Florida Music Venue Emerges From Gutted Rubble Offering State-Of-The-Art Sound Catering To National/Regional Acts & Fans Alike
Pensacola Florida’s Vinyl Music Hall literally rose from the gutted rubble of a former 3-story Masonic temple in the heart of downtown, transforming itself in a mere two months into a live music destination for national and regional touring acts of all flavors and fans alike.
Dual DiGiCo SD8sâ€”SD8-36 at FOH and SD8-24 at monitor worldâ€”are the heartbeat of the club’s audio core, along with a d&b audiotechnik Q1 PA system and Meyer USM-1P stage wedges, supplied by Pensacola’s All Pro Sound. The 40-bit floating-point processor, at the nucleus of DiGiCo console’s stealth processing, enables this cutting-edge music venue to deliver state-of-the-art sound live to a 525-capacity room, but will also enable them to stream archived multitrack performance recordings virally over the web.
“The SD8 more