For the third year running, we were asked to take care of the audio requirements for the Colonade Stage.
We opted to give out new LA-Raks their first outing. With L’ACOUSTICS V-DOSC as the main system, SB28’s covering sub duties and KARA providing front and out fills. Delays were covered by Turbosound Flex array cabinets powered by our tried and tested MC2 racks.
A Midas Pro2 and Digico SD8 took care of FOH and monitor positions respectively with system processing taken care of by Lake LM44’s.
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US Singer / Saxophonist takes stage and monitor package on his latest UK outing.
Best known for his 90’s single ‘I Wonder Why’, Stigers chose to take the popular Pro2 / DL251 system. TFM330’s are on wedge duty and a line system, microphone and stand package complete the line up.
As many venues have installed audio systems, we are providing more and more of our artist with monitor and stage systems to travel with them and their backline. This can ensure consistency whilst reducing load in times.
We regularly provide:
Monitor consoles, FOH consoles, IEM systems, power distribution, line systems, microphone packages, monitor speakers and amps and stage risers.
STS GM Richard Knowles and monitor engineer John Taylor spent their weekend in Madrid looking after English rock trio Band of Skulls.
DCode 2014 played host to some 50,000 festival goers split between the dual stage setup.
Taylor who also works with prog rock legends Barclay James Harvest and Knowles, TM and FOH for Manchester three piece I am Kloot.
As festival season draws to a close, we can finally take stock of all our latest purchases and we now have the following available:
Canadian five piece Walk off the Earth and Californian rockers Buckcherry have been the first to snap up the latest addition to our console stock.
Both bands have taken control and backline packages out around the UK and Europe.
Both bands specified a similar system, with Walk off the Earth comprising of a Pro2 / DL251 on FOH duties and an SC48 on stage. Buckcherry taking just the Pro2 / DL251. Each package incorporating one of our popular plug and play split / sat box systems.
Twelve sports over eleven venues in four days.
The Sainsbury’s 2014 School Games is a multi-sport event for the UK’s elite young athletes of school age. Competition is held in twelve current and future Olympic and Paralympic sports: Fencing, Rugby Sevens, Gymnastics, Hockey, Badminton, Athletics, Cycling, Judo, Swimming, Table Tennis, Volleyball and Wheelchair Basketball.
We were asked to provide audio systems for each venue, with lighting systems installed where necessary.
First in was the gymnastics, which was staged at the Phones 4u Arena in Manchester. We installed seven hangs of Turbosound TFA600 series, with a mixture of H and HW elements, to supplement these, there were two hangs of L’Acoustics SB18’s and a single drop of Kara to cover the performance area.
Over the next two days we installed the systems into the remaining venues. Four venues were covered with Nexo PS Series, four with L’Acoustics HiQ’s and in the last two we used Turbosound TFM systems. All supplemented by Turbosound TSW218’s.
Control packages comprised of either LS9’s or M7CL’s, Mac Mini multi i/o playback systems with touch screens and Sennheiser RF and IEM systems.
STS audio folk made their way up north for the 20th Commonwealth Games.
Lucy Melling took the reigns at the National Hockey Center, whilst Paul Danson was on desk duties at the Clyde Auditorium entertaining audiences at the Weight Lifting and Power Lifting.