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Bolshoi Theatre: Curtain up with audio technology by the MEDIAGROUP

If ever there was a theatre which is considered a national icon it is the Bolshoi in Moscow. Built in 1856 in its current form, the Bolshoi was the showplace of the Tsar and the Soviets and was reputed to have - as it was equipped originally - one of the best auditoriums in the world acoustically. On Friday, 28th October, the Bolshoi Theatre will reopen after six years of refurbishment. As a partner of the Russian general contractor SALZBRENNER STAGETEC MEDIAGROUP designed, delivered and installed major parts of the new audio technology.
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Bolshoi Theatre: Curtain up with audio technology by the MEDIAGROUP

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EAW KF760 Harvests the Rewards in Belarus

Sound and lighting production company, MediaContract, rigged an advanced EAW®  system to help inaugurate the new amphitheatre in the Belarus city of Molodechno recently, when the Dozhinki Festival — an annual celebration for the year’s harvest — took place.
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EAW KF760 Harvests the Rewards in Belarus
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Audivimus Papam!

Germany’s SWR broadcast centre served as the routing complex for all ARD radio stations during the papal visit in Germany from September 22 – 25. Not simply providing a hub for all the source signals from seven remote locations, the centre also fed the ARD stations with fully produced audio contributions and two stereo feeds: one carrying live reports and soundbites, and the second one supplying live interviews with return feeds. Lawo’s crystal consoles and KS-16 modules were used to handle this broad array of sources – a relatively slim, but brilliant, technical solution!
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Audivimus Papam!

The Pope's Visit to Germany

When the Pope is travelling, no expense is spared to assure the highest security standards for everyone involved. This applies particularly to broadcasters reporting directly from the special occasion and, as a result, demands extensive logistical organization on their part. The German broadcaster SWR was at the centre of the action for the Pope’s visit to Freiburg, providing OB vans for radio and television coverage, and with Lawo consoles playing a central role.
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The Pope's Visit to Germany

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Birthday Party for 17,000: grandMA2 Joins „autoSYMPHONIC“

W-DMX™ Celebrates 100-Year Discovery of Machu Picchu

Wireless Solution Sweden AB sent the award-winning W-DMX™ technology to Peru to play an important role in the 100-year anniversary of the discovery of the existence of the Quechua citadel of Machu Picchu in 1911 (“100 Años del Redescubrimiento de Machu Picchu) by explorer Hiram Bingham.
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W-DMX™ Celebrates 100-Year Discovery of Machu Picchu

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Searching for Pearls of Sound

The Zurich Opera House is internationally recognized as one of the world’s most successful theatres. Year after year it hosts over 300 opera and ballet performances, concerts and recitals, all at the highest artistic level. This season, the programme included Verdi’s ‘La Traviata’ and Bizet’s ‘The Pearl Fishers’, as well as a premiere of Rossini’s ‘The Silken Ladder’. And now, in two stages, an upgrade of the opera house audio system has been completed with a Lawo mc²66 console at its heart.
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Searching for Pearls of Sound

Sennheiser Provides ‘Invisible’ Digital Microphones for YouTube Orchestra

Last year, 101 musicians from 33 countries uploaded videos to YouTube of themselves auditioning for the YouTube Symphony Orchestra 2011. Chosen with the help of leading orchestras around the world and the YouTube community, the musicians finally made it to the end of their journey to perform in an extraordinary concert conducted by Grammy-award winning YouTube Symphony Orchestra Artistic Advisor, Michael Tilson-Thomas, and streamed live on YouTube directly from Sydney Opera House.
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Sennheiser Provides ‘Invisible’ Digital Microphones for YouTube Orchestra

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Jünger Audio Helps Bethesda Cathedral Manage Its Audio Loudness Levels

Bethesda Cathedral in eastern Singapore has solved the problem sudden peaks in the volume of its AV presentations by investing in a Jünger Audio LEVEL MAGIC™ two-channel loudness normaliser. The unit has been added to the signal path between the Cathedral’s new Allen & Heath iLive digital mixing system and the distribution patch bay to automatically control the levels on any incoming signal source, regardless of its input level.
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Jünger Audio Helps Bethesda Cathedral Manage Its Audio Loudness Levels

RTS/TELEX Underpin Live Broadcast of Royal Wedding from Monaco

The wedding of Prince Albert of Monaco to Charlene Wittstock will be remembered as one of the media highlights of the year 2011: countless TV stations all over the world broadcast the entire ceremony live. In fact, the passionate enthusiasm of the population of Monte Carlo spilled over into neighbouring France with no less fervour, with over 7.5 million viewers following the proceedings live in the Hexagon on July 1st and 2nd.
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RTS/TELEX Underpin Live Broadcast of Royal Wedding from Monaco

DPA’s New Reference Standard Mic Range Makes Sweet Music in Provence

DPA’s new Reference Standard series of microphones have been used for a large outdoor event in Aix-en-Provence by French rental company Texen. Parade(s) was the opening concert for the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, and featured the London Symphony Orchestra, the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and various soloists, performing Verdi’s La Traviata.
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DPA’s New Reference Standard Mic Range Makes Sweet Music in Provence

Sir David Attenborough to receive IBC 2011 International Honour for Excellence

The winner of the IBC2011 International Honour for Excellence is Sir David Attenborough, in recognition of his remarkable career in television and, in particular, natural history. His career spans almost 60 years, with his Atlantic Productions documentary Flying Monsters 3D with Sir David Attenborough one of the most acclaimed programmes commissioned by Sky 3D.
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Sir David Attenborough to receive IBC 2011 International Honour for Excellence

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On top: Machu Picchu anniversary celebrated with grandMA2

When Machu Picchu was founded in the 15th-century by the Incas it was a completely unique town.The buildings were located 2,430 metres (7,970 ft) above sea level, situated ona narrow mountain ridge above the Urubamba Valley in Peru. Thecity was abandoned a century later at the time of the Spanish Conquest. Often Machu Picchu is referred to as the "Lost Cityof the Incas", and it is perhaps the most familiar icon of the Inca World.
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On top: Machu Picchu anniversary celebrated with grandMA2

DPA’s New Reference Standard Mics Bring the Underworld to Life

Christoph Willibald von Gluck's opera Orfeo ed Euridice was held during June and July against the royal backdrop of Soestdijk Palace in Utrecht, attracting 1,500 people per night. A large quantity of DPA microphones, including the first 2006A and 2011A mics to arrive in Holland, were provided by DPA’s Dutch distributor Amptec for the event.
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DPA’s New Reference Standard Mics Bring the Underworld to Life

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