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VUE AUDIOTECHNIK FOR 2015 AT&T MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER ALL-STAR WEEK

Now in its 20th year, the annual MLS (Major League Soccer) All-Star Game spotlights the league’s best players, and this year’s event was no exception. The 2015 AT&T MLS All-Star Week boasted a full schedule of activities in the days leading up to the game, with Skyline Park in downtown Denver serving as the nucleus of the festivities. The site’s Main Stage featured a full complement of al-8 High Output Line Array Systems, al-4 Subcompact Line Array Systems, hs-28 Dual 18-inch ACM Subwoofer Systems and hm-112 High Definition Stage Monitor Systems from VUE Audiotechnik. CODE FOUR, of Huntington Beach, California, and H.A.S. Productions, of Las Vegas, exclusively supplied the staging and audio in support of a variety of diverse events, such as the electro-tropical sounds of Bomba Estéreo, MLS Movie Night and concerts from Capital Cities and Aloe Blacc.

Vince Gill Carries VUE Loudspeakers on Tour With Sound Image

Country music legend Vince Gill uses a streamlined approach to touring, using house sound systems in virtually every venue he plays. To ensure the full coverage and sound quality that fans expect, production manager and FOH engineer Hugh Johnson carries VUE Audiotechnik loudspeakers to complement whatever “PA du jour ” the tour may encounter.
Johnson acknowledges that it’s unusual to select a new loudspeaker brand for an established artist like Vince Gill. “It true, but I heard them demoed and was intrigued. There’s this clarity and musicality about them that I haven’t had before,” he says. “I brought some into Sound Image Nashville, and every model sounded great right out of the box. The more I heard, the more I liked them.”

VUE AUDIOTECHNIK FOR TWO CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL STAGES

Originally known as Fan Fair, a meet-and-greet event for local music fans in Nashville, the CMA Music Festival has evolved into major annual party with attendees from all 50 states and upwards of 20 foreign countries.
Every night, the big stars shine in major concerts at the newly renamed Nissan Stadium, home of the NFL Tennessee Titans. During daylight hours, free music abounds, with a combination of public stages spreading from the grassy shore of the Cumberland River and across downtown Nashville’s parks, plazas, and streets.
The Nashville office of Sound Image is one of the primary audio suppliers for the festival, providing audio for the nightly stadium concerts, two of the free music venues downtown, and multiple satellite events, such as the temporary outdoor stage at the Grand Ole Opry. Sound Image outfitted that stage, along with the official Belk Park stage for up-and-coming country artists, with PA systems from VUE Audiotechnik.

VUE AUDIOTECHNIK DELIVERS DYNAMIC SOUND AT BOTTLEROCK FESTIVAL

For the third straight year, BottleRock Festival in Napa Valley welcomed more than 100,000 music, food and wine enthusiasts to a unique gathering of top musical acts, celebrity chefs and master sommeliers. The 2015 lineup of more than 70 acts featured Robert Plant, Snoop Dogg, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Public Enemy, No Doubt and Imagine Dragons performing on five different stages. One of those stages — the Miner Family Winery Stage — featured an exclusive lineup of VUE Audiotechnik products including al-Class Line Array Systems for mains, h-Class subwoofers, side-fills and stage monitors, and V Series System Engines for amplification. The immense undertaking of complete technical production for BottleRock from staging to sound to video & lighting was provided by Delicate Productions, with Jason Alt, president of Delicate Productions, and George Edwards, GM of San Francisco facility of Delicate Productions at the reigns.

VUE AUDIOTECHNIK DELIVERS WINNING SOUND FOR THE VOICE NORWAY 2015

Held at the H3 Arena in Fornebu, The Voice Norway 2015 employed a state-of-the-art sound system from VUE Audiotechnik, designed and installed by avonlyd as. OB Team was in charge of the complete broadcast production including sound production with avonlyd as and Tor Erik Johansen orchestrating the live studio sound production as the sub-contractor. The vocal competition, produced by Nordisk Film TV and Kurder King Production AS, spanned a period of several months, starting earlier this year with blind audition rounds, then narrowing the field to 40 contestants, and ultimately down to a single vocalist. On June 5 — the final night of the vocal competition — it was announced that Yvonne Nordvik Siversten was the winner.