Allen & Heath GLD-80 installed in London’s Oval Space

LMC Audio supplied the new digital console, which was recently deployed for the highly anticipated launch of Atoms For Peace’s album Amok, led by Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke.
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Oval Space, a multi-use arts and events venue in East London, has recently invested in an Allen & Heath GLD-80 digital console, supplied by LMC Audio London. The venue recently hosted the highly anticipated launch of Atoms For Peace’s album Amok, led by Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke, for which the GLD was deployed. Mick Brown, tour manager for Atoms For Peace, commented: “When advancing the Atoms For Peace DJ show at Oval Space, the first thing I mentioned to our sound engineer, Mikko Gordon, was that he might prefer a more modern mixing desk for our show.  “The small foot print was also important as the Atoms For Peace show was going to be a well- attended show so any space we could save at FOH was going to be very important.” Sam Simon-Norris (pictured, right), technical sales at LMC Audio London, who attended the Atoms For Peace show, added: “Like any venue moving from analogue to digital, I’m sure the GLD’s fast-paced interface and copy and paste functions are a welcome timesaving tool. It was a treat to get down and see Dom, the desk and the whole team in action, in what looks to become a very successful venue.” Commenting on the service he has received from LMC, Dominic Gross (pictured, left), head engineer at Oval Space said, “LMC have been great in all aspects. From arranging multiple demos, to even attending and instructing at an event, the service has been flawless.” www.allen-heath.comwww.lmcaudio.co.ukwww.ovalspace.co.uk

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