Shell Rock, IA – July 2013 … Chandler Limited, recognized globally for signal processing and related music and audio products that deliver the classic analog warmth recording and performing professional musicians seek, is pleased to announce a milestone in the company’s history: the 10th anniversary of the TG2 Pre Amp/DI. A recreation of the rare EMI TG12428 pre amp used in EMI recording and mastering consoles, developed for use in London’s legendary Abbey Road Studios in the late 60s and early 70s, the Chandler TG2 Pre Amp/DI has become one of the company’s bestselling products and is routinely used by leading artists and recording engineers worldwide. more
Archive for July 10th, 2013
(London, UK/Santa Monica, CA) Sohonet the leading expert in connectivity and Infrastructure-as-a-Service for the media and entertainment industry, is pleased to announce the Board appointment of Chuck Parker to help guide Sohonet through it’s continuing global expansion process.
Chuck Parker is a sought-after industry thought-leader and brings a wealth of media and technology experience to the Sohonet Board. He spent 15 years at Technicolor where he enjoyed a variety of roles, including: Chief Commercial Officer; President of Technicolor's Digital Division; EVP & Managing Director of Technicolor's International Home Entertainment division and CIO. Parker is currently the Chief Revenue Officer of Unicorn Media and is the Chairman of the 2nd Screen Society.
Dave Scammell, CEO, Sohonet said: "This is a very exciting time for Sohonet. We are significantly extending our expertise beyond our renowned Sohonet Media Network to include a range of specialist, media-aware Infrastructure-as-a-Service offerings, and Chuck Parker is the ideal person to keep us on track to achieve our ambitious objectives. Chuck is highly regarded as an innovative and particularly engaging industry leader and we are truly delighted to have him on board to help us take full advantage of increasing global demand for our solutions and services."
Sohonet recently launched the first dedicated storage service for the media and entertainment industry, the Sohonet Media Storage. The company also announced the expansion of its Sohonet Media Network to Singapore - an ideal launch point for Sohonet to extend into greater Asia.
"Sohonet is a highly ambitious company at the leading edge of change and is perfectly positioned to capitalize on the media industry's continuing demand for better, more secure solutions to manage its valuable and ever-increasing digital assets. The company is the recognized global leader in network services for the media and entertainment industry with its renowned Sohonet Media Network. Sohonet has listened very carefully to its customers to develop a range of flexible, cost-effective services that will effectively help media companies meet the many challenges of a demanding digital world and I look forward to working with the board to significantly increase Sohonet's footprint on the global stage," said Parker.
About Sohonet - www.sohonet.com
Sohonet is a leading global expert in connectivity and data management services for the media and entertainment industry. Fully independent, with over 15 years media expertise, Sohonet offers a range of connectivity, data management, storage and compute solutions that enable clients to manage store and transfer valuable and critical content quickly, securely and effectively - all backed up by unrivalled technical support. Our Sohonet Media Network is the largest and most established private, high-performance network for the media industry connecting the leading studios, production and post-production facilities across the globe.
Sohonet continues to forge strong partnerships within the broadcast and film industry, supporting organizations such as the British Film Institute (BFI), SIGGRAPH, VES Awards and the Director's Guild Trust and Director's Guild of Great Britain. Its QC Solution plays an integral part in the complicated submission process for both the VES Awards and SIGGRAPH Awards for the past four years.
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Los Angeles, CA — Shotgun Software’s web-based production management platform, Shotgun, kept Paris-based animation studio Illumination Mac Guff on track for the 3D summer family film and last weekend’s box office topper, Despicable Me 2. Flexible and scalable, Shotgun was first installed at the studio in 2007, and has become more deeply integrated into Illumination Mac Guff’s pipeline with each new project.
“The development cycle for any animated film can run up to four years, and managing our productions on Shotgun helps reduce this time by more than half,” explained Etienne Pecheux, Supervising Technical Director, Illumination Mac Guff. “Shotgun also helps create a real synergy between artists, team leaders and producers. It centralizes all data, which eliminates discrepancies between production reports, and makes it easy to arrange reports any way we need, with different levels of detail depending on scope.”
