• June 12, 2013

    Featured Installations

    QSC Active Line Arrays & Loudspeakers Installed In Moscow's Red Square

    Moscow, Russia (June 2013) — A QSC KLA loudspeaker system, supplied by QSC Russian distributor MixArt, provided sound reinforcement on Moscow's Red Square, in front of two of the world's most instantly recognizable buildings, the Kremlin's Spasskaya Tower and St Basil's Cathedral, during the festivities to herald the run-up to the Moscow Open, the Russian capital's annual open-air basketball festival. This year, 16 teams are participating from all over Europe and the USA, and the temporary streetball area on Red Square allowed any member of the public to try their baller skills and get involved too. Comprising two arrays each of three KLA12 elements and two KLA181 subwoofers, the QSC line array was flown from a temporary roof erected over an open-air basketball court on the North side of Red Square from May 30th to June 2nd. Alexander Soloviev, Commercial Director at…

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  • June 11, 2013

    Featured Installations

    Q-Sys™ Takes Control of the A/V Systems at the Recently Renovated Temple Israel in Southern California

    Long Beach, CA (June 11, 2013) — Apex Audio, a professional audio design and supply company based in Huntington Beach, CA, recently completed an AV system installation at Temple Israel here,  that features audio processing and distribution as well as control of the video and lighting equipment with QSC Audio Q-Sys™ Core 500i DSP and routing system. The AV project—part of a year-long $5.8 million renovation and reconfiguration of the 25,300-sq.-ft. Reform synagogue—also includes the installation of AcousticDesign AD-C820 and AD-C152T ceiling speakers driven by CX Series two-channel amplifiers, which additionally power the main sanctuary’s soffit-mounted main PA speakers and monitors. “Temple Israel wanted a system that had one touch panel to control all of their audio and video equipment. Q-Sys has given them that, the system has all the features that they wanted to…

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  • June 11, 2013

    Featured Installations

    South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa in Las Vegas Builds to the Future with Complete QSC Audio System

    Las Vegas, NV (June 11, 2013) — South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa, the first mega-resort to be built south of McCarran Airport on the Las Vegas Strip, has installed a QSC Audio Q-Sys Core 500i network processor, CX Series amplification and AcousticDesign ceiling speakers to handle paging and P.A. in its recently expanded Arena and Equestrian Center. The resort, which purchased the QSC Audio components through Solotech Las Vegas, intends to extend the Q-Sys network into a $30 million bowling arena planned for completion at the beginning of 2016. The property opened at the very end of 2006, and added QSC Audio BASIS networked audio products to the resort, reports Jason Lein, South Point’s production manager.  “When we expanded the arena we took the opportunity to upgrade the processing in there from BASIS to the new Q-Sys 500i. The system has so much processing power…

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  • June 7, 2013

    Featured Installations

    Murphy Canyon Military Chapel Upgrades with QSC Audio

    San Diego, CA (June 7, 2013) — Audio-visual systems integrator CCS Presentation Systems, Inc. recently upgraded the Murphy Canyon Chapel, located in the Aero Ridge community of the Murphy Canyon Military Housing complex in San Diego, CA, with a comprehensive package of equipment from QSC Audio. The upgrade includes a Q-Sys™ Core 250i Integrated System Platform controlling  KLA Line Array Loudspeakers and K Series K10 active monitors in the main chapel, with AcousticDesign™  surface and ceiling-mount speakers powered by ISA Series Amplifiers in a smaller chapel and a community room.. CCS Presentation Systems provided design and integration, which also included a new control system and touch panels as well as video projector and screen improvements.   A QSC Q-Sys Core 250i with four mic and three output cards located in the building’s central control room provides…

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  • May 20, 2013

    Featured Installations

    NYC’s Tribeca Grand Hotel Upgrades Sound and Systems with QSC

    New York, NY (May 20, 2013) — The recent installation of a QSC Q-Sys™ Core 250i processing and management system has significantly improved sound quality and user control to the bar, restaurant, lounge and lobby areas of the boutique Tribeca Grand Hotel. Systems integrator Canal Sound & Light, in consultation with Danny Taylor, a freelance audio contractor and nightclub designer, installed the Q-Sys system along with more than two dozen of QSC AcousticDesign™ surface- and ceiling-mount loudspeakers powered by QSC CX Series amplifiers. Located in a fashionable lower Manhattan residential neighborhood, the Tribeca Grand has been a major Manhattan nightlife attraction for more than a decade, but their audio system was beginning to show its age, according to Jeffrey Kwan, Vice President at Canal Sound & Light. “A lot of newer hotels have popped up since then with better…

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  • May 15, 2013

    Products & Solutions

    Hollywood Reporter Talks About Colosseum Sound

    Check out this article, which was published in April by the Hollywood Reporter.

