Cirque Estefan and REM Highlight Le Mobile Activity

Vista, CA (November 13, 2003)--Early autumn saw Le Mobile shuttling back and forth between Southern California and Las Vegas to record some of the hottest acts in entertainment--all kinds of entertainment. In late September, owner/engineer Guy Charbonneau parked Le Mobile behind the fabulous New York, New York Casino in Las Vegas to record the music for Zumanity, the provocative new show from Cirque du Soleil. This was the truck's fourth recording of music for a Cirque du Soleil production.
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Vista, CA (November 13, 2003)--Early autumn saw Le Mobile shuttling back and forth between Southern California and Las Vegas to record some of the hottest acts in entertainment--all kinds of entertainment. In late September, owner/engineer Guy Charbonneau parked Le Mobile behind the fabulous New York, New York Casino in Las Vegas to record the music for Zumanity, the provocative new show from Cirque du Soleil. This was the truck's fourth recording of music for a Cirque du Soleil production.

A few weeks later, Le Mobile was back in Vegas to record Gloria Estefan's limited engagement at Ceasar's Palace, in Celine Dion's glittering Colosseum. The show was taped for HD Net presentation and future DVD release. Mix engineer was long-time Estefan associate Eric Schilling, with Charbonneau assisting.

Back in the L.A. basin, Le Mobile handled the mixing chores for a special live broadcast of REM from Hollywood's intimate Avalon Theater. Two days later, Charbonneau and the truck were nearby at the Universal Amphitheater to track three shows by the Latin rock supergroup, Maná.

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