When Equipo Vision schedules training and marketing meeting, they don’t use a conference room or classroom, they book a stadium.

A subsidiary of Amway products, Equipo Vision set out to schedule their 10th anniversary of training and marketing sessions, hiring Dallas-based NZ Events in cooperation with DH Systems for total AV production needs for a four date tour.

With venues ranging from 6,000-12,000, this became a concert-style production. As the primary purpose of the events is for training and education, intelligibility to every seat was of the highest importance. Additionally video playback and high impact music playback are elements of the show.

When it came to consider a system to meet the sound specifications required, with ease of handling, cartage and set up, DH Systems Senior Engineer Zachary Anthony found the new RCF small format HDL6-A an ideal solution.

History has it that the Hirsch Memorial Coliseum in Shreveport, Louisiana had a reputation for being known for the worst sound for live concerts in the 1970’s. Because of that, the renowned Texas trio ZZ Top would use the venue for their tour rehearsals knowing if they could get the sound good there, it could sound good anywhere they went.

In 2016, the Shreveport Mudbugs, a new North American Hockey League expansion team, signed a 12-year lease agreement with the facility. As the new team prepared for their debut season, plans were put into place to upgrade the facility’s audio system to increase the fan experience.

With that, team owner Tommy Scott called on regional event production company Paxton Sound to explore and evaluate the best solution for the venue.

RCF is pleased to announce that HDL 6-A active line array and the NXL 44-A active two-way line-source array won the Readers’ Choice Award, an illustrious award of the Pro Audio industry. 

The HDL 6-A is the winner for the category Line Arrays: Small Format (less than 8” woofer) while the NXL 44-A is the first choice for the Loudspeakers: Column/Line Source segment. 

The Readers’ Choice Awards is unique for a number of reasons, chief among them (and as the name says), all voting is the exclusive domain of the readers of ProSoundWeb, the online audio news outlet affiliated with Live Sound International magazine. 

Two and one-half years in the making. The Lambs Chapel has opened their new campus in Burlington, North Carolina. The church’s campus is the second for the non-denominational Evangelical Christian church, with the original campus 10 miles away in Haw River. With the county population continuing to grow, the church decided to build the new campus and will continue to operate both facilities.

The Burlington campus spans 36 acres and includes a family life centre, recreation facilities and an educational complex with children and student ministries, along with toddler and infant centres.

The main sanctuary is 90,000 square feet with seating for over 2,000 on the main floor and large balcony. During the two years of design and preparation, Lambs Chapel relied on Kernersville, North Carolina-based AVL Environments for consultation and implementation of their audio and visual needs.

When Kevin Krak designs a facility for a client, his goal is to present the “wow” factor. Krak is CEO of Gallant Building Solutions. The company designs properties for company headquarters, corporate offices and commercial spaces for many Fortune 100 companies. Their goal is to provide an enhanced, efficient and stimulating workplace environment.

That’s exactly what he’s done with the new club Rochaus in West Dundee, Illinois.

“Live music is my hobby, my passion,” says Krak. “I love concerts and love the performers’ relationship with the crowd, it’s all an experience.”

With that, Krak was driving through the small Chicago western suburb and saw a for sale sign on a building that recently housed a rock club.

The famous U2 tribute band Achtung Babies (Italy) runs the 1st Tour in France on RCF sound system. The live show took place at Lestrem in France. The 500 people audience were gladly surprised by the precision of the sound system: the 4 pieces three way TTL6-A active line source in conjunction with 2 subs 9006AS turns every venue in an high fidelity room, with very low distortion and incredible power. The TT system was tuned using RDNet networked control. ART312A mk3 speakers were installed as frontfill. The sound engineer Francesco Venturi and the technical team of OK Sono ( Bethune) did the implant and tuning.
Thank you Leo for your passion for RCF, your professionalism, your competence. Leo di Nicola worked with RCF for many years, structuring the sales network in France and contributing to the successes and growth of the brand year after year. A great professional, with a smile for everyone and a contagious good mood. Your RCF friends will always remember you like that.
RCF will be at the NAMM Show in Anaheim, California, to present several extensions to its flagship Touring and Theatre Series, the professional line of subwoofers and the D Line Series of compact cabinets for the touring industry. The company's latest developments also include the brand new E Series of analog mixing desks, and much more.
Based in the heart of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, the Students Union at Northumbria University boasts excellent campus facilities.
Following a series of upgrades in the past 12 months all the principal Student Union (NSU) spaces have been equipped with premium RCF sound systems. This applies to Reds Bar, with its leather upholstered booth seating and full 300-capacity performance stage, which can accommodate up to 900 students; Domain, its biggest, multipurpose venue, which has already hosted some of NSU’s bigger gigs, including Ed Sheeran, Ella Eyre, Anthrax, London Grammar and Soul II Soul; Habita, its award-winning stylish and relaxed cocktail bar; and finally Stage 2, a purpose built theatre performance space, which is used for student assessments and shows.
Nestled in the picturesque Ouseburn valley, overlooking a farm, The Cluny is one of the most uniquely enduring live music bars in Newcastle-upon-Tyne if not the entire UK. Today the City’s cultural oasis, Ouseburn is situated at the confluence of the Rivers Tyne and Ouse. But The Cluny is considered the godfather of this bohemian, artesinal village. Having been built in 1848, when it was opened as a flax spinning mill, this magnificent Grade II-listed building has subsequently traded as a whisky bottling and paint factory.

In its most recent incarnation the owners at the time Camerons Brewery commissioned a new RCF sound system at the beginning of this year, prior to selling the venue to the independent consortium, Mi Viejo Fruta, led by former venue manager, Julian Ive. It is presently celebrating its 15th anniversary as a live venue, since first being operated by the company, Head of Steam, prior to selling to Camerons. Down in the 300-capacity, cavernous main warehouse, Nashville band The Magic Wands, playing a type of music described as ‘lovewave’, are sound-checking through a newly-installed RCF active HDL20-A line array system, the most successful in RCF’s D-Line composite series. Four elements a side, supported by four single 18in SUB 8004-AS, powered by a 1250W digital amplifier module, have replaced the old system, while the band listen to their reference stage sound through six new RCF TT25-CXA. It is the first night of their UK tour.
On the upper balcony coverage is provided by a pair of RCF NXL44-A column line source and a further SUB 8004, while another pair of NXL44-A’s reside downstairs in the 180-capacity Cluny 2 (which was originally a children’s theatre).

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