Miami, FL (September 28, 2010)--Grand Central, a 10,000 square foot Miami club,recently upgraded its audio system with a variety of Adamson systems.
Grand Central's technical consultants, the Miami based Beachsound, chose the systems following a demo held by Adamson's director of Marketing & Sales, Jesse Adamson. The company’s applications engineer, Ewan McDonald, executed the system set-up and tuning, as well as explained Adamson's approach to sound philosophy, and its application for the specific venue.
Adamson provided Grand Central with eight Metrix, two Metrix Ws, eight Metrix Subs, two T21 Subs, two Point 12's, two Point 15s, three Point 215s, a single M212 wedges, and four M12 wedges. The main PA is flown, with the T21 subs placed on the ground. The rest are used as stage monitors and various zone fills as a part of their design. The entire system is powered with Lab.gruppen amplifiers and processed with XTA's.
“Working with Adamson’s team was fantastic.,” said Beachsound account executive Paolo Mangones. “Their attention to every detail and willingness to go above and beyond the clients’ expectations really made it a phenomenal experience for everyone. The system and its design works exceptionally well in this venue.”
The sound design was executed by consultant Titus Woodham , Grand Central’s technical director, with input provided by Adamson's design team. “Our room will shake you to the core,” said Titus. “The Metrix arrays are exceptionally responsive all the way from the meaty low mids to the crispness at the top.” There are a few snags still to be worked out as the venue's concrete industrial design produces some serious reflective surfaces. The design team is currently working on architectural elements which will clean up the room sound to achieve the club's full potential.
Adamson Systems Engineering