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Meyer Sound elevates the festival experience at Roskilde 2019

This June, Meyer Sound returned to Denmark as the exclusive sound provider for the Roskilde Festival, Northern Europe’s largest and longest-running music festival. This year’s Roskilde Festival, now in its 49th year, took place over eight days from June 29 through July 6 and showcased nearly 180 acts on eight …

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RG Jones deploys Martin Audio PA’s across seven stages at Glastonbury

RG Jones Engineering returned to Worthy Farm following its fallow year to deploy Martin Audio systems across four major stages of the Glastonbury Festival. While Martin Audio’s MLA sound system once again graced the Pyramid main stage as well as West Holts and the Genosys stage of Block9, the company’s …

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‘Immense’ Funktion-One Vero VX delivers at Gottwood Festival

Gottwood Festival’s organisers called in Audio Feed to deliver Funktion-One systems on all 10 stages – including the first outing for Vero VX – when the underground electronic music event celebrated its 10th anniversary recently. Vero VX, which received its global launch at Prolight + Sound 2019 in April, was deployed …

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Mu-Mu Audio chooses RME Fireface 802 for reverb system ‘Nebula’

Musicians/engineers Matthew Devenish and Paul Jones of Mu-Mu Audio are using an RME Fireface 802 audio interface as part of their artificial reverb system they call ‘Nebula’, which they recently designed in order to enhance the sound of acoustic spaces during live performance. Mu-Mu Audio is a location-based recording and …

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Snow Patrol hit the road with Outline Newton

Snow Patrol returned to the road recently after a seven year break with their 2018 album Wildness, with audio provider Adlib using the Outline Newton multi-source processor at the front end of their systems. Sam Proctor, senior system engineer at Adlib, optimised his workflow to put the Newton at the …

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ProCo Sound unveils industry’s “most compact wireless IEM system”

ProCo Sound has introduced its new wireless in-ear monitor system (W.I.E.M.S.), which made its debut at InfoComm 2019. W.I.E.M.S. is being described as the most compact in-ear solution currently on the market. It features a sleek and simple design, with no external antennas and a simple plug-and-pair setup. With up …

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Melody VR will let viewers watch Wireless Festival live in virtual reality

Wireless Festival has teamed up with Melody VR to give fans the chance to watch its performances live in virtual reality via the new MelodyVR mobile smartphone app. The live Wireless broadcast – which will feature artists including Cardi B, Travis Scott, A$AP Rocky, Stefflon Don and Migos – will …

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Size Matters: Inside the Royal Albert Hall’s record-breaking speaker install

AMI finds out more about the colossal loudspeaker install at the Royal Albert Hall, which features an immersive d&b audiotechnik Soundscape system… — Over the past two years, London’s Royal Albert Hall has spent over £2 million on the biggest change to its audio system since Jimi Hendrix and Pink …

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BishopSound makes Glastonbury debut

BishopSound, the young UK PA company, is making its debut at the Glastonbury Festival 2019, Wed 26-Sun 30 June. BishopSound speakers are to be used exclusively on a new stage being run by the long-established Glastonbury suppliers, Bristol-based A1 Entertainments. For the brand new stage, which will be used to …

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Review: Pioneer Pro Audio XPRS

Simon Allen puts these high-powered active speakers to the test… — I’d heard the Pro Audio division of Pioneer had started venturing back into loudspeaker design and manufacturing via some colleagues of mine. Developments started a few years ago with their XY series; a passive solution aimed at high-end club …

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