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  • The Oregon Symphony Jump-Starts Season with EV

    FOH Staff | News | October 1, 2007
    PORTLAND, OR — Horne Audio deployed Electro-Voice XLC loudspeaker systems for performances, Aug. 30, by the Portland Youth Philharmonic and the Oregon Symphony in Tom McCall Waterfront Park, which featured a program of classical favorites ranging from Copland to Tchaikovsky. Horne addressed the large bowl-shaped venue with 14 delay towers in 15 time zones, a surround-sound system with a circumference of approximately 1,000 feet.

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  • DiGiCo Consoles Installed in Austria

    FOH Staff | News | October 1, 2007
    ST. POLTEN, AUSTRIA — DiGiCo’s Austrian distributor, TON Eichinger Professional Sound Systems, has recently made sales of DiGiCo/Soundtracs consoles in the Austrian market. The first is to ORF, the country’s central radio facility, and the second is to the Landestheater in St Pölten.
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  • Love In The Musical Takes to the Stage with Aviom

    FOH Staff | News | October 1, 2007
    SAN DIEGO — Aviom was part of the audio system for the production of Love In: The Musical, a theatrical celebration of the music of 1967 featuring legendary artists recently held at Birch North Park Theatre in San Diego.

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  • Meyer Sound CEO To Receive Silver Medal Award

    FOH Staff | News | October 1, 2007

    NEW YORK CITY — Meyer Sound CEO/President John Meyer will be presented with the Silver Medal Award in recognition of his achievements in the field of audio engineering, Oct. 5, during Opening Ceremonies at this year’s Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention in New York City.

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  • AMS Picks Up Turbo

    FOH Staff | News | September 27, 2007

    AGOURA HILLS, CA — After Sennheiser Electronic Corporation announced it will no longer distribute Turbosound products in the United States and Latin America, U.S. distribution of the U.K.-based installed and live sound loudspeaker systems manufacturer was immediately acquired by American Music and Sound, bringing that group — which also distributes pro brands including Allen & Heath and Focusrite — a big step closer to being able to cover the entire signal chain. 

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  • Turbosound Appoints Simon Blackwood to New Role

    FOH Staff | International News | September 27, 2007PARTRIDGE GREEN, UK — Turbosound has announced that Simon Blackwood will take over the role of managing director from Philip Hart, effective Oct. 1.

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  • Rane Granted Patent on Perfect-Q Technology

    FOH Staff | News | September 26, 2007

    MUKILTEO, WA — The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office has granted US Patent 7,266,205, “Linearized Filter Band Equipment and Processes,” to inventor Ray Miller and assignee Rane Corporation.  

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  • Montreal Gala Event Entertains with iLive

    FOH Staff | News | September 26, 2007

    Montreal, Quebec — Allen & Heath's iLive digital mixing system was recently employed to manage a sold-out event, entitled Mom & Company, held in Montreal’s 2,200-capacity performance venue, Theatre St-Denis 1. The variety show was themed as a celebration of parenthood, featuring 2 MC's and live entertainment.

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  • UPJunior ultracompact VariO loudspeaker

    FOH Staff | News | September 24, 2007

    Meyer Sound presented the UPJunior ultracompact VariO loudspeaker at PLASA 2007.

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  • Harman Buyout Dead?

    FOH Staff | News | September 24, 2007

    NORTHRIDGE, CA — Harman International’s $8 billion buyout appears to have died Friday afternoon as private equity firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. claimed a “material adverse change” and announced their intention to back out of the deal. The move caused Harman stock to plummet. Harman stock peaked at 122 in late April on news of the buyout and was running at about 112 on Friday before news of KKR/GS intentions hit. At press time it was running 80 after starting the day at 78 — a drop of 36% since Friday. 

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  • Christina Aguilera Gets Back to Basics with JBL

    FOH Staff | News | September 24, 2007

    NORTHRIDGE, CA — Philippines-based sound firm Sound Check Inc. deployed a large, multizone VerTec line array system for Christina Aguilera’s July 6 outdoor performance in Manila. The concert was part of Aguilera’s 2007 “Back to Basics” world tour.

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  • Vans Warped Tour Rocks Sennheiser

    FOH Staff | News | September 24, 2007
    OLD LYME, CT — Several bands on this year’s Vans Warped Tour used Sennheiser mics. The tour, which combines extreme music and extreme sports, came to an end in late August after a trek through 25 states and four Canadian provinces that began in late June.

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