The Lollapalooza Festival (Chicago) in early August hosted 130 bands on eight stages over the course of three day. On-hand for the event was the Dolby Lake Processor, four of which were deployed by production services company StagePro on the festival's PlayStation and AMD stages.
StagePro's production managers Tim Smith (left) and Paul Sanken
"We love it; it sounds awesome," says Tim Smith, production manager for StagePro, of the Dolby Lake Processor. The company purchased the four units two months ago. "The ability to make changes from multiple locations around the venue, as well as the intuitive control software, made tuning the rigs a joy. There were many compliments from both band engineers and patrons. For where we were at with our audio systems, which are based around JBL VerTec 4889 speakers, the Dolby Lake was the perfect choice."
The Kansas-based full production services and mobile staging company used two tablet computers for wireless control of the Dolby Lake Processors.