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  • Movement At Sennheiser

    FOH Staff | News | July 28, 2006
    OLD LYME, CT--Rachel Vaclavik was promoted to the newly-created position of marketing communications specialist at SEnnheiser, while Gregory Pizzi was hired as the graphics and new media project manager. Read More...
  • Soundelux Introduces Bright New Mic

    FOH Staff | News | July 26, 2006
    HOLLYWOOD, CA--Soundelux has introduced the U99S, a switchable version of the award-winning U99 microphone. Designed by David Bock, the U99S combines the performance of two high-grade tube condenser microphones in a single unit, giving users the choice of selecting "Normal" or "Brite" sonic signatures at a flick of the switch. Read More...
  • A-T Updates Artist Series Mics

    FOH Staff | News | July 26, 2006
    AUSTIN, TX--Audio-Technica has created the new Artist Series--inspired by extensive market research and consultations with leading touring artists and FOH engineers. The new versions of these microphones offer broad frequency response and extremely low handling noise in a durable design. Handheld vocal models include the ATM710 cardioid condenser, ATM610 hypercardioid dynamic and ATM410 cardioid dynamic. Read More...
  • House Of Hope Believes In Series Five Pair

    FOH Staff | News | July 26, 2006
    CALUMET, IL--With more than 10,000 seats and 200,000 square feet in total floor space, Salem Baptist Church of Chicago's new $50 million worship facility and neighborhood activity center more closely resembles a concert/sports stadium than a traditional church sanctuary. That impression is further bolstered by the fact that three regulation-sized basketball courts can be revealed when the main seating area is cleared, not to mention that there are two giant 19 x 11-foot video screens in the venue as well as several dressing rooms and an onsite ticket box window. Read More...
  • St. Bartholomew Spreads The Word With Upgraded Speakers

    FOH Staff | News | July 24, 2006
    KATY, TX–PGF Integrations installed multiple SLS Loudspeakers in the 1,000-seat sanctuary of St. Bartholomew the Apostle Catholic Church in Katy, Texas. The new sound system will be utilized during worship services, youth group meetings and community events. Read More...
  • Heroic Sound For Tragically Hip

    FOH Staff | News | July 21, 2006
    TORONTO, ONTARIO--Canadian Music Hall of Famers, The Tragically Hip, showed why they have become Canadian rock legends at four consecutive sold out dates on their latest North American tour, putting Adamson true line source arrays to use for the gigs. Complete production was provided by Towers Productions based in Toronto, Canada. The shows took place between June 17th and June 24th. Artpark in Lewiston, NY played host to the first show, GRCA (Grand River Conservation Authority) in Guelph for the second, and the last two were held at Historic Fort York in Toronto. Read More...
  • John Garbutt joins Rane

    FOH Staff | News | July 21, 2006
    MUKILTEO, WA--John Garbutt has recently been appointed to the newly created position of National Sales Manager of Contracting and Tour Products for Rane Corporation. Read More...
  • EV Wireless On World Tour With Industrial Rockers Ministry

    FOH Staff | News | July 19, 2006
    BURNSVILLE, MN--A Ministry show is not something an audience forgets in a hurry: Al Jourgensen and company take the stage to administer a riot of intense energy, insanity-inducing lighting and massive SPLs, all driven by a relentless barrage of industrial rhythms layered with roaring samples and instrumentation. In this most extreme sonic environment, wireless failure is not an option. For the current Ministry world tour, guitarist Tommy Victor and bassist Paul Raven are relying on the EV RE1 wireless systems to get the job done. Read More...
  • Bayside Chapel Gets Sonic Makeover

    FOH Staff | News | July 19, 2006
    BARNEGAT, NJ--In 2000 when Bayside Chapel in Barnegat, New Jersey was making plans for a new church building, Bayside's technical director Bob Seibel put in a call to consultant Tom Young of Electroacoustic Design Services in Oxford, Connecticut. Six years later, the church completed the long journey of fundraising, breaking ground and construction by installing a new sound system featuring Danley Sound Labs loudspeakers which went live in June 2006. Read More...
  • Parnelli Award Nominations Now Open

    FOH Staff | News | July 18, 2006LAS VEGAS, NV--Since 2001, the Parnelli Award has recognized pioneering and influential individuals and their contributions to the live event industry, honoring both individuals and companies. Nominations for the 2006 Parnelli Awards are now being accepted. Nominees for all categories, including Lighting Designer, Set/Scenic Designer, Lighting Company, Staging Company, FOH Mixer, Sound Company and more are now being accepted at Read More...
  • David McNutt To Lead Sennheiser Installed Sound

    FOH Staff | News | July 18, 2006
    OLD LYME, CONNECTICUT--Sennheiser Electronic Corporation has appointed David McNutt as industry team leader, installed sound. McNutt will be responsible for all aspects of marketing and distribution to the installed sound channels. In his new role, McNutt will liaise between Sennheiser's U.S. headquarters, the factory, and the marketplace with regard to product development, distribution strategy, channel and marketing communications, and strategic growth initiatives. He will additionally work to establish and maintain strong relationships with the key channel influencers. Read More...
  • Audix Debuts VX-5 Hand-Held Condenser

    FOH Staff | News | July 14, 2006
    WILSONVILLE, OR--Audix has announced the release of the VX-5, a hand-held vocal condenser microphone. With a frequency response of 40 Hz – 16.5 kHz (plus or minus 3 dB), the VX-5 features a 14mm gold vapor diaphragm, a supercardioid polar pattern, a -10 dB pad and bass roll-off filter, a specially ported steel mesh grill screen, and the Audix trademark black satin finish. Operation requires phantom power of 9-52 volts. Read More...
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