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d&b’s ArrayProcessing Tool Gives Boost to Lollapalooza Festival

Frank Hammel
International News

BERLIN - TSE AG provided a d&b audiotechnik system for Lollapalooza Berlin to meet the needs of headlining acts including Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Bastille, Sam Smith and Muse. TSE AG’s system design for the mid-September festival included J-Series hung left/right of the stage, with J-SUBs and J-INFRAs; delays used V-Series and Y Series. TSE AG used d&b’s new ArrayProcessing tool to optimize system performance for this event.

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Gabisom Audio Equipment recently debuted its new MLA system on the Palco Stage at the sixth Brazilian edition and 30th Anniversary of the original Rock in Rio

Gabisom's New MLA Rig Supports Rock In Rio

Sharon Paquette Lose
International News

RIO de JANEIRO — For the sixth Brazilian edition and the 30th anniversary of the original Rock in Rio, production company Gabisom Audio Equipment debuted its new MLA system on the Palco Sunset stage which featured artists such as Korn, John Legend, Magic, Deftones, Steve Vai and Al Jarreau across the mix of rock and pop lineups.

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Pictured here is Audio Engineering Society Scottish Group at Edinburgh Napier University with leading staff from BBC Scotland and pro-audio company The Warehouse Sound Services.

The Warehouse Sound & BBC Scotland Inspire New Generation At Audio Engineering Society Lecture

Sharon Paquette Lose
International News

EDINBURGH — A special event hosted by the Audio Engineering Society Scottish Group has been hailed one of the most successful to date. The event hosted at Edinburgh Napier University last month focused on Front of House sound. Leading staff from BBC Scotland and pro-audio company The Warehouse Sound Services presented to over 100 students in audio related education and industry professionals.

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More than Two Dozen Injured as Choir, LED Screen Fall in Stage Collapse

Frank Hammel
International News

BEIJING — A wooden stage estimated to be about 10 feet above the floor below gave way during a Nov. 28 choral performance with dozens of singers at Beihang University’s school of aeronautical engineering. Most of those on stage at the time fell; 25 were hospitalized. An LED screen also toppled over and fell to the lower level from one side of the stage. Add a comment

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