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Puccini’s ‘La Boheme’ at the 2015 Thurn-and Taxis Festival Mixed on an mc2 56

Naomi Crews
International News

REGENSBURG, Germany - The courtyard of the castle St. Emmeran in Regensburg, Germany, has provided the location for the Thurn-and-Taxis festival (“Schlossfestspiele”) since 2002. The highlights on stage are mirrored by the FoH audio mix: Tonmeister Carsten Kümmel created a concert hall ambience for the performance of Giacomo Puccini’s “La Bohème”, even though it took place in the open air. Key to achieving this was the use of a Lawo mc²56 mixing console.

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The stage was also all RCF, with 8 units of TTP5-A and 2 TTS26-A subwoofers as stage sidefill, plus 16 TT25-SMA stage monitors , and as drumfill, 2 TT2-A speakers and 2 TTS26-A subwoofers.

RCF TT+ Series Gear Used for Umbria Jazz Festival's Main Stage

Frank Hammel
International News

PERUGIA, Italy — The Umbria Jazz Festival featured a few novel twists this year including a performance by Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett on the Santa Giuliana Arena main stage on July 15. RCF interviewed Michele Mongiello, PA manager of Santa Giuliana Arena, to get his view of how the company’s TT+ series gear performed. The company also spoke with the CTO of Umbria Jazz and CEO of Reference Laboratory, Angelo Tordini, who worked with RCF’s engineers on the project.

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. Sharing the limelight with three performers, including actress & producer Rianna Dearden, the audio interface was used to control the sound on stage for their brand new play, 'Goodstock'

Audient's iD22 Takes Center Stage In London & Edinburgh

Naomi Crews
International News

LONDON - Audient’s iD22 made its debut theatre performance, with two-time NSDF Emerging Artist Award winning theatre company at the New Diorama Theatre in London, last month. Sharing the limelight with three performers, including actress & producer Rianna Dearden, the audio interface was used to control the sound on stage for their brand new play, Goodstock.

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