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  • April 30, 2013

    Corporate

    Colossal Sound at CinemaCon 2013

    As the loudspeaker and amplifier supplier to CinemaCon 2013, QSC Audio products were used to create what might have been the largest cinema sound system ever assembled, for special studio screenings and product reels at CinemaCon 2013. CinemaCon, which convened April 15 through 18 in Las Vegas, is the official convention of NATO (National Association of Theatre Owners), and is the world’s largest cinema trade event.  Each year at CinemaCon, the major motion picture distributors and studios preview their upcoming releases for this gathering of the world’s theatre owners and operators.  The venue for this year’s screenings was Caesar’s Palace Colosseum, a massive 4,298-seat performance space, which opened ten years ago as the “home” for world-class artists such as Celine Dion, Elton John, and Rod Stewart. Turning the Colosseum into a giant movie theatre was no small…

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  • April 24, 2013

    Corporate

    Paul Brink Joins QSC

    QSC Audio Products is pleased to announce that Paul Brink has joined the company as Cinema Sales Engineer. In his new role, Brink will be responsible for support the sales efforts of QSC cinema dealers and end users (theaters, cinemas, studios, etc.) by providing product training, technical and sales support.  Paul has an extensive background in the cinema post-production business.  Paul worked for several years at Lucasfilm, Ltd., as Systems Engineer for the THX Digital Mastering program.  His credits include Star Wars I, for which he supervised telecine, quality assurance and theatre set-up for the digital cinema release.  Prior to joining QSC, Paul was Re-Recording Engineer/Sound Editor at 20th Century Fox Studios in Century City, CA, where he was responsible for the final digital audio file used for DVD, Blu-ray, digital delivery and archive.  Brink has a degree…

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  • April 7, 2013

    Corporate

    QSC Cinema on the Road in Las Vegas

    This 40-foot mobile billboard, provided by ionRepublic, will be on the streets of Las Vegas around Caesar’s Palace, site of the upcoming CinemaCon 2013 during the week of April 15 through April 18. The bus is helping to promote QSC Cinema Audio Solutions, as well as several of the new products to be displayed in the QSC Cinema Audio Solutions booth during the show.  If you’re planning to attend CinemaCon 2013, visit the QSC booth 613F

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  • March 28, 2013

    Software

    QSC Offers Complete Control

    Costa Mesa, CA (March 28,2013)—QSC Audio Products, LLC is pleased to announce the introduction of DCPNet, a powerful software application which provides comprehensive network-based monitoring and control for multiple QSC digital cinema processors and DCA amplifiers – both individually as well as simultaneously all on one screen. DCPNet makes it possible to monitor and adjust most DCP processor settings for any theatre or even an entire multiplex from within the theatre itself, an office location, or anywhere else with network access.  Along with volume, mute and audio preset control, DCPNet allows the user to turn QSC DCA Cinema Amplifiers on and off and monitor amplifier operating conditions like temperature and impedance loading.  Control presets allow the use of relays in the DCP Digital Cinema Processor and DXP Digital Expansion Processor to control external…

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  • March 19, 2013

    Corporate

    QSC Strengthens its Sales and Marketing Teams with Senior Management Promotions

    Costa Mesa, CA (March 19, 2013) – QSC Audio Products, LLC. is pleased to announce the promotions of several senior managers to new leadership roles within its powerful global sales and marketing teams. Gina Bergmann has been promoted to Senior Director, Sales Operations and US Sales; David Fuller has been promoted to Senior Director, International Sales and Technical Marketing, and Ray van Straten has been promoted to Senior Director, Marketing Communications and Training Education. “I am very excited about these management changes and the opportunities they represent for our company’s future,” states Joe Pham, QSC President and CEO. “David, Gina and Ray each have proven track records of success, building teams from the ground up and being advocates for approaching our business differently. In addition, they all have a strong background in sales which gives them a…

