Turbosound specified for Liverpool's East Village Arts Club

Independent live music business MAMA & Company worked alongside UK pro-audio supplier Dimension Audio to specify Turbosound for the venue’s three defined spaces, which each required individual approaches.
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Liverpool’s newly launched East Village Arts Club has been equipped with an array of Turbosound’s high end loudspeakers as part of a £1.5m (€1.78m) refurbishment. Independent live music business MAMA & Company – which already runs venues such as the Jazz Cafe in London and The Ritz in Manchester, as well as the Global Gathering, Lovebox, and Wilderness festivals – worked alongside UK pro-audio supplier Dimension Audio to specify Turbosound for the venue’s three defined spaces, which each required individual approaches. “The main theatre room is predominantly a live performance space, so the requirement was for a system that could deliver clean, dynamic, high SPL output while minimising sightline intrusions which are already affected by the room’s two large central pillars,” said Turbosound’s Paul McMullan. “For this permanent installation Andy Laurie of Dimension Audio opted for the contracting series TCS-1061 – a permanent install version of the touring 3-way Flex Array line arrays, with low end reinforcement provided by the ubiquitous and ever popular TSW-218 double 18” folded horns. “The Mama Group and Dimension Audio have a long standing and successful relationship with Turbosound,” continued McMullan. “With the wide range of products available and expertise at hand Turbosound provides an excellent one-stop-shop for loudspeaker systems. (Dimension Audio project manager) Andy Laurie and I have a great long standing working relationship which really became apparent throughout the project.” “We’ve had a very positive response from audiences at club nights,” comments venue manager Georgia Hock. “Everyone loves the sound, and gig-wise as well the loft room sounds fantastic!” www.turbosound.com

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