For Despicable Me 2, Illumination Mac Guff worked with more than 400 artists, 50 team leaders, 25 managers and 30 technical crewmembers. Shotgun provided users instant access to critical project data in real time from any location. During production, each movie or frame sequence published on the internal asset manager was automatically transferred to Shotgun where the content could be viewed via Tweak Software’s RV playback and review system. Illumination Mac Guff also fed Shotgun statistics on render times, which helped detect abnormally long renders and anticipate a re-allocation of render power based on weekly quotas. Having leveraged Shotgun for Despicable Me (2010) and The Lorax (2012), Illumination Mac Guff has also developed about 20 custom Apps around Shotgun to date, from simple Linux line commands to a complex timesheet system.
“Shotgun is a very open production tracking system. Without it, we wouldn’t have been able to track all we needed for three features films,” Pecheux said. “Moreover, we would have lost a tremendous amount of time gathering information for debriefing reports. Today, we have accurate statistics on almost any part of the pipeline, and can anticipate costs and durations very precisely. The simplicity of the API and the core engine behind the UI also make coding dedicated tools very easy.”
For each new feature film project, Illumination Mac Guff sets up a separate Shotgun database to control administrative settings and manage access and control of users at various levels of the production. Prior to deploying Shotgun, Illumination Mac Guff’s projects were managed with a smattering of homemade databases and Excel sheets.
“When Shotgun demoed at our studio, it was obvious that these guys came from production and faced the same problems we did, and that they found the proper answer to each question,” noted Pecheux. “Shotgun stores data in a very simple set of tables and makes it easy to access data through a viewer that you can configure almost any way you like. For our studio, Shotgun made it possible to get global reports as well as detailed views. It definitely changed the way producers and artists work here.”
Shotgun CEO Don Parker said, “Collaborating with the team at Illumination Mac Guff has been incredible and inspiring. We’ve worked very closely with them for years in the evolution of their studio and pipeline, and watching their growth and astounding success has been a thrill. Shotgun is designed to alleviate production tedium and maximize efficiencies so when customers really harness its potential, that’s a big win in our book.”
Featuring the voices of Steve Carell, Kirstin Wiig and Russell Brand, Despicable Me 2 was released in theaters July 3, 2013 by Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment.
About Shotgun Software
Shotgun Software was founded in January 2006 by a group of visual effects professionals to build production tracking and pipeline solutions. The founding members worked together on a major studio animated feature, and are developing Shotgun to fill the mounting industry need for a commercially viable system for managing complex projects spread across multiple locations. Shotgun is actively developing the system with more than 300 industry studios including Digital Domain, Double Negative, Framestore, Rainmaker, Playstation, Blizzard, Zoic Studios, Dr. D, and Laika. For more information, and an online demonstration, visit www.shotgunsoftware.com.
“Despicable Me 2” still courtesy of Universal Pictures. © 2012 Universal Studios
London, UK – Filmmaking pioneer Douglas Trumbull recently used Codex recording technology in the production of UFOTOG, the world’s first high-frame rate (120 fps), stereoscopic 3D film. Trumbull and his production team at Trumbull Studios employed Codex Onboard S Recorders to capture 4K raw data from a pair of Canon C500 cameras, each shooting at 60 fps. The project, which is currently in post production, is designed to demonstrate the potential of high frame rate imagery and Trumbull’s vision for a new form of immersive cinematic entertainment.
Clear-Com Introduces ICON Connectivity Solutions for Extending Intercom Systems Locally and Globally
ALAMEDA, CA, JULY 10, 2013 — Clear-Com® today introduced the ICON Connectivity Solutions, a collection of communications products that link local or geographically distributed intercom systems over Ethernet/IP networks and/or optical fiber. ICON Solutions, which stands for “Intercom CONnectivity Solutions,” provides reliable and secure connections, delivers high performance on common infrastructures and is cost-effective for scalable multi-system networks.
“With today’s productions becoming more decentralized across multiple locations, the ability to link disparate communications systems and extend access of voice communications is highly critical,” said Simon Browne, Director of Product Management, Clear-Com. “Whether working in separate buildings within the same vicinity or in different cities across the country or around the world, teams must still be able to communicate seamlessly and in real time over one integrated infrastructure. This has been a growing challenge among our customers with large facilities, multi-site campuses, and/or remote sites in many different markets.”
Browne continued, “We are pleased to offer a full range of connectivity solutions to address a variety of application needs. With the ability to interface with any Clear-Com and third-party intercom systems, ICON Solutions facilitate flexible, secure, and cost-effective local and global intercom deployments.”
