UK-based Adlib Audio has taken delivery of multiple Dolby Lake Processors. Adlib director Dave Kay (pictured with two of the units, which are under wireless tablet control) and systems engineer Tony Szabo spent a day-and-a-half fine-tuning settings in the processors for Adlib’s JBL VerTec speaker system before sending them out on separate tours by Scissor Sisters, Nine Inch Nails and Brand New.
Also in the UK, Britannia Row Productions is currently using some of its 13 Dolby Lake Processors on European tours by the Kings of Leon and Brit Award–winner Amy Winehouse, who is using them with the company’s new Outline Butterfly speaker system. Britannia Row recently developed settings for the Dolby Lake Processor, including both classic Linkwitz filtering and FIR versions, at Outline’s headquarters in Italy. Britannia Row used the units on a special one-off show in Europe on February 27 immediately following the Gig in the Sky, a planned record-breaking performance at 35,000 feet in a modified Boeing 757 by Jamiroquai.
In other UK news, Wigwam Acoustics used a pair of Dolby Lake Processors on the sell-out George Michael 25 Live tour as system EQ and zoning control for the L-Acoustics V-DOSC system. Production House in Belfast currently has its Dolby Lake Processors out on tour with Van Morrison.
For more information on the Dolby Lake Processor, visit www.dolby.com/livesound.