June 2005
Mix;Jun2005, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p82
This article focuses on various developments related to the sound recording industry. The company Delicate Audio Productions in Camarillo, California, handled production during Music for Relief, a benefit concert supported by musicians such as No Doubt, Linkin Park and others to benefit UNICEF and Habitat for Humanity's work with tsunami victims. Martin Audio provided line arrays comprising 12 W8Ls, four W8LCs, 12 W8LCs per side on bleachers, four W8CS and four W8Cs each. The musical "Momma Mia!" is currently touring Europe with a configuration comprising 10 L-Acoustic KUDOs per side and a center cluster of 11 dV-DOSCs.


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