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  • March 19, 2013

    Featured Installations

    QSC Spreads The Word At Shore Church, New Zealand

    Albany, Auckland, New Zealand (March 19, 2013) - Every Sunday the Shore Community Church congregates in the Albany Junior High School’s sports hall. This requires them to set up and pack down their own audio equipment before and after each service. In the past they had used an ageing, very large and heavy audio system. The challenge assigned to local installer Halogen Audio was to find a system that met the church’s high audio expectations whilst also meeting their requirements for portability and ease of set up. They tried out various options, but were only satisfied when Halogen Audio supplied a QSC KLA Active Line Array System, consisting of four KLA12 elements and two KW181 subwoofers. The church required an audio system that was suitable for both speech and the church band. It needed to provide high quality, even sound coverage across the large hall space, and…

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  • February 26, 2013

    Featured Installations

    QSC Speakers & Amps Score With Style At The Reborn Hotel Victoria

    Donetsk, Ukraine, Europe (February 26, 2013) – The Victoria Hotel Conference Center is the finest venue in Donetsk, capital of the Donets Basin region of the Ukraine. It is also situated very close to the Donbass Arena, home of local soccer heroes (and 2009 UEFA Cup winners) FC Shakhtar Donetsk (FCSD), and one of the venues for last year's Euro 2012 tournament. In preparation for Euro 2012, which saw a sizeable portion of the UEFA delegation staying at the Victoria, the hotel was thoroughly refurbished and all of its audio systems were renewed throughout. Odessa-based installer Real Music, who are also the QSC distributor for Ukraine, were responsible for installing all of the PA/VA speakers and systems. A QSC ILA line array comprising 16 WL2082-i elements (eight left, eight right) and four WL118-sw subwoofers was used in the main conference hall at the Victoria,…

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  • February 19, 2013

    Featured Installations

    QSC Systems Grace International Award-winning Danish Hotel

    Copenhagen, Denmark, Europe (Feb 19, 2013) – The award-winning Bella Sky Comwell hotel in the Danish capital Copenhagen chose the Q-Sys™ integrated platform from QSC to route and manage much of its extensive audio infrastructure, from background music to conference audio. The instantly recognisable hotel, with its dual 'leaning towers' design, was built in late 2011 as part of the Bella Center Conference venue on Amager, the island off Copenhagen where the city's main airport and the Danish access to the international bridge and tunnel across the Øresund (Gravel Sound) to Sweden are situated. Since opening it has won several accolades, including an International Hotel Award for Best Architecture in Europe for its unique 'twisted pair' of towers, which are designed to ensure more guests obtain an uninterrupted view of of the capital in one direction, or the impressive…

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  • February 13, 2013

    Featured Installations

    Iowa City High Opens New Performing Arts Wing with Audio Controlled by Q-Sys™ Cores 250i

    Iowa City, IA (February 2013) — City High School in Iowa City, IA, recently opened a new performing arts wing that features Q-Sys™ Core 250i integrated cores in music rehearsal rooms with QSC GX5 power amplifiers powering the installed loudspeakers. The new wing built at a cost of over $6 million is designed to accommodate rehearsal rooms for the band, orchestra and choir and the more than 500 students in the school’s music and performing arts programs. In addition to the rehearsal rooms, the facility hosts a suite of smaller practice spaces, classrooms and other support amenities. Douglass Communications of Ottumwa, IA, provided design and integration services for the installed sound systems. “We wanted a solution that would enable us to control everything off of an iPad,” explains Matthew Bresch, senior technician and systems designer at Douglass Communications. “So…

