Roland M-300 for new music centre launch

Harmony Audio Visual chose the Roland M-300 digital console and S-1608 digital snake for the launch of the new £3.2 million (€4 million) Monkton Senior School Music Centre in Bath, UK.
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Harmony Audio Visual chose the Roland M-300 digital console and S-1608 digital snake for the launch of the new £3.2 million (€4 million) Monkton Senior School Music Centre in Bath, UK. Stars of the music world, including musician and songwriter Richard Stilgoe OBE and Julian Colbeck, joined highly acclaimed opera singer Dame Felicity Lott DBE for the official opening of the new music centre. Somerset-based Harmony Audio Visual took charge of the event production which involved a live stage setup and FOH in the main auditorium, relayed to the overflow audience in the chapel 100 metres away. The challenge was to consistently transmit both the sound and vision without sync issues, time delay or any discernible loss of quality. Both the M-300 console and the S-1608 were connected using CAT5 – saving time on the set up, providing a discrete cable solution and keeping the costs down. ‘The sound quality and ease of use were great and we were able to pick up the menu options (of the M-300) quickly and from a financial point of view, the M-300 made sense. Roland will be Harmony’s digital desk of choice for the years to come,” commented Chris Irwin, director of Harmony Audio Visual. www.harmonyaudiovisual.comwww.rolandsystemsgroup.co.uk

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