Christian Heil's multidimensional gamble

L-ISA – Part – 2 An interview with Guillaume Le Nost

Present at the Pierre Mauroy stadium – and as sought after as Christian Heil – was Guillaume le Nost, the development manager of L-ISA, who answered our questions as well as he possibly could – not that he doesn’t know, but that he knows too much… far too much. The continuation of our triple report on the L/R-killer – episode 2 is here.

With Bose

ShowMatch, ShowTime!

We know about RoomMatch, Bose’s system with constant-curvature and DeltaQ technology designed for flexible vertical and horizontal coverage. Now we have ShowMatch, a new system that gives even more with mechanical optimization provided by DeltaQ coverage but also offers the possibility of working with line source configurations, therefore allowing you to reach new “Show” markets where SPL, weight and dimensions really count.

Using All Access Design’s interactive concept

The Avener has all the visuals at his fingertips

As deep house and electro music producer The Avener pursues his stellar career performing at ADM concert festivals, we thought it would be worthwhile to go back and have a look at his Flash Deep Tour, from late 2015, to focus on the interactive concept developed by All Access Design (AAD). The concept is that the artist can maintain manual control over part of the lighting rig – live and in real time.

Theatrical Piece

The Encounter, the binaural masterpiece designed by Gareth Fry and Pete Malkin

London 11:00 AM. I’m about to discover The Encounter and get a look behind the scenes at this unique opus in one of the most iconic theaters in the British capital, the Barbican. The press is unanimous: it is as disconcerting as it is captivating, and the 600 headphones that act as the sound system are the proof of that. We have an appointment with Gareth Fry and Peter Malkin, the two sound designers of this work, and with the ASD – Association of Sound Designers.

“Rester Vivant Tour” at the AccorHotels Arena

Johnny Hallyday on tour, with lighting by Dimitri Vassiliu: back to the roots of rock

Dimitri Vassiliu, lighting designer (LD) for French rock superstar Johnny Hallyday, invited us backstage at the AccorHotels Arena during the on-going “Rester Vivant” marathon tour to talk lighting, video, and rock & roll. This was a new experience for the talented LD, who had already worked on some of the biggest music tours in France. Now, to helm not only the lighting but also the scenic and video design for over a hundred concerts by France’s rock icon was an exciting new challenge.

L-Acoustics updates to Version 2.0

When a renown prestigious brand like L-Acoustics steps on the gas, it doesn’t go unnoticed. New buildings, new assembly line, the foundation of a holding company, a new management team, the arrival of professionals from the automotive industry, massive hiring, double-digit growth, all these things denote the will of this jewel of French electro-acoustics to grow even faster and better.

With the integration of Fa Musique, S-Audio, Vidéo Events and Harkan

The Dushow Group continues to grow. An interview with Eric Alvergnat

Slowly but surely, Dushow continues its march forward, welcoming into the group Fa Musique, Frédéric André’s little gem of a company in Rhône. Just three years after a story on the birth of Dushow group, we went back to take stock of this flagship of French service together with the president, Eric Alvergnat. It’s always interesting to spend time with a man who prefers to hang PA over having to deal with words.

For managing multiple streams of linked audio and video media

Les Gens Du Son have developed Easys, a complete solution for reality TV

They are seven partners united like the fingers on one hand. . . to tell the truth, given the time they spend at their computers, having seven fingers would actually be a plus for them. Capable of doing everything as far as capturing and mixing sound for television is concerned, they decided to create Easys, a tool designed to meet the specific needs of reality TV and all of its derivatives. Let’s visit these fellows, who definitely have brains between their ears.