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From Mix Magazine | A Prism Business Media Publication    May 5, 2006  
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Sabine's Smart Spectrum wireless systems offer 70 channels and operate in the license-free 2.4 GHz band - they are immune to interference from all TV signals and easily coexist with all UHF and VHF products. Built-in recallable processing provides features usually associated only with digital mixers. And cell phone-style battery charging makes these the only systems that can pay for themselves. Get the whole story at www.Sabine.com.


Table Of Contents
JBL MRX500 Series
Classic Tracks Book
Masque Sound Celebrates 70 Years
KUDO Rocks in Orlando
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Looking for the next big thing in line array? A-Line Acoustics is making waves with the AL10 series. Available powered, unpowered or hybrid-active, they are receiving rave reviews from the press and users alike. It is the only system with the amazing patent-pending EZAL™ "on-the-fly" rigging/aiming system that saves time and money. Made in USA, they are priced well below the competition. See us at InfoComm Booth #1487.

Get the whole story at www.a-lineacoustics.com.


NEW PRODUCTS
JBL MRX500 Series
JBL's new MRX500 Series comprises five passive sound reinforcement loudspeakers using JBL Professional 400W Differential Drive(R) transducers (the same as used in its VerTec line array). Featuring a specially engineered, lightweight plywood enclosure design, JBL Professional's engineers have ensured the MRX500 Series is typically 20 percent to 30 percent lighter than competitive systems. All units despite a kick-resistant 16-gauge heavy-duty grille and a DuraFlex™ finish. MORE

L-Acoustics SOUNDVISION Version 1.3.0
Version 1.3.0 of SOUNDVISION, L-Acoustics' 3-D sound design program, incorporates three primary improvements over the initial offering, including temporal mapping, speaker grouping and subwoofer visualization. MORE

Martin Audio LE Monitors
Martin Audio recently unveiled its new range of LE monitors, the LE1200, LE1500 and LE2100. The top-of-the-line LE2100 three-way bi-amp--only, differential dispersion stage monitor offers a low profile and very high power. MORE

Now Shipping: QSC PLX2
QSC's PLX2 amplifiers are divided into two product groups offering power outputs of up to 3,600 watts. Adding subwoofer processing and convenient back panel switches to the original PLX platform, the PLX2 "02" lineup (models PLX1802, PLX2502, PLX3102 and PLX3602) are complemented by the compact PLX2 "04" amps (models PLX1104 and PLX1804), which bring the same technology to applications where bridged or 2-ohm operation isn't required. MORE

TC Electronic M350 Rack Processor
TC Electronic's M350 combines 15 brand-new TC-quality reverbs with 15 multipurpose effects, including delay, modulation and compression. The M350 features a front panel user interface, which is optimized for easy and speedy operation in a live performance situation. MORE

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Coverage. Control. Versatility. Integral To Any Martin Audio Loudspeaker, In Any Setting. Our Compact W8LMD Downfill Cabinet Seamlessly Expands The Performance Of Any Line Array From Above & Below. Martin Audio: The Musical Sound For Commercial, Touring, Themed Entertainment, Clubs, Houses Of Worship & More. Hear The Difference At Martin-Audio.Com.


ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM MIX
Classic Tracks Book
Mix's senior editor Blair Jackson picks 25 of the best recording stories from Mix's archive-from Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On" and Roy Orbison's "Only the Lonely" to Led Zeppelin's "Ramble On" and more. Classic Tracks is available now exclusively through Mixbooks. To order a copy, go to www.mixonline.com/mixbookshelf.

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NEWS YOU CAN USE
Masque Sound Celebrates 70 Years
"You would be hard-pressed to find a more robust 70-year-old," remarks Masque Sound co-principal and third-generation-co-owner Geoff Shearing on the occasion of the company's anniversary. "The past few years have found us expanding our services into a variety of related fields, including live performance, technology development/installation and DVD production. Our 2004 move to a new 70,000-square-foot facility in East Rutherford, New Jersey, triggered a burst of activity, which continues to generate a steady flow of challenging new projects." MORE

Allen & Heath Go for a Ride
Birmingham, UK--based A/V and P.A. specialists Complete Light & Sound Services supplied and installed the audio system for Thorpe Park's latest attraction, the Stealth launch coaster, selecting Allen & Heath's iDR DSP system to manage interactive sound distribution on the ride. MORE

AMD Captures Matisyahu Live
Matisyahu Live At Stubbs, the 2005 live concert performance captured using AMD's AMD64 processors and released on Or Music, achieved Gold Record certification from the Recording Industry Association of America for selling more than 500,000 CDs. MORE

Holophone Records Morrison Live
Van Morrison recently performed in Nashville for the first time at the Ryman Auditorium. The stop was part of a brief U.S. tour in support of his new album, Pay the Devil. Hank Neuberger, Grammy-winning producer from Chicago's Third Wave Productions, recorded the concert for video producers Three on the Tree and director Danny Clinch using the H2-PRO Microphone from Holophone. MORE

Tracking Actors Onstage With Out Board
Raymond Gubbay's opera-in-the-round offering, La Boheme, at London's Royal Albert Hall this spring featured a sound automation technique that combined Out Board's TiMax Audio Imaging delay matrix with a new automated tracking system developed by Norwegian technologists Track the Actors (TTA). Autograph Sound provided the Meyer, XTA and DiGiCo D5T sound system, which was supervised by Andy Brown. MORE

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RECENT INSTALLS
KUDO Rocks in Orlando
Hard Rock Live Orlando has upgraded its concert loudspeaker complement with a brand-new L-Acoustics KUDO line source array system. After hearing KUDO demonstrated at ETS-LDI last November, Hard Rock Live Orlando technical director Brad Meszaros and front-of-house engineer Brian Robertson were convinced that it was the right system for their venue. MORE

Fairview Church brings in Danley Sound
Fairview Baptist Church recently held a dedication service for a new facility that was the result of a growing congregation. The church's new fan-shaped sanctuary seats between 1,000 to 1,500 people, and features a "blended" worship style comprising traditional and contemporary elements. MORE

EAW for TAO
At 42,000 square feet, TAO Las Vegas continues the trend of large restaurant and entertainment venues situated within the city's glitzy hotels. Tao Las Vegas co-owner Rich Wolf called on veteran designer and fellow club owner John Lyons, president of design/build company John Lyons Systems and owner of the Avalon clubs in Boston and New York, as well as the Avalon and Spider Club in Los Angeles, to design and install the EAW sound system. MORE

Meyer Shines in Shrine
Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium recently underwent a $15 million renovation, which added state-of-the-art audio and production systems. However, the shape of the Shrine is atypical, making the sound system requirements unusual, according to Shrine general manager Duke Collister. In the end, the Shrine determined that Meyer Sound's more compact M Series models, MICA™ and M1D, were the perfect fit for the room. MORE

XTA Goes BAM
The Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) has upgraded its sound with the addition of a new P.A. system, which includes XTA DP Series processors. The new system was installed in 30 days, with the finishing touches put in place on January 12, 2006, ready for this season's performances. The acoustic and technology upgrades were designed and specified by Akustiks, LLC. Equipment was supplied by See Factor. MORE

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