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Soundcraft Vi6 Tours with Vamp

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• February 7, 2007
OSLO, NORWAY -- Vamp recently completed a three-week tour of Norway with the Norwegian Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra that culminated at the Oslo Spektrum Arena, where Vamp delivered its blend of Norwegian folk, Celtic music and rock to a sell-out crowd of 8,000, and for the tour, the role of monitor engineer was filled by Espen Andersen, using one of Soundcraft's new Vi6 digital desks. Read More...

Meyer Sound MILO Helps Transform Paramount Theatre

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• February 7, 2007
OAKLAND, CA -- Located on Broadway in downtown Oakland, Calif, the Paramount Theatre is one of the Bay Area's prime spots for high-profile concerts, lectures, theatre, and film; recent entertainment has run the gamut from B.B. King to the Oakland East Bay Symphony to a series of lectures by legendary film figures such as Robert Redford and Pulitzer Prize-winning authors, but while the acts booked have been strictly A-list, one recurrent complaint has dogged the theatre in recent years: mediocre sound. Read More...

Shure Sets Stage for Super Bowl

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• February 6, 2007
MIAMI, FL -- Cirque du Soleil took the field during Super Bowl XLI's pre-game festivities, accented by the visual art of Miami artist Romero Britto, and behind the scenes at Dolphin Stadium, Professional Wireless Systems founder James Stoffo returned for his 11th Super Bowl to choreograph an RF blueprint using 14 channels of Shure UHF-R wireless, as well as a supporting cast of PSM 700 PM systems. Read More...

Diana Ross Keeps M'elodie with Meyer on Elba

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• February 6, 2007
VILLA SAN MARTINO, ITALY -- When Motorola decided to host a special event to cement relationships with several hundred clients in Villa San Martino on the island of Elba, off the coast of Italy, they decided it fitting to engage live entertainment with pop singer Diana Ross, who was heard through a system of Meyer Sound M'elodie compact curvilinear array loudspeakers. Read More...

Oriental Mission Church Upgrades to SpekTrix

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• February 6, 2007
LOS ANGELES -- The Oriental Mission Church, located in Los Angeles, Calif, has upgraded their sound system with the Adamson SpekTrix Line. Read More...

Neumann Workshops Slated for Prolight + Sound 2007

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• February 5, 2007
BERLIN -- This year, Neumann will offer a program of more than 30 short workshops at its trade fair stand at Prolight + Sound (C 30, Hall 4.1). There will be seminars covering topics that include the practical application of studio and stage microphones and voice training and professional stage performance. The seminars are 30 to 45 minutes long and are free of charge. Read More...

"Friends of Gungi" Launches on Web

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• February 2, 2007
LAS VEGAS -- Ray Amico, a production/tour manager, has launched a new Web site called Friends of Gungi to benefit Gordon "Gungi" Paterson, an engineer and tour and production manager who has worked with such acts as Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Megadeth, Live, System of a Down, Tears for Fears and most recently, Fiona Apple, and who was diagnosed with cancer last summer. Read More...

Industry Talks "White Spaces" with FCC, Congress

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• February 1, 2007
WASHINGTON -- From Wednesday, January 24, through Friday, January 26, representatives from Shure Incorporated, the Grand Ole Opry, the Professional Audio Manufacturer's Alliance (PAMA), the Sports Video Group (SVG), PRG Audio, Springboard Productions, Masque Sound and Sound Associates, Inc., among others, participated in a series of meetings in Washington, D.C. with U.S. Senators, members of the House of Representatives and Commissioners and staff at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Read More...

Danley Takes Georgia Church from Traditional to Blended Styles

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• January 31, 2007
ROSWELL, GA -- While in the process of shifting from a more traditional style to a more blended style of worship, the people of Northbrook United Methodist Church began to notice that their audio system wasn't capable of handling the change, so the church enlisted the help of Ronnie Stanford, systems advisor for dB Audio and Video, Gainesville, Ga., a company that provides installations for schools, government agencies and businesses, in addition to churches. Read More...

FOH-TV Has Landed

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• January 31, 2007
LAS VEGAS -- Timeless Communications, publisher of Front of House magazine, is proud to announce the launch of FOH-TV, a streaming video and audio report keeping FOH readers (and now viewers) up-to-date on the latest moves, shakes and rumbles in the audio industry. Read More...

SLS Loudspeakers RLA/4 Debuts at NAMM

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• January 30, 2007
ANAHEIM, CA -- SLS Loudspeakers recently introduced its RLA/4 (LS7500) full-range, bi-amped true line source array module at Winter NAMM 2007. The RLA/4 was developed for applications from permanent sound reinforcement installations in churches, auditoriums, arenas and performing arts centers, to a professional portable PA system. Read More...

Dalhalla Rings with Meyer Sound M2D

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• January 29, 2007
LAKE SILJAN, SWEDEN -- Approximately 360 million years ago, a meteorite (roughly four km in diameter) collided with our planet about 280 kilometers north of Stockholm, Sweden, and the modern day result of this impact is Lake Siljan, home to the music venue Dalhalla. (The name is a deliberate reference to Valhalla, home to the gods of Norse legend.) Read More...

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