|A group of Nashville-based musicians assembled as The Cunningham Willis Consortium performed live on the evening of the second day of recent Bose RoomMatch demo sessions at Ben’s Studio in Nashville.|
Nashville, TN (May 12, 2014)—Bose Professional Systems recently held three days of events in Nashville to demonstrate its RoomMatch modules. Studio designer/system integrator Steve Durr oversaw the educational sessions held at Ben’s Studio, the former RCA Studio A now owned by singer-songwriter and producer Ben Folds.
The demonstrations featured in-depth discussions of RoomMatch systems; a highlight was the second day’s performance from a group of Nashville-based musicians assembled as The Cunningham Willis Consortium (mixed by Durr). The group underscored the system’s range by performing a variety of musical styles, with a number of different singers sharing lead vocals while Durr mixed as front-of-house engineer.
For these demos, two RM7010s, two RM9010s, two RM9020s, two RM12020s and two RMS218 subs were used for the house system, while a half-dozen RMU208 modules were used as floor monitors for the band. A total of five Bose PowerMatch PM8500N amps provided amplification for the system, and processing was handled by a Bose ControlSpace ESP-88 engineered sound processor and CC-64 Control Center.
“As an engineer and designer, I felt that it was important to let people hear and experience a RoomMatch system for themselves first hand,” said Durr. “Our Nashville event clearly let attendees hear what is possible from a PA system if it is designed properly, and Bose totally nailed it with RoomMatch.”
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