ICON Connectivity Solutions consists of communications products that operate over Ethernet/IP networks and/or optical fiber links. All ICON solutions maintain high audio quality and system performance. They work well with existing infrastructure and are adaptable to existing network quality and bandwidth. Network connections are secure and tolerant of outages. ICON Solutions include, but not limited to:
• VoICE2 — 4-channel Ethernet/ IP Interface for extending intercom audio communications or 4-wire audio to remote sites over IP networks (LAN, WAN, Internet). It features low latency over LAN and WAN, ease of setup, automatic network adaptive CODECs and a selection of CODECs with varying audio qualities.
• Concert-Server — Ideal solution for operating over IT networks, the Concert-server offers 144 channels of virtual intercom and/or 4-wire audio over Ethernet/IP. It provides highly secure connections and low latency over LAN and WAN systems. The Concert-server is equipped with 8 x 4-wire I/O audio ports and is pre-loaded with Concert-server software. It includes a breakout harness to 16 XLRs (8 x I/O).
• X6R-FX-INTERCOM and V3R-FX-INTERCOM — Designed for Optical fiber rings, the Optocore 8 Port (4 port on the V3R) Clear-Com Intercom interfaces offer transport of intercom audio and control data. Each device includes two redundant LAN network ports and two SANE CAT5 ports and Optocore LC Fiber interface. It offers a simple RJ-45 connection for matrix and for user panels and any 4-wire audio I/O.
• FIM-202D — Ideal for systems with local and secure connections, this 2-channel fiber interface extends Clear-Com matrix intercom to Clear-Com key-panels or 2 x 4-wire audio to remote sites. (Dual fiber required). The FIM-202D features a throw-down design for ease of deployment, high audio bandwidth and very low latency.
• Eclipse-HX Matrices — High performance matrix system frames offer up to 64 nodes of connectivity via E-Fib, fiber interface card. The matrices can intelligently trunk by means of 4-wire, E1, T1, MADI and Ethernet/ IP with low latency over LAN and WAN networks.
Clear-Com, an HME company, is a global provider in professional voice communications systems since 1968. We develop and market proven intercom technologies such as Analog & Digital Partyline, Digital Matrix, Wireless and Intercom-over-IP systems for critical communication applications in broadcast, performance venues, military, government and enterprise markets. Recognized for our legacy of intercom innovations, production teams around the world have come to depend on Clear-Com for clear, reliable and scalable communications solutions. For more information, please visit www.clearcom.com.
Nashville, TN, July 10, 2013 – Leading digital audio manufacturer Antelope Audio will be showcasing its groundbreaking new Orion32 interface at the Summer NAMM show between this Thursday and Saturday at booth 925. This year, the Summer NAMM show, which is being held at the new Music City Center for the first time, is expected to draw over 10,000 visitors from almost 30 countries.
Demonstrations at the Antelope Audio booth will feature the Orion32 being used in conjunction with a Rupert Neve Designs 5059 summing mixer and a pair of Chris Pelonis monitors. Antelope will also have its Isochrone 10M master clock on display, which is a staple in many of the top mastering, recording and post-production facilities around the world.
With no less than 32 channels at the output stage in a single rack space, the Orion32 is becoming very popular for use with summing mixers, including the Rupert Neve Designs 5059. Such a combination can result in increased fidelity, leading to detailed mixes that feature greater dimension.
At a price point of just $2,995, the Orion32 is finding its way into both commercial and project studios given its flexible I/O capabilities, high channel count and built in master clocking capabilities. Its custom-built USB chip supports 32 channels of 192 kHz I/O and works with any USB-enabled DAW or computer. The converter also provides 32 channels of 96 kHz audio through its fiber optic MADI I/O connections, making it ideal for use in live sound environments, and for use in remote recording applications.
“The Orion32 is a perfect complement to almost any studio environment or mobile recording setup,” commented Marcel James, Director of Sales and Marketing, Antelope Audio U.S. “This year at Summer NAMM, we will be demonstrating how the Orion32 can dramatically increase the quality of a mix when used in conjunction with a high end summing mixer, such as the Rupert Neve Designs 5059.”
The Orion 32, which generates very little heat and consumers just 20watts, is housed in a single 1U rack space and requires no internal fan. Its flexible routing capabilities support simultaneous signals over both USB and MADI, and are all managed through a simple-to-use desktop application included with the device.
