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The Music Mill Turns Out Sound on Midas Verona

The Music Mill, a new live performance venue, restaurant and bar in Indianapolis, opened at the end 2004. Mid America Sound of Fortville (Ind.) outfitted the new venue with a new 56-channel Midas Verona mixing console and EV QRx monitor.
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The Music Mill, a new live performance venue, restaurant and bar in Indianapolis, opened at the end 2004. Mid America Sound of Fortville (Ind.) outfitted the new venue with a new 56-channel Midas Verona mixing console and EV QRx monitor.

House engineer Erik Scott say, “Verona was selected primarily because of its quality and flexibility versus its price point. I first encountered Midas consoles when I was in school, the larger-format XL Series boards. The Verona has the same outstanding EQs and preamps that built Midas’ reputation, but in a smaller package. The main room here holds around 650 people, and has a corner stage 36-feet wide and 16-feet deep. The room was designed to host live music, corporate meetings and other special events. Our QRx monitor rig, comprised of QRx115/75 and QRx112/75 boxes, was installed because of its ability to sound extremely good in a passive mode. QRx can also be turned in to a more powerful bi-amped wedge with equally impressive results.”

For more information, please go to www.midasconsoles.com and www.klarkteknik.com.