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Leading UK production company, SFL, employed the ground-breaking immersive 3D mixing technology from German in-ear monitor specialists, KLANG, on the main stage at the last ever Soul Survivor festival, which took place last summer at the East of England showground.
Far from being an ‘uncool relic from the 1970s’, nowadays progressive rock has a sizeable following and is becoming more popular. There are a number of artists following the likes of Muse and Dream Theater into the mainstream, none more so than Haken - a multinational six-piece recently returned from a European tour mixed on a Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 digital mixing system.
Verge Aero, the specialist in high performance drone light shows, has achieved an aerial first in Mexico, delivering the country’s first ever drone light show. Working with local partner Sky Precision, Verge Aero provided a system of 150 drone lights to create moving, color-changing pictures in the sky to open the performance by Dutch DJ Martin Garrix, marking Mexico’s Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) at the FIG19 hot-air balloon festival.
RUSHWORKS, provider of cool technology for production, playback and streaming since 2001, enters the market with a bang for 2020, introducing another “powerfully simple” integrated PTZ production system for remote and studio operation.
RTS is pleased to announce the launch of the BTR-30N two-channel narrow-band UHF/VHF wireless system, the latest addition to its extensive professional intercom portfolio. The BTR-30N frequency-agile base station supports up to four TR-30N (dual channel) or TR-32N (dual channel stereo) frequency-agile beltpacks. The system’s hybrid dual-band UHF/VHF design makes it a flexible and user-friendly choice for today’s changing and shrinking RF environment – reliable, high-performance, high-fidelity communications delivered with minimum spectrum usage. It is ideal for a wide range of everyday wireless intercom applications, including broadcasting, education, event production, hotels/cruise ships, houses of worship, theaters, utilities, and more.
Carlos Sainz held his nerve on the final stage of the 2020 Dakar Rally for his third title after 7,500km of the world's most fearsome offroad race, while Ignacio Casale and Andrey Karginov also won at the maiden Saudi Arabia staging.
Visitors to the headquarters of Osram Licht AG in Munich can experience a multi-media journey through the history of the company: from the beginnings in 1906 to the present day. The ‘Osram World of Light’, a blend of showroom, workshop and event location has won this year’s ‘Sinus – Systems Integration Award’. The client and the contractors, Ranger Design (general contractor), Techniz Ingenieurbüro (technical media planning) and other companies, will be presented with the award at the coming Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt am Main on 2 April.
Clear-Com® in recognizing the growing need for reliable high-quality communications in live productions hosted two workshops on intercom system design and new technologies for theater professionals. The one-day events were held in early December at theatrical venues in Singapore and Melbourne; two markets where wireless systems are evolving quickly, and Clear-Com products power a range of commercial applications.
Liverpool, UK-based production specialist Adlib continued its excellent working relationship with popular vocal harmony group The Overtones, supplying lighting equipment and crew to their latest UK tour, supporting LD and set designer Neil Holloway.
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- Two-time winner Sainz had carved out a healthy 18m 10s lead over Qatari Al-Attiyah and 18m 26s over Frenchman Peterhansel, but his two main rivals have 10 Dakar titles between them and they made sure the inaugural Saudi Arabian edition goes down to the wire.
- Thirteen-time Dakar bike and car champion Peterhansel edged out Toyota driver Al-Attiyah by 10 seconds over the 744km stage 11 from Shubaytah to Haradh with Sainz 8m 3s behind Peterhansel in his MINI Buggy to set up a grandstand finish on Friday.
Award-winning independent French theme park, Puy du Fou, unveiled its first venture in Toledo Spain with an epic night-time immersive spectacular “El Sueño de Toledo” (The Dream of Toledo), creatively directed by Nicolas de Villiers and the team from Puy de Fou with lighting designed by Koert Vermeulen from Belgian creative visual practice, ACTLD. At the heart of Koert’s lighting spec are 74 x Robe BMFL WashBeam and 20 x MegaPointe moving lights.
More than five years in the making, Sharjah Grand Mosque opened its doors in 2019, becoming United Arab Emirates’ second-largest mosque. The building occupies 185,806 square metres with a capacity to accommodate over 25,000 worshippers. Five thousand worshippers, with allocated seating for 610 women, can be accommodated inside. Surrounded by gardens and water fountains, the domes, minarets and columns reflect a unique Islamic architectural style and reminisce Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia. The main prayer hall has arched windows with stained glass, walls decorated with verses from the Quran as well as a large chandelier in the centre and red carpeting is part of the design. To not spoil the artistic impression, the approach to AV had to be a thoughtful one, and the system integrator had to meet a demanding time-frame for completion of the full system.
IHSE, a leading manufacturer of high-end KVM solutions for the extension and the switching of computer signals, is expanding its portfolio with a multiviewer for DisplayPort signals in resolutions up to 4K60. The Draco MultiView4K60 allows real-time display of up to four video signals on one or two monitors with picture-in-picture function.
Winkler Livecom of Switzerland has added 200 Elation Professional KL Fresnel™ series luminaires to its inventory, a purchase that gives the full-service event production company an enhanced ability to highlight client brands for maximum impact.Winkler, based in Wohlen, near Zürich, is one of the largest full service companies in Switzerland, handling virtually all aspects of exhibition, corporate and public events from initial idea to execution. Since its founding in 1996, Winkler has often employed Elation lighting in its broad portfolio of projects, but the KL Fresnel acquisition marks the company’s first purchase of Elation gear.
“Mulembe” is not only the guiding principle of the Luhya communities of Western Kenya but also a traditional greeting, literally meaning “peace”. This spirit extends to radio listening as well: in the 1980s, “salamu ya radio”, where listeners used radio shows to send wishes of peace to friends and family miles away, was a national phenomenon. These popular shows helped transform Kenyans into the ardent radio listeners they have become.