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STAGETEC Systems in a History-Packed Environment

During a technical upgrade, the existing setup at the recording studio of the Herkulessaal – the history-packed concert hall of the Munich Residenz – has been enhanced with additional STAGETEC systems. The main purpose of the studio is recording and live broadcasting performances of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, which uses Herkulessaal regularly.
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STAGETEC Systems in a History-Packed Environment

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STAGETEC Sponsors Live Opera Production

On the 1st of October 2010, Swiss TV produced the opera Aida am Rhein (Aida on the Rhine) live on air. This was the third live production of a famous opera where the individual scenes only come together to form a whole on the viewers’ screens at home. A large digital audio network comprising numerous STAGETEC components and integrating three digital mixing consoles ensured exceptional sound quality for Verdi’s opera.
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STAGETEC Sponsors Live Opera Production

Stage Tec sponsors Luther

In the year celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, a spectacular show is touring Germany: a 40 piece symphony orchestra, a rock band and 12 musical actors are coming together with choirs of up to 3000 singers in 11 cities to perform the 'Pop-Oratorio Luther' production. Countless components from Stage Tec ensure outstanding audio for these live events, forming a large audio network with three embedded mixing consoles.

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Stage Tec sponsors Luther

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Stage Tec Sound in Zaryadye Park in Moscow

In Zaryadye Park in Moscow, within sight of Red Square and the Kremlin, an extensive installation with audio technology from the Berlin manufacturer Stage Tec has been put into operation. This park is an unusual interplay of nature and architecture.

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Stage Tec Sound in Zaryadye Park in Moscow

Stage Tec IP production at the Congress of the Chaos Computer Club

Stage Tec, the Berlin-based manufacturer of professional audio technology, sponsored a fully IP-based live production at the 35th Congress of the Chaos Computer Club (35C3). Five ON AIR flex mixing consoles and six NEXUS Base Devices were provided for the international hacker scene meeting from the 27th to the 30th of December 2018.

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Stage Tec IP production at the Congress of the Chaos Computer Club

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Stage Tec ensures excellent sound at the Gdynia Musical Theatre in Poland

The Danuta Baduszkowa Musical Theatre in Gdynia, Poland, has featured an extensive NEXUS routing network for some time. In cooperation with its Polish partner Konsbud Audio, Stage Tec, the Berlin-based manufacturer of digital audio equipment, has now continued this project – a CRESCENDO platinum with 32 faders has been installed as the heart of the sound control room. In addition, the NEXUS network was upgraded with four powerful RMDQ DSP boards, bringing it up to the latest standards.

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Stage Tec ensures excellent sound at the Gdynia Musical Theatre in Poland

Stage Tec converter digitizes historical Berlin Philharmonic recordings

The NEXUS XMIC+ A/D converter from the Berlin-based manufacturer Stage Tec has been used to digitize historical radio recordings of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. The recordings were made between 1939 and 1945 and conducted by Wilhelm Furtwängler. The concerts were to be digitally sampled as faithfully as possible to the original in the highest audio quality and post-processed and remastered in 24-bit resolution.

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Stage Tec converter digitizes historical Berlin Philharmonic recordings

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Stage Tec connects the Greek National Opera and the National Library of Greece

In cooperation with its Greek distribution partner Telmaco, Stage Tec has completed a fascinating project at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) in Greece. The Centre is a multi-purpose complex in Athens built for art, education and entertainment. It is home to the Greek National Opera House (GNO) and the National Library of Greece (NLG), surrounded by the 210.000m2 Stavros Niarchos Park.

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Stage Tec connects the Greek National Opera and the National Library of Greece

St. Louis Symphony Optimizes Capabilities for Recording and Live Broadcast

Looking for a digital console to meet its needs for high-resolution recordings and live radio broadcasts, the prestigious St. Louis Symphony found the ideal solution in HARMAN’s Studer Vista 5 console. Offering 128 channels at a 96kHz sample rate, the Vista 5 has given the Symphony tremendous versatility, redundancy and world-class audio quality
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St. Louis Symphony Optimizes Capabilities for Recording and Live Broadcast

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SSL C100 HDS Makes Classical Music Sing for Vienna Boys' Choir

A Solid State Logic C100 HDS Digital Broadcast Console has been chosen to make classical music sing for the new Musik und Theater (MuTh) Concert Hall, the permanent home for the Vienna Boys’ Choir (VBC). The 400-seat facility is also home to many other institutions and hosts performances ranging from the Vienna Philharmonic to dance and jazz presentations. The C100 is used for front of house live sound mixing, DAW capture, post production and live-to-air broadcast/streaming. The choice of the C100 was based in part on purity of sound and SSL’s responsiveness to client needs.
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SSL C100 HDS Makes Classical Music Sing for Vienna Boys' Choir

SSE Audio Group Channels Pope’s Public Mass In Scotland Through Soundcraft Vi6 Digital Consoles

With a crowd of 75,000 followers, Pope Benedict XVI’s voice during mass at the Bellahouston Park in Glasgow, Scotland was entrusted with SSE Audio Group’s deployment of two Soundcraft Vi6 digital consoles. With a 35-piece orchestra, 800-piece choir and pre and post-show concerts, the religious event required reliable and vast amounts of digital channels to ensure no note or prayer was unheard.
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SSE Audio Group Channels Pope’s Public Mass In Scotland Through Soundcraft Vi6 Digital Consoles

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Splitbeam Supports Award-Winning Design

Faheem Bardien walked away with this year's Naledi Best Lighting Design award for his evocative lighting design for The Mandela Trilogy staged at Teatro, Montecasino. Gearhouse Splitbeam provided the full lighting rig as well as crew for stage, lighting, flies and props on this unique opera which has been described as "an impressive entertainment product of export quality".
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Splitbeam Supports Award-Winning Design

Splendour in the Grass

Yet again, SGM fixtures have participated in Splendour in the Grass. The sold-out festival operated for four days and nights with over 30,000 festival goers each day. Besides having a star-studded music program, the festival also places a lot of emphasis on the artistic experience of the festival.

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Splendour in the Grass

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Special Event Services hosts The Gray Room Sessions with Elation lights

The Gray Room at Special Event Services’ headquarter facility in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is usually abuzz with activity as the live production and touring company preps gear for upcoming tours and festivals. With the COVID shutdown in March however, the warehouse area turned eerily quiet. Nevertheless, the downtime provided Special Event Services vice president and co-founder Jeff Cranfill the chance to realize a long held ambition for the space.

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Special Event Services hosts The Gray Room Sessions with Elation lights

Spanish Production Company Delivers 300 Hours of Live Content With AVIWEST System

AVIWEST, a global provider of video contribution systems, today announced that Star Planning, a Spanish production company, has selected AVIWEST's PRO180-RA video uplink system, QUAD wideband external cellular antenna arrays, and StreamHub transceivers to deliver live broadcast transmissions of "Destino Santiago," a reality TV program streamed live by TV Galicia, a public television broadcaster in Spain.

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Spanish Production Company Delivers 300 Hours of Live Content With AVIWEST System

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