Youth work organisation Cambridge Youth For Christ recently organised a superb evening of live music for the youth of the area. Held in the village of Warboys, the village church rocked to the sound of Empire Nation, while Revolution Audio continued its well-established partnership with Ministry of Music, providing full live audio services to the event.
Having traveled across the country with our full “A Rig” system of HK Audio Projector, the system amply filled the venue, and thanks to the clear coverage and processing offered in our Soundcraft Si Compact console, helped overcome the acoustical challenges of the church building. A selection of Audix, Shure and Audiotechnica microphones, along with BSS DI Boxes, captured clear sound on stage, with the Si Compact easily handling all sources, as well as five in-ear monitor mixes.
The organisers commented on the superb punch and clarity of the system, with drums giving a clear, deep sound throughout the space, while vocals and guitars richly filled out the rest of the mix with clear intelligibility. Lexicon reverbs and delays were also used, adding further depth and richness to the sound.
As part of a wider week of outreach activity, the event was considered a huge success, with a large and enthusiastic crowd. Both the organisers and Empire Nation were extremely happy with all aspects of the audio provided, and we continue to develop our partnership with Ministry of Music for the future.
From rock concerts to acoustic evenings, weddings to conferences, Revolution Audio offers audio services for all event types. Why not get in touch with us to discuss your requirements with us?
Bristol based, electro-ska sensation The Magnus Puto travelled to the Red Brick Building in Glastonbury in June, to help launch the new “Bocabar Pop Up” events in the community owned and run venue. Revolution Audio maintained its position as sound provider of choice for the venue, following a successful event in March with Chris Jagger.
Bringing together sounds best described as “hooks like the Arctic Monkeys combined with the vocal dexterity of Plan B and the energy of the Specials”, the Revolution Audio “A Rig” was the system of choice, with the HK Audio Projector system amply filling the space with deep, punchy bass, crisp mids and clear highs. Six monitor feeds on stage amply satisfied the band’s requirements, while a large assortment of Audix, Shure and Audiotechnica microphones captured the action on stage.
A Soundcraft Si Compact digital console, along with remote CAT5 stage box allowed tremendous mixing flexibility while keeping a compact footprint. Industry-standard Lexicon Reverbs, DBX Dynamics and BSS EQs provided superb flexibility and sound quality. Indeed, numerous members of the audience approached us afterwards to comment on the superbly mixed and balanced sound, with clear separation between all instruments and vocals, as well as detail and clarity.
It was another successful night for the Red Brick Building, and we’re already looking ahead to next month’s event!
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