Heil Sound Lectrosonics Renkus-Heinz Roland Team At NAMM

Anaheim, CA (January 10, 2008)--Heil Sound, Lectrosonics, Renkus-Heinz, and Roland Systems Group are co-sponsoring a NAMM party on Saturday, January 19th, 2007 at the Sheraton Park Hotel. The Johnny Hiland Band as well as Eagles tribute band Hotel California will perform, and expectations are high that some of Bob Heil's industry friends will be making guest appearances. Performers will be heard through the various manufacturers' equipment.
Author:
Publish date:

Anaheim, CA (January 10, 2008)--Heil Sound, Lectrosonics, Renkus-Heinz, and Roland Systems Group are co-sponsoring a NAMM party on Saturday, January 19th, 2007 at the Sheraton Park Hotel. The Johnny Hiland Band as well as Eagles tribute band Hotel California will perform, and expectations are high that some of Bob Heil's industry friends will be making guest appearances. Performers will be heard through the various manufacturers' equipment.

For instance, the new Lectrosonics UTPR20, which combines the capsule from Heil Sound's legendary PR20 dynamic microphone with Lectrosonics' UT Series Digital Hybrid Wireless transmitters will make its first public appearance during the evening.
Similarly, Renkus-Heinz will provide the sound reinforcement system, showcasing its new EASERA SysTune Live Sound Measurement Software. Additionally, the Lectrosonics TM400 Wireless System for Test and Measurement will be used as an integral part of the system.

Music will be mixed on the new M-400 V-Mixing System from Roland Systems Group. The 48-channel all-digital console features 16 buses, channel and bus DSP, 4 stereo FX processors, 4 graphic EQs, built-in stereo recording and playback, and a built in multi-channel split port. Additionally, the company's Digital Snake system, which facilitates audio transport of up to 160 channels of high quality 24-bit/96kHz audio over standard Cat5e cable will be used for all primary audio signals during the evening's performance.

Karl Winkler, Lectrosonics Director of Business Development, who is spearheading the coordination of the party, commented on the companies involved in this endeavor. "The combination of products used in support of the musical performance at this party amounts to what may very well be the most advanced live sound reinforcement system currently available. Everyone involved in this effort is committing considerable resources, expertise, and time to make this party happen. I'm confident this event will be one rockin' party that will also attract the attention of numerous industry heavyweights because of the technology being utilized."

The event's co-sponsors will be handing out passes to the party at their respective NAMM exhibits (Heil Sound: Hall A, booth #6849, Lectrosonics: Hall E, booth #1206, Roland Systems Group: Hall D, booth #2664). The party will include a cash bar.

Lectrosonics
www.lectrosonics.com