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Invisible Link- Yamaha Digital Mixing Engines Provide The Perfect Foundation

The technology, flexibility and reliability of Yamaha audio equipment has made it the benchmark for today’s live music industry. However, many venues feature installations of high specification Yamaha technology performing functions which are just as important and advanced, but much less visible. A prime example is the DME series of digital mixing engines, which are a major feature of one of Europe’s most technically advanced venues, the Helsinki Music Centre.
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Invisible Link- Yamaha Digital Mixing Engines Provide The Perfect Foundation

Collegium Records Expands its NTP Technology DAD AX24

Cambridge-based Collegium Records has expanded its 16-channel NTP DAD AX24 system to 24 channels for the production of a new album celebrating some of the choral music heard on royal occasions during the lifetime of HM Elizabeth II. The recording, 'This is the Day: Music on royal occasions', includes a newly orchestrated version of John Rutter’s celebratory royal wedding anthem, written for the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey in 2011.
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Collegium Records Expands its NTP Technology DAD AX24

Victorian Opera Uses grandMA2 for “Cinderella”

Recently the Victorian Opera presented a new production of “Cinderella”, a traditional pantomime for the whole family. Based on the fable, Cinderella’s adventures were given a special treatment by Victorian Opera Music Director Richard Gill, who has written both the story and songs. This production saw pantomime return to the surrounds of Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne. Cinderella featured a stellar lineup of artists from Victorian Opera and the world of music theatre.
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Victorian Opera Uses grandMA2 for “Cinderella”
LarMac Live produces ‘Our Greatest Team Rises’ show at RAH

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The Beautiful Sound of the Belle Époque

Beautiful, elaborate, ornate, the Timisoara National Theatre in Romania is one of those European jewels of which we have been denied for so long. As a venue it stands within the Palace of Culture, an arts centre conceived in the Viennese style by architects Hellmer and Felmer, and was opened in 1875 at the height of the Belle Époque.
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The Beautiful Sound of the Belle Époque

SXS Flies Martin Audio W8LM for Cutty Sark's Royal Unveiling

Bristol-based event production company SXS was recently commissioned by the Royal Borough of Greenwich to provide sound and full technical production for the royal unveiling of the Cutty Sark in Greenwich. This followed a £50m restoration project as a result of fire damage to the 143-year-old clipper back in 2007.
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SXS Flies Martin Audio W8LM for Cutty Sark's Royal Unveiling

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Wholehog Consoles Control A Variant Spectrum

During the darkest days of winter, Helsinki brightens the nights in an event called Lux Helsinki. This year’s event featured a series of architectural lighting installations and fine art performances around town designed to enchant the eye and illuminate the soul.
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Wholehog Consoles Control A Variant Spectrum
Panasonic to Broadcast Live the Annular Solar Eclipse from the Summit of Mt. Fuji

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London 2012 Olympic Flame is Lit in Greece
Clay Paky Shines a Light on Bahrain’s Path of Pearls

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Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble Tour Relies on DPA Microphones
DPA Mics Provide Versatility for Penang World Music Festival

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Paying Tribute to AR Rahman with Optocore

Any concert dedicated to multi-instrumentalist and record producer AR Rahman — described as the world's most prominent and prolific film composer — requires a sound quality nearing perfection. Meeting this audio challenge at the recent Classic Incantations concerts — presented by the German Film Orchestra Babelsberg across five Indian cities — were SOUND.COM.
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Paying Tribute to AR Rahman with Optocore

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

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