August 2006
Mix;Aug2006, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p64
The article presents news briefs of interest to the sound recording industry in the United States. The National Sound Contractors Association's (NSCA) proprietary insurance program provides its member companies with customized solutions, including NSCA SystemsPlus and SystemsPlus Surety components. Capital Sound Hire is providing XTA DP224/226/428 processors for the Take That tour. The National Theatre has upgraded its Sennheiser wireless mic system to 40 channels.


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