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this was the highlight of the booth. Version 2.14 is the next major release of the powerful LED control software Madrix, and it was officially introduced at Prolight+Sound. The update includes four new prime features as well as various other improvements. All of which users can get for free. Madrix 2.14 is now available for download from the company’s website. Martin Audio made its groundbreaking Multi-cellular Loudspeaker Array technology available to a wider range of touring and installed sound applications, in a smaller and lighter version, with the release of the new MLA Compact. Martin Professional launched 12 new products including the world premiere launch of a new breed of moving head, the MAC Viper family. Also on display will be new moving heads in Martin’s popular MAC III family, an all-new VC series of creative LED video solutions, new portable lighting controllers in the M-Series, and a new compact hazer in Martin’s Jem family. The 2012 show marked the 20th anniversary of MDG’s appointment of Cast C.Adolph & RST Distribution GmbH as its distributor for Germany, Switzerland and Austria. MDG displayed the latest version of its revolutionary dual mode digital atmospheric generator, theONE complete with its highly adaptable touring cradle, a range of Atmosphere Haze generators, the MAX maximum output fog genera- tors and the ICE FOG Q low fog generator. Meyer Sound announced the 1100-LFC low-frequency control element, a new self-powered loudspeaker defined by its sonic linearity in reproducing the operat- ing range of 28Hz to 100Hz. The ultra low distortion, coupled with exceptional headroom and optimised rigging options, makes the 1100-LFC a flexible tool for low-end directional applications for large-scale tours and installations. Midas launched the XL48 ‘digi-log’ mic preamp. The XL48, which packs eight Midas XL4 mic pres into a 1U box, brings the much-loved classic Midas mic preamp sound within the reach of live sound engineers everywhere. Midas was also delighted to announce the launch of Generation-ll software for all Midas digital consoles. Products highlighted on the Milos stand included x.Truss, the MT05 tower system, OV50 ramps, crowd barriers, staging and roofing systems, the T12 modular con- nection system and a water tank. They are considered as the elite among wireless microphone systems, Neumann capsule heads combined with Sennheiser handheld transmitters. For the first time Neumann presented the capsule heads KK 204 (cardioid) and KK 205 (supercar- dioid) for the Sennheiser 2000 Series wireless system.


5 1. The Robe team. 2. The SGM stand. 3. Margie Ulm (right) of Renkus-Heinz with colleague. 4. Nils Quak of Riedel. 5. Vari-Lite’s George Masek and Bob Schacherl.


The show marked the first sighting of Nexo’s new STM Series of high-specification loudspeaker cabinets. An STM system can be configured at will from four discrete loudspeaker elements; M46 main, B112 bass, S118 subbass and M28 ‘omni’ fill modules. The STM cabinets can be paired with the Nexo Universal Amp Rack, or NUAR, which contains plug-and-play digital patches, real-time system monitoring and control network functionality in addition to two NXAMP4x4s. Optocore displayed its latest niche networking products and OEM solutions as well as officially launching the new BroaMan enterprise, conceived by Optocore founder Marc Brunke. BroaMan (Broadcast Manufacture GmbH) has been set up in order to apply Optocore’s world-leading network technology to the broadcast and video post-production industries. Outline unveiled five new high performance subwoofers including the GTO-Sub passive subwoofer, the FlySub 15 iMode and the FlySub 15, the DBS 18-2 and the DBS 18-2 iMode, and the Eidos 108 S. Peavey’s commercial audio division supplied all the audio for the Agora Stage, from the mixing desks to front-of-house PA and monitoring system. The equip- ment used included the Peavey Versarray 212 powered by Crest Pro amplifiers and controlled using the companies Media Matrix technology. LED screen manufacturer Pixled showcased its brand new Pixled F-10 i/o multi- purpose product. This latest innovation from Pixled is a truly ‘all-round’ 10.4mm pitch screen surface populated with 3-in-1 SMD chips that can be used indoors, outdoors or be rigged horizontally - and covered - to become a dynamic dancefloor and under-floor or stage effect. “Investing in people, expanding the Italian Headquarters, constant innovation in products and partnerships with universities and research institutes, focus on marketing and customer care.” These are some of the key words highlighted by Carlo Lastrucci, President of Powersoft during Prolight + Sound. The PL+S week in Frankfurt represented an excellent venue from which to announce the essence of the company. This year’s exhibition was the first time that PR Lighting and Focon had combined their booth. The display was headed by the new fully-featured flagship PR-5000 range (comprising Spot, Wash and Beam), with 1,500W discharge lamps. These lined up alongside other recently released LED Spot moving heads (LED Spot 400, LED Beam 400, LED Spot 200 and LED Beam 200) in a real tour de force. Highlights on the Prolyte stand included the H40r truss, H20LB truss and Prerig- truss. Each of which is designed and based on the Prolyte product philosophy of creating products that work for its customers. Furthermore there was a sneak


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