Dolby Lake Processors Say Yahoo

Los Angeles (February 1, 2007)--Everyone's getting into the internet broadcasting game, but some, like Yahoo, have been there for a while. With the company's Yahoo! Music service growing by leaps and bounds, it has created a web series, Live Sets, which presents concerts shot in Los Angeles. Key to the shows' FOH set up are Dolby Lake Processors.
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Los Angeles (February 1, 2007)--Everyone's getting into the internet broadcasting game, but some, like Yahoo, have been there for a while. With the company's Yahoo! Music service growing by leaps and bounds, it has created a web series, Live Sets, which presents concerts shot in Los Angeles. Key to the shows' FOH set up are Dolby Lake Processors.
Pictured (l-r): Miguel Hadelich, Ian Dittbrenner, Hanson HsuThe Live Sets soundstage, located at the 20th Century Fox lot in Los_Angeles, made its debut in late 2006 with a performance by Christina Aguilera and has since hosted artists such as Tony Bennett, Incubus, Beck and John Legend. The live music performances, interspersed with audience Q&A segments, are filmed in HD and are made available for streaming over the internet via Yahoo! Music.

Dolby Laboratories' Live Sound applications engineer, Miguel Hadelich (left), recently completed set up of four wirelessly-controlled Dolby Lake Processors installed to manage the L-Acoustics P.A. speaker and Clair Brothers Audio monitor systems at Yahoo! Music's Nissan-sponsored_Live Sets venue. Ian Dittbrenner (center), audio director, senior original content producer and production systems analyst, Yahoo! Music, designed the Digidesign VENUE-based performance sound and audio recording systems with the aid of Delta H Design, headed by Hanson Hsu (right), who also acoustically designed the performance space set.

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