About Antelope Audio
The digital audio world leader, Antelope Audio is the brainchild of Igor Levin who has more than a 20-year experience and a number of innovations in digital audio and synchronization technology. The company is widely acknowledged as the leading manufacturer of audio master clocks.
In 2009 Antelope Audio launched its product line of high-resolution USB D/A converters, being among the pioneers designing a 384 kHz DAC. Antelope’s DACs employ their renowned 64-bit clocking and jitter management technologies and custom-designed circuits, achieving unprecedented precision and sound clarity.
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New Semi-Procedural Locomotion System, Stage Assembly and Lighting App, and Plug-and-Play Development Framework on Display in Booth #737
Montreal, Canada – (July 10, 2013) – Custom development and R&D lies at the heart of every new production, and it’s costing studios a fortune. At SIGGRAPH 2013, Fabric Engine is demoing new products that will bring the time, energy and financial costs often associated with this process under control. Whether it’s unleashing multi-threaded performance inside packages like Maya and Nuke for technical directors (Creation: Splice) or showing off a new procedural locomotion system for crowds and characters (Creation: Horde), booth #737 (with Shotgun Software) is where the future of content creation tools become a reality.
Throughout the show, Fabric Engine will be also giving a sneak preview of Creation: Stage, a high-performance scene assembly, lighting and shader authoring system that was developed with Creation Platform. Every day, the team will demonstrate how it works seamlessly with Shotgun’s asset management technology.
User group events will be held on July 23 and July 24 in room 213a. Tuesday’s event begins at 10 a.m. and will cover Creation: Splice, while Wednesday’s event will give an in-depth look at Creation Platform, starting at 4:30 p.m. and will include presentations from Hybride and MPC on their use of Fabric Engine’s technology.
Creation: Horde curiosity can also be satisfied at a Fabric Engine tech talk that will show off how its powerful and interactive UI works wonders for small to medium-sized VFX crowd shots. Starting at 5:30 p.m. in Hall A, Phil Taylor, CTO of Fabric Engine will lead attendees through demos before ending with a short Q&A. Full details can be found here.
To schedule a meeting with Fabric Engine during SIGGRAPH 2013, please contact email@example.com.
If you are interested in learning more about Fabric Engine, make sure to visit their website.
Creation Platform is a framework for building custom tools and applications for production pipelines. It is designed to be accessible to technical directors familiar with Python and Qt, as well as programmers that are looking for ways to properly leverage the power of modern hardware in their tools. Used as a base for creating professional 2D and 3D apps, Creation Platform provides a high-performance foundation for building a wide range of applications – including animation tools, image and video processing, real-time rendering, motion capture processing, simulation and much more.
About Fabric Engine, Inc.
Fabric Engine is a software engineering company founded in 2010 in Montreal, Canada by a group of well-known developers from Softimage and Autodesk. Known for their work on CAT and ICE, the team has a collective expertise in parallel computing, hardware optimization, software architecture, design, animation, rendering and production workflows. They are now applying their collective experience to Fabric Engine and its Creation Platform. Fabric Engine is funded by Real Ventures and is a strategic partner of AMD. For more information, visit: www.fabricengine.com.
Quality, substance and value: audio specialist Sennheiser developed the MOMENTUM headphones for people who prize these properties – and who refuse to compromise on sound or design. Equipped with high-quality audio technology and finished with the finest materials, the MOMENTUM unites form and function like no other headphones. Now Sennheiser is introducing the MOMENTUM On-Ear. This smaller, on-ear version makes it possible to define your personal style with a range of contemporary colors.
The MOMENTUM On-Ear is a new addition to the MOMENTUM family, adding a dash of color to the Sennheiser product range. The headphones are available in four fresh shades – distinct looks selected by an international team of designers and trend scouts. In blue, green, pink and ivory, their perfect combination of sound and style is every bit as impressive as the rest of the MOMENTUM range.
Katrin Huss, Director of Customer Relationship Management at Sennheiser comments: “The new MOMENTUM On-Ear embodies an urban style that’s focused on high performance and the finest materials – on style and substance. They are the perfect choice for those who demand top quality and want to express this through their own personal style.”
