With Clair Bros. handling the hardware for John Mellencamp's current tour, WorxAudio Technologies' TL.218SS sub-bass system is filling out the bottom end. FOH engineer John Robbins spec'd a rig comprising four TL.218SS subs powered by Crown Macro-Tech 3600VZ power amps in bridged mono to each speaker.
Joining the current Journey/Def Leppard bill is a Digidesign VENUE for FOH (Kevin Olson) and monitors (Brian Evans)…New EtherSound networking technology licensees: Peavey MediaMatrix, Architectural Acoustics and Crest Audio…The Maxine Theater, a new 580-seat performing arts center in Valley Center, CA, installed a new system that includes an Allen & Heath ML5000 Series board; EAW AX Series loudspeakers, SB Series subs, and MX8750 and DX8 digital processors; and Shure SLX UHF wireless mic systems…LTS (Vancouver, BC) added an Adamson Y-Axis rig to its installation inventory…Jands Production Services (Sydney) has upgraded its monitor systems, including the purchase of 12 Clair Bros. Audio custom Dolby Lake Processors. The units feature proprietary software and custom CBA presets not available in the standard Dolby Lake Processors. Additionally, 48 new Crown MA3600 amplifiers and an extra 32 Clair Bros. 12AM monitor wedges were also added. The new monitor racks debuted in September on a national concert tour by Australian electro-rock band Rogue Traders.