RCF spec for Project Fukushima

RCF provided sound reinforcement for the main and secondary stages at the first edition of arts/music festival Project Fukushima, which featured performances from Otomo Yoshihide and Ryuichi Sakamoto.
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RCF provided sound reinforcement for the main and secondary stages at the first edition of arts/music festival Project Fukushima, which featured performances from Otomo Yoshihide and Ryuichi Sakamoto.

The new event acknowledges the difficulties endured by the people of Fukushima following the recent accident at the local nuclear power plant, and is designed to provide an expression of support and determination in the face of continuing adversity.

The RCF loudspeaker spec for the main stage included 8 x TTL55-A, 4 x TTL36-AS, 2 x TT22-A, 2 x ART905-AS, 2 x ART410-A, 4 x NX10-SMA, and 4 x NX12-SMA. On a secondary stage, 8 x NXL23-A, 8 x NXS21-A, 2 x ART525-A and 2 x ART310-A were deployed.

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