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Cakewalk and Roland Systems Group's REAC (Roland Ethernet Audio Communication) for SONAR enables the recording of 40 channels of 24-bit/96kHz audio from 3/01/2007 7:00 AM Eastern

According to vocalist Corinne Bailey Rae’s monitor engineer, Duncan Wild, he chose the Sennheiser e935 because it “gives a wonderful, clean definition on Corinne’s voice, and complements her dynamic variations.”

Cakewalk and Roland Systems Group's REAC (Roland Ethernet Audio Communication) for SONAR enables the recording of 40 channels of 24-bit/96kHz audio from a split of the RSS S-4000 digital snake system by a direct connection to a PC's Gigabit Ethernet port. A beta program is also being introduced that will allow registered participants to work with the RSS digital snake and SONAR to provide feedback for the final product release…Following the recent opening of its U.S. offices in Nashville, InnovaSon opened a UK base of operations for its sales and distribution at Stirling Audio, which will soon host demos and training sessions….EAW KF760 Series line arrays were supplied by the new U.S. operation of ML Executives for the recent Iron Maiden tour. ML Executives' line array technician Michael Hackman oversaw the house system; Brantley Sound of Nashville supplied gear for the U.S. leg…Guitar legend Les Paul selected Future Sonics Ear Monitors, Sennheiser wireless microphones and Hear Technologies systems for his upcoming performances…Robbie Williams played the National Stadium (Santiago, Chile) as part of his current Close Encounters world tour. Sound services are being coordinated through UK-based Britannia Row Productions. For this gig, Chilean rental vendor Cristian Olavarria Ltd. supplied 72 JBL VT4888DP line array elements; sound design was reviewed in collaboration with independent UK-based engineer Tony Szabo, along with system engineer Sherif El Barbari.

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