University Christian Church (UCC), located on the campus of Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, recently upgraded its sound reinforcement system with Tannoy column line array loudspeakers.
On 15 July, the football world champions landed at Berlin’s Tegel airport where they were given a rapturous welcome by the waiting fans and journalists. World champion sound as the players left the plane and on the visitors’ terrace was provided by eight LSP 500 PRO from Sennheiser.
Allen & Heath’s Qu-16 compact digital mixer and iDR-8 matrix mixer now feature in two installations in London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall.
Product specialists Francesco Maffei and Daniel Stasserra have developed a training program to teach users how to get the best out of their K-array technology.
For the fourth year running, Liverpool, UK technical solutions provider and equipment rental company Adlib supplied audio crew and equipment for Capital FM’s Summertime Ball phenomenon staged at Wembley Stadium, London.
The church has carpeted floors but its spacious marble and plaster interior and hardwood pews create major challenges for voice intelligibility.
After winning a competitive tender to provide a technical infrastructure at the London School of Economics’ new Saw Swee Hock Student Centre in central London, LSI Projects wasted no time in turning to the Harman Professional catalogue.
Meyer Sound has released four online video tutorials to support users of the LYON linear sound reinforcement system, the newest addition to its LEO family of line array products.
Slovak Medical University has recently completed a major renovation and reconstruction project at the campus in Banská Bystrica.
Audio rental company Capital Sound was tasked with providing audio systems for the NE Live and SW Live sites of the series of one-day festivals.
The annual British Army Household Division’s Beating Retreat ceremony is an incredible pageant of music, military precision, horses, cannon and fireworks. Dating back to the 1690s, nowadays the most modern production technology is used on the event including, this year, a DiGiCo SD8.
Held at the beginning of July each year, Sennheiser’s 2014 charity golf day proved as popular as ever, with a total of £16,000 raised at the evening dinner’s charity auction.
Cambridge Sound Management (CSM) has announced a new financing program that will help facility managers, office managers, and other decision-makers budget sound masking installation projects over time.
The Light of Life Chapel is a breathtaking masterpiece of architecture with an equally moving story behind its creation but this can sound trouble for any sound engineer tasked with solving complex audio solutions in a demanding environment.
Two of the company’s latest installations are in new Chinese theatres.
The AV system installed at the Otis Booth Pavilion relies heavily on Tannoy’s QFlex, VLS and CMS Series loudspeakers.
DB Video, host broadcaster of the 2014 European Parliament Elections in Brussels, relied on Riedel MediorNet, Artist, and RockNet systems for signal transport.
The life and work of David Bowie is being explored in a multimedia exhibition taking place at Berlin’s Martin-Gropius-Bau until 10 August, with the help of a 3D sound installation.
UK pro-audio equipment provider Audiologic has added Phoenix Audio Technologies to its portfolio of distributed brands.
Roskilde Festival 2014 hired in a Funktion-One sound system for its Apollo stage, as it looked to improve audio performance.
Polish production company Gigant Sound Letus recently deployed part of its brand new Outline GTO inventory at a major gathering in Warsaw.