April 2004
Mix;Apr2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p82
The article presents news from the sound engineering industry. The Tony Award-winning Broadway hit, "Hairspray," relies on the expertise of sound designer Steve Kennedy, who employed 10 L-Acoustics dv-DOSC loudspeakers and subwoofer, which are hung from the proscenium truss in an A/B cluster. In other news, performers "Doug Shock Band" toured the Middle East to entertain American troops with their 80's rock Playing for groups of upto 1,000 people in air hangars and large rooms, they traveled with a light music gear.


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