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Leading Danish rental company Comtech suppled 68 x Robe BMFL Spots to the main Helveti stage at the 2016 Copenhell Festival in Copenhagen, Denmark. Comtech has been a lighting, staging, video and rigging supplier to the popular Live Nation event which has grown year on year since its inception in 2010.
Belgian entertainment engineering specialist WIcreations was tasked with creating a neat and novel piece of technical wizardry for Coen Janssen, keyboardist with acclaimed Dutch symphonic rock band Epica … who wanted to be able to move his keyboards up, down, along and around the stage throughout their energetic live performances.
With its television show “Wedden dat ik het kan” (“I bet I can do it’), Dutch production company MasMedia is the first company ever to capture a large live entertainment production in an entirely virtual set. It makes use of the Augmented Reality platform "CUBE" by NEP The Netherlands, a world leading media technology specialist. Although Augmented Reality (AR) is not new in the television world, it was never before displayed at this scale. With CUBE, dimensions and constraints of a physical studio are no longer an issue. Every world, no matter how big, small or complex, is now within reach. The set is fully interactive and adaptable to the content of the program.
Luc Peumans from leading European lighting and visual design practice Painting with Light was asked to create a lighting scheme for the recent new musical “Sky” which ran at the Theater Amsterdam featuring spectacular 3D video scenery. The show was produced by Imagine Nation (Robin de Levita & Kees Abrahams) and featured music by John Ewbank and Marco Borsato.
A key member of Los Angeles’ leading lighting design collective, Seven Design Works, Tobias Rylander has been making extensive use of GLP’s award-winning X4 Bar 20 LED battens to illuminate various touring lighting sets, generating giant colour fields and sweeps from the innovative fixtures.
Jimmy Buffett is about to wrap his I Don’t Know Tour, an ironic name considering how iconic the singer and performances have become. Having toured every year since 1976, the self-proclaimed beach bum knows how to entertain his legion of fans, many of whom make the trek to see his shows many times over. Bandit Lites is proud to be the long-time lighting vendor of Buffett, and help transform every stage into a paradise for both the audience and the performer.
This high profile show came amidst a run of other gigs around the country playing a huge mix of venues on this latest leg of the artist’s “Made in the Manor” album campaign, for which they were using a trailer-sized specials lighting package. Brixton was effectively a one-off as well as the London showcase, and with no video, the pressure was all on lighting as the primary visual medium to produce something memorable and spectacular.
Says Colour Sound’s H (Haydn Cruickshank), “Francis has the ability to make everything look great, even if he’s only using 6 lights! He’s definitely ‘one-to-watch’ and we are very happy to be working with him”.
Fifty years ago, the legendary masterpiece Pet Sounds hit the airwaves, and in addition to re-releasing the album, Brian Wilson has embarked on a celebratory tour that features a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites.
With a set list that features the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame artist performing Pet Sounds in its entirety with band member Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin (along with other selections from the illustrious careers of the Beach Boys and Wilson), the tour announced it will be continuing into 2017.
Every year, over 100,000 fans flock to the grounds of Slovakia’s two largest music festivals—Pohoda and Topfest—to experience everything from EDM, experimental music, classical and more. In order to support the audio needs of an incredibly diverse group of artists and musical genres, Slovakia-based production company RentalLive turned to JBL by HARMAN VTX Series loudspeakers and Crown I-Tech HD amplifiers. The reliability and sonic versatility of the JBL VTX series enabled system engineers Marek Barabas and Tomas Oravec to deliver accurate, high-impact sonic experiences at both festivals.
Three hundred Robe moving lights helped the one, the only … and the totally awesome Armin van Buuren rock Jerusalem with his amazing "Armin Only Embrace" show, a four-hour trance extravaganza that delighted 10,000 fans packing the Pais Arena to catch the banging vibes and spectacular visuals.
Ask FOH engineer Jim Ebdon about the configuration of the L-Acoustics line array sound system he’s been piloting for three-time Grammy Award winners Maroon 5 for nearly the last two years on a world tour and he’ll likely reply starting with the phrase, “Well, currently, at the moment…” That’s because in that time—during what’s been billed alternately as the Maroon V Tour or the M5OnTheRoad, which has so far passed through North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania and South America—Ebdon has been tweaking the arrangement of the K1/K2 system’s components, finding little tricks that are making an already great-sounding system perform even better.
Thousands gathered at the National Mall to take a breath from divisiveness, hate and despair at Together 2016, an event whose mission was to “come together around Jesus in unified prayer, worship, and a call for catalytic change.” Bandit Lites provided the lighting for the July 16 nondenominational event, where Hillsong United, Lecrae, Crowder, Michael W. Smith and Kari Jobe performed.
Thunder Audio recently deployed a large-scale JBL by HARMAN VTX Series system at Lollapalooza 2016 to power a diverse lineup of high profile artists at the festival’s Bud Light stage, including Ellie Goulding, Major Lazer, Lana Del Ray, The 1975, Future, Disclosure, HAIM and many more. Thunder Audio used the JBL VTX system at Lollapalooza 2015, and selected the system once again for its smooth frequency response, powerful output and ease of deployment. The VTX system’s clear and transparent sound quality was especially important, and enabled Thunder Audio to accommodate a wide range of sonic requirements.
In front of a unique backdrop in Losheim am See the second edition of the Lucky Lake Festival took place this year. For the second time with the VT20 System and other systems from our company such as SW18, HT16 and MT12.
Munich’s Deutsches Theater will be the venue for one of Germany’s most popular musicals from 5 October to 15 January 2017. In addition to twenty TG 1000 dual receivers, around forty TG 1000 beltpack transmitters with beyerdynamic TG L55c lavalier microphones are used in this stage entertainment production.