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Shakira Grooves to Aero Systems

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• January 24, 2007
BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA -- Recently on tour throughout South America, Shakira performed two shows at the Velez Sarsfield stadium in Buenos Aires, and D.A.S. Aero powered line array systems were used to provide sound reinforcement for the more than 80,000 fans who filled the stadium. Read More...

Daddy Cool Combines Cadac Digital and Analog

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• January 24, 2007
LONDON -- For Daddy Cool, which has been running at the Shaftesbury Theatre, Richard Brooker's audio design deploys a combination of Cadac analog and digital mixing equipment, with an 82-input J-Type Live Production Console and a Digital Series Stage Rack, using D16 Digital Mix Matrices and M16 remote controlled microphone amplifiers. He is also using a large-scale Opus Audio PA system. Read More...

SLS Makes First Choice NW Distributor

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• January 23, 2007
OZARK, MO -- SLS Loudspeakers has announced the appointment of Seattle-based First Choice Marketing, Inc as its northwest manufacturing representative and distributor. The new appointment is effective for Washington, Oregon, Arkansas, Northern Idaho, Western Montana, Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. Read More...

Scam Artist Impersonates "Weird Al"

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• January 22, 2007
CHICAGO, IL -- A scam artist pretending to represent "Weird Al" Yankovic has recently bilked a number of Chicago venues out of thousands of dollars, with scammed venues including Fitzgerald's, in Berwyn Ill., Goose Island Breweery, in Chicago, and the Rain restaurant & Lounge in Geneva, Ill. Read More...

Sennheiser Wireless Celebrates 50 Years

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• January 19, 2007
WEDEMARK, GERMANY -- Sennheiser wireless products celebrate their 50th anniversary this year, as the first Sennheiser transmitter (Photo above), which had a short life span because it required a tube and far too many batteries, was created in 1957. The follow-up, the Sennheiser SK 1002 pocket transmitter, introduced in 1958, was considerably smaller thanks to transistors. Read More...

Harman Products Debut at Primal Twang

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• January 18, 2007
ANAHEIM, CA -- The world premiere of Primal Twang, a theatrical music production that highlights the legacy of the guitar, debuted at San Diego's North Park Theatre September 7-10, 2006. Rental sound company Meeting Services provided a HiQnet sound reinforcement system for the performance, which included JBL Professional's new VP (Venue Performance) Series loudspeakers, as well as the Soundcraft Vi6 digital console. Read More...

Wicked, Cadac Hit West End

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• January 17, 2007
LONDON -- Detailing the untold story of the witches of Oz, Wicked is directed by Joe Mantello, with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and sound design by Tony Meola, with equipment supplied by London's Autograph Sound Recording and including an 84-slot Cadac J-Type Live Sound Production Console. Read More...

Lectrosonics IFBT4 Interruptible Transmitter

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• January 17, 2007
RIO RANCHO, NM -- The Lectrosonics IFBT4 (Interruptible Fold Back) base-station transmitter replaces the analog IFBT1 unit and is a 250 mW Digital Hybrid Wireless transmitter for IFB and other types of radio links such as camera hops, relay stations and delayed loudspeakers. It is compatible with all Lectrosonics 100, 200, 400 and IFB receivers, along with receivers from two other manufacturers (contact Lectrosonics for details). In 400 mode, the IFBT4 and associated receivers operate without analog companding artifacts. The IFBT4 is designed for use in broadcast, motion picture, theatre and stage applications. The IFBT4 can be used as part of a stand-alone system or patched directly into intercom systems. A "tuning" mode is included so that the transmitting frequency can be selected without broadcasting. Read More...

Meyer Expands Berkeley Manufacturing Facilities

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• January 17, 2007
BERKELEY, CA -- Meyer Sound has brought a new manufacturing facility, named Phoebe, online in Berkeley, Calif. Since being founded by John and Helen Meyer in 1979, Meyer has dictated that manufacturing take place at the company's headquarters in Northern California. The company's first years were spent at a location in San Leandro, but since 1984, manufacturing has been performed at the company's base in Berkeley. Read More...

d&b Gets Congregation to Feet at Chilhowee Hills

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• January 16, 2007
KNOXVILLE, TN -- Chilhowee Hills Baptist Church's main sanctuary has just been tripled in size and volume, as designed by architect Bill Denton, and worship pastor David Stewart selected Audio Ethics to perform the install. Read More...

Just for Him Ministries Selects Worxaudio

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• January 15, 2007
GREENSBORO, NC -- Just for Him Ministries is a faith-based ministry that travels nationally and serves as an outreach program to assist families in need by helping them connect with their local church, and in addition to carrying its own staging and lighting equipment, the organization recently purchased a sound reinforcement system featuring TrueLine line array elements from WorxAudio Technologies. Read More...

QSC Licenses CobraNet Technology

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• January 15, 2007
COSTA MESA, CA -- QSC Audio Products has extended a licensing agreement with Cirrus Logic that will allow the manufacturer of power amplifiers, loudspeakers, signal processing and digital signal transport systems to begin producing products employing Cirrus Logic's gigabit Ethernet-based CobraNet technology. CobraNet technology is designed for delivering uncompressed digital audio via Ethernet networks. Read More...
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