High-quality audio technology and the finest materials
The MOMENTUM On-Ear headphones stand out for their minimalist design, but also for the tangibly high quality of their materials and workmanship. The ear pads and headband have been finished in Alcantara®, a high-tech material produced in Italy. As a result of its unique combination of suppleness, durability and breathable comfort, this luxury material is valued by fashion designers and interior designers alike. As with all other models in the MOMENTUM family, the headband of the MOMENTUM On-Ear is made of stainless steel.
The sound of these headphones is also clear and uncompromising, creating a sound experience in which even the tiniest details can be heard. Equipped with high-end 18-ohm transducers, MOMENTUM On-Ear guarantees full stereo sound with a slight bass emphasis in a frequency range from 16 to 22,000 Hz. Thanks to their closed, on-ear design, these headphones isolate the listener from external noise to ensure a great listening experience on the move – even in noisy urban environments.
Perfection in every detail
MOMENTUM On-Ear headphones feature a single-sided detachable cable with convenient in-line remote and microphone for Apple iDevices, for easy control of music playback and to make and receive calls on the go.
The new member of the MOMENTUM family is available in the colors blue, green, pink and ivory at selected retailers from summer 2013.
For more information on the MOMENTUM On-Ear, please visit www.sennheiserusa.com/momentum-on-ear
Sennheiser is a world-leading manufacturer of microphones, headphones and wireless transmission systems. Established in 1945 in Wedemark, Germany, Sennheiser is now a global brand represented in 60 countries around the world with U.S. headquarters in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Sennheiser’s pioneering excellence in technology has rewarded the company with numerous awards and accolades including an Emmy, a Grammy, and the Scientific and Engineering Award of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
You can find all the latest information on Sennheiser by visiting our website at http://www.sennheiserusa.com.
Christie MicroTiles Illuminate Reception at Opening of Interactive Media Building at the USC School of Cinematic Arts
Christie®, a global leader in advanced cinema technologies and visual display solutions, recently showcased its Christie® MicroTiles® at the opening of the new Interactive Media Building at the University of Southern California (USC) School of Cinematic Arts (SCA). Christie is partnering with USC to provide students and faculty with access to the latest in visual technologies.
A gala reception was followed by an open house where attendees, comprised mostly of game and tech-industry executives, as well as faculty of SCA and friends of USC, could observe and interact with different programs and content being developed for new entertainment and educational projects. Content for the 30 Christie MicroTiles was provided by USC School of Cinematic Arts.
The reception was also followed by a panel discussion on “The Future of Entertainment,” featuring George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Don Mattrick of Microsoft, and was moderated by Julia Boorstin of CNBC. The panelists discussed current technology shifts/trends with emerging medias and outlined where they believe the entertainment industry is headed in the future.
The SCA Interactive Media Building will house programs that include the Interactive Media & Games Division, the Media Arts + Practice Bachelor’s and Doctoral Programs, and the Institute for Multimedia. It will also house leading edge R & D labs, such as Game Innovation, Mixed Reality, and Environmental Media Lab. The building features all of the most advanced digital technology including 4K digital projection, game testing rooms, and multitouch screens.
“At the USC School of Cinematic Arts we always want our students to have access to technologies that will improve their ability to tell exciting stories and the Christie MicroTiles solution literally allows them to expand their vision,” said the School’s Dean Elizabeth M. Daley. “This is the kind of technology that seamlessly supports the best narrative storytelling, and the visual displays are just stunning.”
“We’re delighted to support the School with our proven Christie MicroTiles solution, built on DLP® technology, and used around the globe in many visual display applications,” said Jack Kline, President and CEO of Christie Digital Systems USA. “Christie MicroTiles are ideal for a wide range of demanding applications, including architectural elements, out-of-home advertising, command and control video walls, and event production, so we look forward to the content that the students will create to exploit the many features of our award-winning technology.”
Using the strengths of both DLP® projection and Light Emitting Diode (LED) illumination technology, Christie MicroTiles offer substantially brighter images and a much wider color palette than conventional flat panel LCD and plasma displays. With no practical limit to the number of tiles in a display, Christie MicroTiles produce a virtually seamless canvas, arranged in any shape or scale, with an unlimited number of super-fine pixels.
