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Adlib panics at the disco

Murray Stassen 23 May 2014
Adlib panics at the disco

Las Vegas-based rockers Panic! At The Disco took a Coda Audio sound system from Adlib into their three recent UK shows at Manchester O2 Apollo, London’s Hammersmith Apollo and Wolverhampton Civic Hall. Adlib worked with the band for the first time in 2006.

In its largest configuration, the left and right hangs comprised 12 Coda Airline LA12s per side with three Coda SC3 15 inch low-frequency extension boxes flown at the top of each array.

Six Coda SCP-F sensor controlled two 18” subs were also ground stacked on each side. All the speakers were driven by Coda’s C10 amps and processed via one of Adlib’s standard Lake LM 26 / LM44 racks, Dante enabled with a fibre backbone.

Adlib’s PA technician George Puttock, explains: Coda is really one of the top systems available right now in my opinion. It is ahead of all the other brands in terms of technology as well as delivering a fantastically solid ‘real’ sound that throws an exceptionally long way due to the flat waveform emitted by the advanced driver technology”.

Adlib account manager Phil Kielty, comments: “It was a real pleasure for Adlib to work with Panic! At The Disco again. Eight years is a long relationship in this industry at the moment and we are really proud to still be involved with the band. There is a real family atmosphere amidst the crew, we all got along so well & strived to get the very best results live for the band. The show is really energetic and sounded amazing through the Coda system. It looked really cool as well, so there were lots of very happy people!”

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