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When the Stereophonics decided to requisition a second acoustic stage, accessed via a long thrust from the main performance area, on their latest tour, it provided a conundrum for the band’s long time technical crew, FOH engineer Dave Roden, and rental/production company, Capital Sound Hire.
There’s nothing funny about the comedy business: when everything is riding on the setup and the punch line, the sound has to be absolutely perfect. That’s why the top-earning comics on tour today—names like Amy Schumer and Kevin Hart—have looked to Frederick, Maryland based Showtime Sound LLC and its president/CEO, Scott Tydings, to make sure that their audiences “get it.”
The X Factor is now represented in more than 51 local versions around the world, and for the 11th edition of X Factor Italy, broadcasting specialist One TV has fielded a newly constructed outside broadcast (OB) truck complete with a comprehensive RTS intercom solution. The system was designed and built by One TV’s parent company – and Italy’s largest broadcast systems integrator – Professional Show.
British metalcore band Architects recently played their biggest show to date at London's 10,400 capacity Alexandra Palace as part of their current European and North American tour. Long-term lighting and show designer, Paul McAdams, designed the production's high-energy 'lunar' lighting and set, selecting the Claypaky Mythos and Claypaky A.leda B-EYE K10 fixtures as key tools in his lighting arsenal.
Robe enjoyed an incredibly busy and successful Prolight+Sound 2018 expo, which saw their exhibition live show concept taken to new levels with ‘Cirque Robe’, a colourful, hi-energy 6-minute performance spectacle and circus style presentation with a cast of 11, designed to highlight the Czech manufacturer’s latest lighting technologies.
An Allen & Heath dLive S Class S5000 with DM64 MixRack played a leading role on the tech crew for the Million Dollar Quartet’s recent North American tour. Part theatre, part rock-and-roll concert, the show tells an amazing story of a day in 1956 when Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Elvis Presley performed together at Sam Phillips’ Sun Records studio.
Danish singer, songwriter and music producer Alex Vargas played a special one-off concert at Copenhagen’s 16,000 capacity Royal Arena … with a set and lighting design by Theis Wermuth of creative visual practice, Create This.
Painting with Light has produced a vibrant, inventive visual solution for “Zoo of Life” a production directed by Luc Stevens to celebrate 175 years of Antwerp Zoo, being staged at the new Queen Elizabeth Hall venue in Antwerp, Belgium.
Dejero, an innovator in cloud-managed solutions that provide video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, has reported that Italian production company, Nexting used Dejero’s IP-based transmission equipment to deliver high-quality live interviews and edited footage to its client, Sky Sports Italia, during the Winter Games in Pyeongchang last month.
Don’t Let Daddy Know (DLDK) is one of the biggest international EDM parties taking its cool Ibiza roots and transitioning into a worldwide dance phenomenon known for spectacular production values. The 2018 Amsterdam edition, produced by Dutch7, returned to the renowned Ziggo Dome for two nights, for the first time with creative lighting designed by Bas Knappers from Netherlands based creative practice, Live Legends.
Honest, just and loyal – such are the key characteristics of the dog, the eleventh of all zodiac animals. Apt then that when Hong Kong based Cosmo Pro AV was engaged for the AV consultation, design and integration for Ocean Park’s new prime theatre space – the Applause Pavilion – it trusted partner AV Stumpfl for a media server solution that would deliver time and again.
United, a member of Euro Media Group, is the first company in Europe to be awarded the Dolby Vision certification. ‘This way we can strengthen our footprint in UHD and HDR’, says Thijs van de Kamp, United’s HDR and Dolby Vision expert.
Fans of US rapper A$AP Ferg are treated to dynamic live footage and effects on his current Mad Man tour, through a slick stage design that features custom-built onstage robot cameras and a large HD video wall powered by Avolites Ai RX8 Servers. Lighting designer, video director and programmer for the tour is Michael Smalley of Twin Designs, who in the past has worked with artists including Pitbull, Shakira and Bassnectar. Smalley collaborated closely with production design company Vita Motus and LA-based technology design firm VT Pro Design to deliver the show
Nashville-based TNDV: Television played a pivotal production role at the 26th Annual Bounce Trumpet Awards, held at the Cobb Energy Center, in Atlanta earlier this winter. The prestigious, star-studded event, which featured such headliners as CeeLo Green, Ludacris, Xscape, and Cameo, honored influential, high-profile African Americans who have achieved greatness and inspired it in others.
Having remained in the charts for 13 years, Vegas indie-rockers The Killers are undeniably one of the biggest bands of the 21st century. Currently touring their fifth studio album, Wonderful Wonderful, the award-winning septet is travelling the world with an Americana-inspired show design, lit by long-term lighting designer Steven Douglas, who selected the Claypaky’s Scenius Unico as the production’s workhorse lighting fixture.