Genesis Technologies Designs all-VUE Upgrade for Binnerri Presbyterian Church

Located in the Dallas suburb of Richardson, Binnerri Presbyterian Church is one of the oldest and largest Korean American Churches in Texas. Hosting three services every Sunday, the day begins with a more traditional format that includes choir and mostly spoken word, and then concludes with a youth-oriented gathering complete with guitar, bass, and drums.
Recently the church’s aging sanctuary underwent a major remodeling that included a full redo of the audio, video lighting systems. Designed and installed by Auburn, Virginia-based Genesis Technology, the new, fully modern AV system is centered around VUE’s al-4 Subcompact Line Array System.

VUE Mints Iconic Live Venue Installation in Los Angeles

When Todd Christiansen, owner of the legendary Los Angeles Mint Club, set out to retrofit the venue’s 20-year-old sound system, he had two main objectives. First, he wanted to enhance sightlines in the low-ceilinged 1937-era building, and second, he was looking for a state of the art system befitting of a club that’s hosted some of music’s greatest performers, including Stevie Wonder, Willie Dixon, Natalie Cole and Ray Charles; as well as more contemporary acts such as Ben Harper, Macy Gray, and The Wallflowers.

VUE Expands al-12 Line Array with Flyable Subwoofer

Designed for seamless integration with VUE’s flagship line array, the al-12SB dramatically expands the al-12’s versatility by delivering powerful and well-defined low-frequency reproduction to below 35 Hz. The al-12SB’s flyable enclosure features versatile rigging options for suspension above or behind al-12 arrays in a variety of configurations, including cardioid arrangements. The al-12SB can also function as the base of a ground-stacked al-12 array, or as a stand-alone subwoofer array in a variety of flown or ground-stacked configurations.

h-Class Additions Extend Ultra Premium Performance Product Line 

VUE Audiotechnik will use this week’s NAMM show in Anaheim to show off two new models in its premium h-Class family of high definition powered systems. The hm-108A is a precision slant stage monitor packing the full arsenal of VUE’s most advanced technologies into a compact, fidelity-first monitoring system. Also new is the h-8N, a narrow dispersion sibling to VUE’s h-8, the most popular model in VUE’s h-Class family.

VUE Wraps the Italian Summer Festival Season at Indiegeno

According to Sinergie’s Livio Spallino, the festival was a great example of how VUE provides Sinergie with a competitive edge, and has helped make them the go-to sound company on the Italian music festival circuit. “The Indiegeno Festival was essentially 6 live venues packaged into one festival. With each new day we had to design a system with diffusion suitable for particular circumstances ranging from squares in ancient villages to nature reserves and beaches. Thanks to Sinergie’s Rosario “Saro” Tinè as the Festival’s resident FOH engineer, and the flexibility and sonic character of VUE’s Continuous Source Topology, we were able to configure systems that delivered each and every night. With VUE in our arsenal, we know we can take on these sorts of complex projects and exceed client, and audience, expectations every single time.”

VUE Rings in New Year With Three New Hires As Part of Ongoing Expansion

VUE adds talent to domestic team in loudspeaker design and account management; George Dreyer, Jon Garner, Brandon Rinas
On the heels of a record-setting 2017 and it’s largest U.S. national tour, VUE today announced that a new senior product engineer, George Dreyer, and two additional sales representatives, Jon Garner and Brandon Rinas have joined the rapidly expanding VUE team. Dreyer, Garner, and Rinas will be based out of VUE’s headquarters in Escondido, CA.
According to Ken Berger, VUE founder, and CEO, the new hires will play a key part in the company’s aggressive growth trajectory.

The VUE at NAMM 2018 – Press Release

VUE at NAMM: New Product Previews and Top Industry Talent Frame the Future of Live Sound Innovation in Booth #14501

VUE Audiotechnik will be exhibiting at the NAMM Show later this month – January 25-28 – to preview a bevy of new technologies and products planned for 2018 and beyond. Exhibiting on the show floor for the first time in the new Anaheim Convention Center North (ACC North). VUE descion to increase our precese at NAMM was based on  NAMM’s increased commitment to sound reinforcement and touring technologies. VUE’s booth will also host a series of stage appearances called InnerVUEs

NAMM: New Product Previews and Top Industry Talent Frame the Future of Live Sound

NAMM: New Product Previews and Top Industry Talent Frame the Future of Live Sound

In addition to product previews, VUE hosted a series of InnerVUEs — presentations and Q&A sessions with top industry touring engineers, sound designers, and technology innovators. InnerVUEs took place on the first, second and third days of the show.

VUE Delivers the Future at HUBweek Boston

High Output Inc. and VUE triumph over uniquely challenging venue configuration

December 21st, 2017 – Escondido, Ca. – Geodesic domes and shipping containers were innovatively transformed into a futuristic staging ground for Boston’s third annual HUBweek this past October at City Hall Plaza. The festival brought together more than 50,000 of the most creative and inventive minds in art, science, and technology for demonstrations, performances, and workshops devoted to attacking big problems in our society. The main focus on making life better and improving the human condition at both a local and global level.

VUE Powers Landmark Italian Summer Mengo Music Festival

al-Class precise coverage and sonic character drives increasingly loyal engineer fan base.

December 8th, 2017 – Escondido, Ca. – Tucked in the foothills 50 miles southeast of Florence, the 13th-annual Mengo Music Fest in Arezzo took place this past July. Sinergie supplied a VUE system to support more than 30 Italian, European, and international indie-rock and electronic acts performing over the course of the four-day, free music festival. Headliners included The Zen Circus, Fast Animals and Slow Kids, Levante, and Salmo.