Leading integrator and Coda Audio’s Swiss distributor, Schallwerk, was engaged to install the system.
The Canadian hip hop star chose speakers from the English manufacturer in his new Toronto club Pick 6ix
In 2008, Eno and his lead developer, Peter Chilvers, created the iOS app Bloom. In early 2018, they brought an AR version of Bloom to the Transformatorhuis in Amsterdam.
A new venue in London’s East End has installed a Funktion-One sound system.
The Audio Group has installed an XY Series system in this multi-purpose cultural hub in Leeds.
Bucharest’s Hard Rock Café appointed Romanian integrator, Paradigma Teknik to install Powersoft's Quattrocanali and Ottocanali amplifier platforms.
Poland’s most famous stadium, Śląski Stadium (Silesian Stadium) in Chorzów, has undergone a complete rebuild.
The LAVA Centre is an interactive, high-tech educational exhibition depicting volcanic activity and earthquakes, and tracing the creation of Iceland over millions of years.
Amadeus recently upgraded its original speaker install at the famous Paris Gaîté Lyrique Theater to include the newly released DIVA M² speakers.
UK team comprises sales manager Paul McMullan, who has been with L-Acoustics since 2016, and is now joined by new team members Sergey Becker, application engineer, Touring and Jeff Woodford, application engineer, Install.
Studio 88, billed as “a non-stop, audience requested, live music experience”, features a stage that has been equipped with a Martin Audio sound system by W1 Productions.
The company will be exhibiting this new series of tabletop, ceiling and floor stand microphones alongside its Netherlands distributor AMPTEC.
Amplification throughout the historic venues is based on Dynacord’s C Series for permanent installation and L Series for live applications.
Company’s latest offering is a two-channel amplifier platform with optional DSP and Dante dedicated to the fixed install market.
The presentation, exploring the latest pro audio solutions for optimal sonic results and unobtrusive design, will be hosted by the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (RCSSD).
The Rome-based facility is now utilising a QSC KLA Series active line array loudspeaker system, with additional K Series active loudspeakers for stage monitors and sidefills.
The university’s recording facilities have been redeveloped as part of a £100 million investment programme.
Company's FreeSpeak II wireless system is being used to cover the theatre's three separate stages with coverage requirements exceeding 150m across seven floors.