2008
NEW YORK
- When it comes to daunting audio gigs, few can match the challenges presented by the annual New Year's Eve Show in New York City's Times Square
. With a live audience in the hundreds of thousands and a TV audience in the 10’s of millions, this is one of those gigs where the whole world really is watching. Long-time audio provider Maryland Sound International (MSI) pulls off the seemingly impossible every year, but the most recent show was made better and easier with the addition of Studer and Soundcraft digital mixing technology.

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Landmark Church of Christ Upgrades Decade-Old System with Danley Sound Labs

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• January 16, 2008

MONTGOMERY, AL - Like many churches around the country, Landmark Church of Christ in Montgomery, Ala., is undergoing a slow shift from services that are completely a cappella with no supplemental media, to services that are driven by instrumental music with support by CDs and other media. When church members began noticing that their decade-old sound system wasn’t as ready for the change as they were, the church contacted commercial sound designer Chad Edwardson at All Pro Sound in Pensacola, Fla., to explore ways that they could bring their sound system up to speed with their ambitions.

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Nexo Unveils Patent-Pending Ray Sub Technology with RS15 Omni/Cardioid Subwoofer

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• January 14, 2008

The first arrival in NEXO’s new patent-pending RS (RAY SUB) Series is the RS 15, a low-profile high-output, modular, scalable bass cabinet, which is capable of operating in both omni-directional and cardioid modes.

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Neutrik Introduces 32 Amp PowerCon at Winter NAMM 2008

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• January 10, 2008

ANAHEIM, CA - Neutrik, designer and manufacturer of the XX series XLR cable connector, introduces its 32 Amp PowerCon for current handling and power transfer at Winter NAMM 2008 (Hall A, Booth #6320).

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Shure Catches Counterfeit Microphone Makers in China

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• January 10, 2008

NILES, IL – Shure Incorporated announced today that large quantities of counterfeit microphones, which were being sold in India, were traced to their source, Easlem Sound Instrument Factory (also known as Xingyou Electronics Equipment Co. Ltd.) in Guangzhou, China.

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