ABTT: The show will go on with Nemesis

Orbital Sound to unveil its latest distribution line at the London theatre show.
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Orbital Sound to unveil its latest distribution line at the London theatre show.

Orbital Sound is unveiling its new Nemesis distribution line on stand 74 at the ABTT Theatre Show.

Designed to address the requirements of the theatre and live entertainment environments, the Nemesis hardware range comprises “the core components required to achieve seamlessly integrated performances with the ultimate degree of control”.

At the heart of the Nemesis line-up is the CCS-2 computer control switch, designed to allow two computer systems to share a keyboard, mouse, monitor, distribution of GPI data and MIDI messages.

The full Nemesis line-up also includes the AD16-SW 16-channel ADAT switch; UMT-2D converter; DMXVF video fader unit; PC-PRO multi-track recorder; and RS8-M eight-way radio.

Orbital says the Nemesis range was created “to address a specific gap in the market for powerful, reliable and flexible show control and audio playback solutions,” adding: “With Nemesis behind the scenes, the objective is to ensure that the show will go on – without unwanted interruptions and with the ultimate degree of control.”

Orbital Sound will be showcasing its entire range at ABTT, including products by Flare Audio, d&b audiotechnik, HME, Clear-Com, CSC and TheatrePro.

The ABTT Theatre Show, organised by the Association of British Theatre Technicians, takes place at the Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London, on 11–12 June.



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