Church Relies on d:fine Headsets and 4098H Hanging Mics for
Live Streaming and Recording of Sermons and Worship Performances
ALISO VIEJO, CA, JULY 10, 2013 – As production technology grows more sophisticated, the audio crew members at Coast Hills Community Church are finding themselves increasingly responsible for streaming productions live to the Internet or recording them to DVD. In order to deliver high-quality audio in these scenarios, the church relies on DPA Microphones’ d:fine™ Headset Microphones and several DPA 4098H Hanging Supercardioid Microphones.
Designed to function much like a traditional performing arts center, Coast Hills Community Church is housed in a nearly square building with seating for 1,300 worshippers. The sanctuary has undergone minimal acoustical treatments and exhibits a lot of natural reflection, making intelligibility of the spoken word an issue. With the front-of-house production setup situated on a balcony above and behind the parishioners, mixing and equalizing can also be a challenge. To cope with these factors, Mike Sessler, the church’s technical arts director, employs the d:fine headset microphones. The d:fine mics ensure that Coast Hills Senior Pastor Ken Baugh always sounds natural, without producing any feedback.
The microphone requires little-to-no EQ, allowing Sessler to concentrate on other aspects of recording the sermons, such as mixing. While the audio can be improved in post production, if the EQ input is perfect right from the beginning, the resulting audio will sound much better.
“Baugh has a very distinct voice that is difficult to mic and still sound good,” explains Sessler. “Previously, we had to balance a lot of EQ to make him sound acceptable. With the DPA d:fines, we use very little EQ to produce his natural voice. He sounds like him, not like a processed, analyzed version of himself.”
The placement of the microphone also has an important effect on audio, making it critical to find the right position. Even slight changes to the angle or location of a microphone can result in sound that is less than harmonious. The DPA d:fine headset features a miniature capsule that allows Sessler to position the microphone on Baugh in a spot that produces the biggest sound without losing clarity. The miniature capsule also keeps the microphone discreet, making Baugh’s voice sound loud and clear without making it look like he is wearing the mic.
“That is what I love about DPA mics,” says Sessler. “You can just put them up, or on, in the case of the d:fine, and you don’t have to do a lot of work on them. They just make the sound you’re trying to amplify louder. The d:fine is comfortable and sounds great without my having to do a lot of work. I am confident that I can hand Baugh the mic and that it will go in the same place every time.”
Duke DeJeong, church relations director for DPA dealer CCI Solutions, which often works with Coast Hills, says that the most critical microphone for any service is the one the pastor wears. “As 60 percent of the service is focused on his spoken word, it is definitely not the mic to skimp on,” he notes. “The DPA d:fine ends up in the right place every time, so there are never any gain before feedback issues, and the sound is natural, loud and clear. In the end, it is one of the best microphones out there to use for services, especially those that are being recorded.”
While the pastor should be outfitted with the highest-quality microphone during a service, Sessler knows that other audio elements must be attended to as well. For the recordings, he relies on several DPA 4098H Hanging Supercardioid Microphones to capture the live sound of the congregation for a variety of church functions, including baptisms and large-scale musical performances. These mics are positioned over the house to provide live ambient sound back to the musicians’ in-ear monitors, and also near the choir and musicians for both live performances and recordings. As with the d:fine, the 4098H provides the clear, natural sound important to capturing a musical performance.
“DPA Microphones has earned a reputation for exceptional clarity, high resolution and, above all, pure, uncolored and accurate sound,” concludes Sessler. “Whether recording or producing sound reinforcement for theatrical or broadcast productions, DPA’s microphones have become the choice of professionals who demand sonic excellence.”
The church also relies on the DPA’s d:vote 4099 Instrument Microphones to pick up audio from its worship band.
Coast Hills Community Church grew out of a bible study led by Founding Pastor Denny Bellesi and his wife Leesa in their living room in 1985. As the church’s popularity grew, Dana Hills High School became the congregation’s first official meeting place. When the church grew to more than 400 families, it sought more space. In 1993, the congregation moved into a brand-new building in Aliso Viejo, California, where the congregation still worships today. Well-known for its weekend services featuring solid bible teaching and passionate singing, Coast Hills Community Church has drawn more than 3,000 families to its congregation.
DPA Microphones A/S is the leading Danish Professional Audio manufacturer of high quality condenser microphones and microphone solutions for professional applications in studio, broadcast, theatre, video/film and sound reinforcement environments. All DPA microphones and components are manufactured at the company’s purpose-built factory in Denmark.
For more information on DPA Microphones, please visit www.dpamicrophones.com.