Currently running at Minneapolis’ Hennepin Stages Theatre, Funny Business’ cast has switched over to Sennheiser’s HSP4 wireless head mics, which were spec’d by op manager/technical director Eric Shosted.
This year’s Grammy Awards show featured audio gear from ATK Audiotek, manned by Ron Reeves and Mikael Stewart at FOH. Many of the performers chose Sennheiser microphones, and could be heard through a JBL VerTec system…Aviom’s winner of the “Take It Personal…and Take It Home” contest, held during Winter NAMM, is Andy Jones, who has been a sound engineer for several churches during the past nine years. He has donated his Aviom system to Chorus Church, a three-year-old congregation based in French Valley, Calif.…Dolby’s Lake Processor can be found in numerous UK-based companies, including Adlib Audio (Scissor Sisters, Nine Inch Nails, Brand New), Britannia Row Productions (Kings of Leon, Amy Winehouse), Wigwam Acoustics (George Michaels) and Production House (Van Morrison)…Technomad’s loudspeakers and turnkey P.A. systems are now available for purchase through the recently launched Web Order System, www.technomad.com…Monitor engineer Espen Andersen recently hauled out a Soundcraft Vi6 board for Norway-based Vamp, who was touring with the Norwegian Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra…BAi LLC recently designed an upgraded audio system at the WK Kellogg Auditorium (Battle Creek, MI), which is celebrating its 100th anniversary. The system features JBL VRX line arrays installed within a new stage eyebrow.