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  • Cast Your Vote! Parnelli Voting Is Now Open

    FOH Staff | News | September 6, 2006LAS VEGAS, NV--The people have spoken, the nominees have been tabulated, and the polls are open. Voting for the 2006 Parnelli Awards has begun! Subscribers to PLSN or FRONT of HOUSE magazines can cast their votes for the best of the live production industry online at Read More...
  • Mixer Company On A Roll

    FOH Staff | News | September 6, 2006
    SALT LAKE CITY, UT--Rolls Corporation has announced the release of the upgraded RM67 Mic/Source Mixer; the RM67 is a single rack space mixer designed for the install/contractor market. The unit mixes three balanced microphones with four stereo sources to mono or stereo balanced outputs. Read More...
  • Northern Sound & Light Announces Key New Hire

    FOH Staff | News | September 6, 2006
    MCKEES ROCKS, PA--Northern Sound & Light (NSL), a nationally recognized audio and lighting products dealer with a thriving Internet presence, recently announced the addition of Ken Boswell to the sales staff. Boswell, a Pittsburgh native, brings a mix of experience in the live sound, recording and lighting industries. Read More...
  • Jazz, Not Blues, On The Danube

    FOH Staff | News | August 30, 2006
    BURNSVILLE, MN--The Jazz on the Danube festival (Jazz an der Donau), which ran from July 13–16, offered another excellent, highlight-filled program this year. Ingo Haasch and his team were responsible for sound reinforcement, and relied on a combination of compact Electro-Voice (EV) line array systems, Dynacord PowerH power amplifiers and EV NetMax N8000 signal processors, which was used for the first time at a major event. Read More...
  • AES Comes Early For Output Module

    FOH Staff | News | August 30, 2006
    WEST CHESTER, PA--Aviom's newly updated AN-16/o Output Module is now shipping--with the flexibility of improved mic and line output levels, convenient DB25 multipins for audio connections, and heavy duty locking Neutrik EtherCons for network connections. The AN-16/o Output Module will make its debut at AES 2006. Read More...
  • Classical Debut At Eden Project

    FOH Staff | News | August 30, 2006
    CORNWALL, UK--The Eden Project hosted the premier of a new composition by acclaimed British classical composer, Graham Fitkin, collaborating with celebrated harpist, Ruth Wall. Staged in Eden's warm temperate biome, the Fitkin Wall project entitled "Still Warm" was mixed live on a 16-channel Allen & Heath MixWizard, provided by local PA company, SPS Systems. Read More...
  • Concert Systems USA Rebuilds After Katrina

    FOH Staff | News | August 30, 2006
    BERKELEY, CA--By now, just about everyone knows someone with a Hurricane Katrina story; the tales of shattered lives, homes and businesses are, sadly, all too commonplace. However, Concert Systems USA's Katrina story is a triumphant tale of determination. With the help of Meyer Sound, the company was able to face down the odds and come back bigger, better and stronger than ever. Read More...
  • Scorpions Rock Cyprus

    FOH Staff | News | August 30, 2006
    NORTHRIDGE, CA-- Scorpions is a hard rock band from Hanover, Germany that helped to define the musical genre. The venerable group is perhaps best known for their 1980s rock anthem, "Rock You Like a Hurricane." Scorpions has been touring Europe throughout 2006 in support of a recently-released live concert DVD (One Night in Vienna). The band's July 23 outdoor show at Tsirium Stadium in Limassol, Cyprus was handled by rental firm MKG Touring Technologies, with the company's JBL VerTec VT4888 mid-size line array system. Read More...
  • Cornered Audio Systems Launches LoungeSub

    FOH Staff | News | August 22, 2006
    ALBERTSLUNE, DENMARK--The new LoungeSub from Cornered combines sound reinforcement with extra seating area. Designed as a pouffe, the LoungeSub is as much a piece of furniture as it is a subwoofer and therefore suited for venues in which the sub cannot be hidden. Read More...
  • Danley Goes Clubbing

    FOH Staff | News | August 21, 2006
    NEW YORK CITY--Manhattan clubbing is a little more upscale at The Manor, where the approach to nightlife is truly luxurious; those who are lucky enough to make it inside experience an exclusive environment where proscenium arches, dioramas and dark leather set the scene, and the clean power of a complete Danley Sound Labs loudspeaker system sets the pace. Read More...
  • Casino Rigged With SymNet

    FOH Staff | News | August 18, 2006
    OCEAN SHORES, WA--When Quinault Beach Resort & Casino in Ocean Shores, Washington needed to upgrade the processing for their building-wide sound system, they turned to Symetrix' SymNet Networked Audio Solution and the design/build firm Tempest Technologies, LLC in nearby Issaquah, Washington (located in the greater Seattle area). Read More...
  • Norfolk Fest Jazzes Up Their Speakers

    FOH Staff | News | August 17, 2006
    CHESPEAKE, VA--Craft-Work Sound, Inc, of Chesapeake, Va, recently deployed their EV XLC line array rig for the 24th Annual Norfolk Jazz Festival, held in Town Point Park, Norfolk, VA, on August 4-6. This installment of the area's largest and longest-running Jazz fest included headline performances from the Guitar and Saxes Tour (featuring Gerald Albright, Richard Elliot, Jeff Golub and Peter White) and Brian Culbertson. Read More...
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