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Made to Measure

For the Tirolean State Theatre sound department in Innsbruck (Austria) flexibility matters. The multidisciplinary venue offers not only opera, musicals, dance and plays under one roof, but produces CDs and the popular radio show "Apropos Oper” in its own 24-track surround Studio. A control room that can cope with this diversity has to adapt to the theatre - not vice versa. Since autumn 2010, a new sound control room with a TRIAGON and a NEXUS Matrix 5 audio network integrates flawlessly with an existing NEXUS Matrix 4 audio and communications network.
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Made to Measure

DPA Mics Bring the Outside in at Serpentine Gallery

French sound designer and foley artist Nicolas Becker has used a quantity of DPA microphones for the Philippe Parreno exhibition at London’s Serpentine Gallery. Parreno, an Algerian artist and film maker, has created a space in which a series of filmed events are projected in different galleries. Sound, which plays a major part in the exhibition, can be heard inside the gallery, as though the outside environment of Kensington Gardens and the surrounding streets is leaking in.
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DPA Mics Bring the Outside in at Serpentine Gallery

Studer Vista 5 Digital Console Brings State-of-the-Art Sound To Famed Great Festival Hall in Austria

The Grosses Festspielhaus (Great Festival Hall), home to the famed Salzburg Festival--one of the most famous performance spectaculars in the world--has revamped its main audio system for the first time in two decades. The upgraded system includes a completely redesigned control room, featuring a Studer Vista 5 digital console. Celebrating the hall’s 50th and the festival’s 90th anniversaries, the Vista 5 was chosen for its optimum recording capabilities, with performance recordings in demand throughout the year.
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Studer Vista 5 Digital Console Brings State-of-the-Art Sound To Famed Great Festival Hall in Austria

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Staging the future: Schauspielhaus Bochum installs grandMA2 and dimMA Digital Dimmer

The „Schauspielhaus Bochum“ (Playhouse Bochum) is one of Germany’s biggest and best known theatres. Build in 1908 as a Variety theatre, it became the town theatre in 1915 and was the biggest stage in the “Ruhrgebiet”. During an air raid in 1944 it was nearly completely destroyed, and then rebuilt based on the design of architect Gerhard Moritz Graubner in an operation lasting until 1953.
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Staging the future: Schauspielhaus Bochum installs grandMA2 and dimMA Digital Dimmer

Audio and Video for the Court of Burgundy

Worms is ranked top among German historic cities. According to the Nibelungen saga, Siegfried the dragon slayer was murdered here by Hagen von Tronje at the Court of Burgundy. Now the city is going to take advantage of its rich history and location in the heart of Europe by positioning itself as a point where culture and business meet. On January 29 a new convention centre in the heart of Worms, built by Gerkan, Marg and Partner architects, open its doors together with the completely refurbished municipal theatre. Installation of all audio and video systems in the sprawling complex was undertaken by the systems integrator division of the SALZBRENNER STAGETEC MEDIAGROUP.
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Audio and Video for the Court of Burgundy

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Green Hippo at Huddersfield’s Festival of Light

One of the biggest annual events in Huddersfield, the Festival of Light, once again made a great impression in 2010. The festival took place from 02nd – 05th December 2010, and alongside the main event in St George’s Square there were a wide range of fringe events taking place across the town. Part of the festival this year was ‘Light Trail’, an event that saw several of the towns landmarks illuminated, with the display commencing at 4pm every afternoon for the duration of the festival.
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Green Hippo at Huddersfield’s Festival of Light

PixelRange sets Huddersfield Festival Ablaze with Light

The annual winter event put on by Kirklees Council was this year expanded to fill the weekend across 2nd – 5th December. As well as the usual street theatre spectacular which traditionally packs out the town’s St George’s Square, the council prepared other events, all project managed by TG Events’ Tim Garbutt.
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PixelRange sets Huddersfield Festival Ablaze with Light

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NETIA Supports CineCast Innovative Platform for Connecting French Film Heritage With Social Networks

NETIA today announced that its R&D team is leading the CineCast project to promote France's film heritage, facilitate its discovery and contributions to it by the public, and explore new cultural practices. As the French government focuses on the digitization of educational media, the CineCast platform will develop a suite of generic and innovative tools aimed at all content suppliers of the digital age: TV, video-sharing sites, subscription program packages, archives, libraries, VoD, and social media sites.
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NETIA Supports CineCast Innovative Platform for Connecting French Film Heritage With Social Networks

Christie Projectors are a Hit at the Eid in Riyadh

In Riyadh, Samir El-Wesemy’s company, EvenTech Co. Ltd, staged a major outdoor event at the Regime Palace District, sponsored by the Supreme Authority for Riyadh Development and attended (and officially opened) by HRH Prince Sattam bin Abdul Aziz. Among his many other duties he is Vice Chairman of The Supreme Saudization Committee.
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Christie Projectors are a Hit at the Eid in Riyadh

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Soundcraft Mixing Consoles Meet the Challenge of The Cinematic Orchestra’s Epic Performance at Royal Albert Hall
Lighthouse Screens are the Right KITT for Dutch Interactive Installations

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ORF and SIVision are Ready to Broadcast the New Year’s Concert 2011

The Vienna Philharmonic New Year's Concert is in terms of international coverage the largest classical music event in the world. In 2011 the concert will once again be broadcast on television and radio to over 70 countries worldwide. Franz Welser-Möst, following in the footsteps of Clemens Krauss, Josef Krips, Willi Boskovsky, Herbert von Karajan and Nikolaus Harnoncourt, becomes the sixth Austrian conductor to stand at the helm of the Vienna Philharmonic on the first day of the New Year.
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ORF and SIVision are Ready to Broadcast the New Year’s Concert 2011
Studer Vista 9 and Soundcraft Vi1 at the Conservatory Great Hall in Moscow

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Konzerthaus Dortmund Installs Riedel Performer Intercom

 For its new communications infrastructure the Konzerthaus Dortmund installed a Performer matrix intercom system from Riedel Communications. Riedel, one of the leading manufacturers of intercom, fiber, audio and radio technology, installed a comprehensive system combining a digital matrix intercom with a radio network and the house PA.
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Konzerthaus Dortmund Installs Riedel Performer Intercom

TiMax Tracker and Carmen In-the-Round in Switzerland

Due to unprecedented demand from Switzerland’s classical outdoor festival circuit, TiMax distributor Bleuel Electronics AG have invested in additional TiMax Tracker and TiMax2 SoundHub systems from UK developer Out Board. With their existing rental stock already fully committed to other shows, Bleuel purchased a further TiMax SoundHub-R32 delay matrix and four-sensor TiMax Tracker (TT) performer tracking system to service a spectacular in-the-round production of Carmen being staged outdoors in Schinznach Dorf.
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TiMax Tracker and Carmen In-the-Round in Switzerland

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