Seattleâ€™s Decibel Festival had another stellar year in 2009, celebrating electronic music performance, visual art and new media.
Held at 14 different venues across the city, including main venues at the Olympic Sculpture Park and Volunteer Park, the festival ran from Sep. 24th through Sep. 27th. Over 100 performers from 10 different countries gathered at the event, now in its sixth year.
Ric Webb of regional sound production specialists TR Professional worked with Kevin Johnson of EV sales reps Left Coast Marketing to ensure exceptional audio quality for every stage at the festival, deploying a wide range of equipment from Electro-Voice and Dynacord.
Two Dynacord Cobra 2 portable line array loudspeaker systems delivered an awesome combination of low-end power, precise coverage and high-end intelligibility for the outdoor stages. A Dynacord CMS 1000 controlled the mix. Lending support for monitors and small-format
mains on the other stages were Electro-Voice Tour X passive and SxA250, ZXA5 & SxA360 full-range powered boxes. New EV Q1212 lightweight, high-performance amps provided power. On the input end, an EV REV Dual wireless system and N/D767a wired microphones were used.
EV SxA360 loudspeakers
EV SxA250 loudspeakers
EV Tour X stage monitors
Cobra 2 loudspeaker system
D-Lite 2002 loudspeaker system
D-Lite 1002 loudspeaker system
CMS 1000 mixer