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Venice Biennale 2019

The 58th International Art Exhibition, titled May You Live In Interesting Times, took place from 11th May to 24th November 2019. The title is a phrase of English invention that has long been mistakenly cited as an ancient Chinese curse that invokes periods of uncertainty, crisis and turmoil; "interesting times", exactly as the ones we live in today.

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Venice Biennale 2019

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Ute Lemper Live on Stage: The 9 Secrets

After many years Ute Lemper, one of the few German world stars, returned to the Ruhrfestspiele in Recklinghausen with an interpretation of Paulo Coelho's "Manuscript found in Accra" while the great German filmmaker Volker Schlöndorff has delivered the idea of the projection of a landscape of ruins on a cyclorama: Stars shine. It dawns. The sun rises over the horizon, a day takes its course. The projection shows us in fast motion the play of clouds and cloud shadows on the ground. We see landscapes in wide-screen panorama, and only the crumbling walls let us suggest that here once humans have seemed.
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Ute Lemper Live on Stage: The 9 Secrets
University of Notre Dame’s DeBartolo Performing Arts Center Upgrades Concert Hall with Soundcraft Vi4™ Digital Console

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Under the Cherry Blossom

In Japan, the fleeting beauty of the springtime cherry blossom is rich in cultural significance and highly anticipated every year. Detailed forecasts from the Japanese Meteorological Agency track the northward progress of the cherry blossom front, or sakura zensen, as it spreads a blanket of delicate pink flowers over the country.
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Under the Cherry Blossom

Twenty Twenty Sound and Vision with Genelec

Vaudeville Post is a small company that offers a flexible, creative, post-production sound design service to TV production companies. Specialising in bespoke online, grading and sound dubbing setups, they have worked on many award winning and nominated productions, one of them being the widely-acclaimed ‘The Choir’ for Twenty Twenty Television, part of the Shed Media Group. Their set-up at Twenty Twenty Television – featuring Genelec active monitors - allows them to carry out technically excellent work at a cost-effective price.
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Twenty Twenty Sound and Vision with Genelec

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Twenty Four Days on the Front Line for d&b

A nexus of performance art, Edinburgh International Festival (EIF) provides a sustaining alternative to the relentless humour of the Fringe. Dance, drama, music, musical drama, and yes, even a little humour, is the breadth of what's available. With such variety, and a furious turn over where shows move in and out on an almost daily basis, it's an exhausting month for the stage crews and technicians.
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Twenty Four Days on the Front Line for d&b
TVT outlines the Value of History and the Importance of the Archive in the Digital Age

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TVN Group Chooses Calrec for 5.1 Mix

Calrec Audio announced today that it supplied the audio console that handled surround-sound routing for a full-scale, live-to-air production of Mozart's opera "The Abduction From the Seraglio" in two hangars at Salzburg Airport — an event that the host broadcaster called "Austria's most complex, prestigious, and important audio event in 2013." German outside broadcast (OB) company TVN Group along with cooperative partner Euro TV were responsible for the live broadcast during the 2013 Salzburg Festival. TVN installed an Artemis Beam console in a separate on-site audio container to handle the 5.1 music mix for the production and Calrec Hydra I/O boxes to feed the console.
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TVN Group Chooses Calrec for 5.1 Mix

TV SKYLINE provides OB services for groundbreaking Ring Cycle broadcasts

Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung) is not only composer Richard Wagner’s most celebrated work – it is also one of the cornerstone works of classical music. Comprising four epic ‘music dramas’ (Das Rheingold, Die Walküre, Siegfried and Götterdämmerung) with a total running time of 16 hours, Der Ring… is certainly not for the faint-hearted, although it is possible to encounter Wagner fans who have seen the entire cycle not just once or twice – but as many as eight or ten times.

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TV SKYLINE provides OB services for groundbreaking Ring Cycle broadcasts

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TV Skyline in Verona for “Carmen”

At the Verona amphitheater the most popular opera "Carmen" by Georges Bizet was staged  this summer. Some of the smash hits of the classical music genre come from "Carmen", while the Arena di Verona is a very nice and attractive venue. TV Skyline with its Ü7 was on hand to realize the TV coverage of this elaborated opera production. NHK and Arte showed the opera in full length, while ZDF was broadcasting highlights of the performance.
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TV Skyline in Verona for “Carmen”

TV is TV- Want Good Stuff to Watch, No Matter How You Label It

People like to make a big deal out of how folks are abandoning TV as though folks found something better to do with their free and down time. No they still watch TV just not on a specific day at a specific time. They watch what they want, when they want it, how they want it. Mom and dad still like to brag about their big 4K HDR screen and are already planning for a bigger 8K set next year. Kids are perfectly happy with their smaller screens. And whether the content is delivered through a fiber cable or magically through the air it's still TV and fortunately for people in the creation industry folks seem to have an insatiable entertainment appetite of their TV stuff.

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TV is TV- Want Good Stuff to Watch, No Matter How You Label It

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TV Festival de Cannes Makes Red Carpet Return with EVS Solutions

Turning the Paulskirche Blue for Human Rights Day

Two hundred and fifty Astera battery powered, wirelessly controlled LED lighting fixtures made a spectacular impact in Frankfurt, Germany, lighting the iconic Paulskirche building for the 70th anniversary of Human Rights Day on 10th December 2018.

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Turning the Paulskirche Blue for Human Rights Day

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tube Sounds Out Pafos 2017

Audio fanatics tube uk designed sound for a dazzling Opening Ceremony to mark the start of the ancient and mythical city of Pafos, Cyprus’s year as joint European Capital of Culture for 2017 (together with Aarhus in Denmark).Working for Pafos2017, tube was recommended for the project by Liz Pugh from outdoor arts specialists Walk the Plank, producers of the main Opening Ceremony (OC) show in central Pafos together with a team of Cypriot creatives and artists.

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tube Sounds Out Pafos 2017

tube Invests in New Sennheiser D6000 System

Audio specialist tube uk has invested in a new Sennheiser D6000 radio mic system … which debuted on the world premiere of Israeli artist Yael Bartana’s compelling live performance experiment ‘What if Women Ruled the World?’, which played for four nights at Mayfield depot at the 2017 Manchester International Festival (MIF).

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tube Invests in New Sennheiser D6000 System

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