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  • February 5, 2013

    Featured Installations

    Saddle Up Saloon and Dancehall Fills the Floor with QSC KW Series Loudspeakers

    Indianapolis, IN (February 5, 2013) — The Saddle Up Saloon and Dancehall, headquartered near Chicago in Aurora, IL, recently expanded its operation, opening a second location in Indianapolis, IN. Located near the Castleton Square Mall, close to Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport, the new 13,440-sq.-ft. venue features three bars, a stage, and a 3,000-sq.-ft. dance floor with sound from a  QSC KW Series Active Loudspeaker System. Local integrator Sean Wooldridge, a former sales engineer at Sweetwater Sound in Fort Wayne, IN and graduate of the Music Production and Engineering program at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, installed the QSC system at the new Western-themed dance club. Even with the massive size of the dance floor, the power and coverage of the KW Series speakers allowed Wooldridge to achieve excellent coverage and intelligibility with a…

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  • January 24, 2013

    Products & Solutions

    Drummer Dave Weckl Joins the K for Musicians Family

    Costa Mesa, CA (January 24, 2013) — QSC Audio Products, LLC is pleased to welcome drummer Dave Weckl into the K for Musicians family. A professional drummer since the age of 16, Weckl has been performing for nearly three decades with a diverse selection of artists, getting his first major break with Simon and Garfunkel on the duo’s 1983 tour. After being introduced to the QSC K Series at the 2012 NAMM Show, Weckl auditioned a system at the company’s Costa Mesa headquarters and selected a system for himself comprised of a pair of KW122’s and a single KSub. “My rig sounds fantastic with very little, if any, EQ on the speakers,” reports Weckl. “The K Series reproduce my acoustic drum sound in a very natural, yet very high fidelity, manner. And the headroom is unbelievable; the rig has much more power than I ever use on stage.” According to Weckl, his KW Series setup…

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  • January 24, 2013

    Products & Solutions

    Rolling Stones’ Bass Player Darryl Jones Joins the K for Musicians Family

    Costa Mesa, CA (January 24, 2013) — QSC Audio Products, LLC is pleased to welcome bassist Darryl Jones to the rapidly expanding list of musicians who have joined the K for Musicians family. A celebrated musician who has played with some of the most acclaimed artists, in jazz, blues, and the rock music worlds, Jones is the bassist for The Rolling Stones. Jones had his first introduction to the K Series and KW Series while on tour, interestingly, by two drummers – Omar Hakim and Dave Weckl. “Omar Hakim told me he was playing his electronic drum kit through a QSC rig and recommended it to me. Then I was out on tour with Oz Noy and Dave Weckl, who was using it for his drum monitoring system. When I heard what was he was doing with it, I asked him to hook me up with guys at QSC,” says Jones. According to Jones, his bass rig, consisting of a pair of KW122s and a KW181…

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  • January 24, 2013

    Products & Solutions

    Leading Music Artists Join the QSC K for Musicians Family

    Costa Mesa, CA (January 24, 2013) — QSC Audio Products, LLC is very pleased to announce of the addition of several acclaimed musicians to their rapidly expanding K for Musicians family, including songwriter, keyboardist, and longtime ‘Journey’ member Jonathan Cain, ‘The Rolling Stones’ bassist Darryl Jones, keyboardist Salo Loyo, drummer Dave Weckl and guitarist Dweezil Zappa. According to Darryl Jones, his bass rig, consisting of a pair of KW122s and a KW181 subwoofer, gives him a clean, powerful sound which is extremely versatile to suit the many different types of music he regularly plays.  “Because I am involved in a lot of different kinds of music--rock and roll, electronic jazz, sounds with synth bass, solo projects with effects-- I always try to find the sound that fits the music I am playing. For rock and roll sounds, I use a tube amp sound. I find that I can…

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  • January 24, 2013

    Products & Solutions

    Jonathan Cain Joins the QSC K Family

    Costa Mesa, CA (January 24, 2013) — QSC Audio Products, LLC is pleased to welcome songwriter, keyboardist, longtime ‘Journey’ member Jonathan Cain into the K for Musicians family. Cain first discovered the KW Series when looking for a PA system for his daughter. “I started with the K’s when my daughter Madison, who is a singer, needed a PA to do gigs around town. This was my first QSC experience, and I was amazed at the vocal presence, they are great vocal monitors,” says Cain. “My wife also likes to have dance parties, so I set them up at home and bought the big sub. Once again, I was amazed at the way that the K’s can really rock. I don’t think for the money, they can be beat. You would have to spend three, four times that amount of money to get something to come close.” At Addiction Sound Studios in Nashville, Cains’ studio with fellow engineer, producer and…

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