Hungary Palace of the Arts Gets Midas KT System

Budapest (February 20, 2007)--The Palace of Arts in Hungary is a popular venue for the arts in Budapest; its Béla Bartók National Concert Hall can accommodate 1,699 people, while the 452-seater Festival Theatre hosts everything from classical music concerts, chamber operas, jazz concerts and world music to light music events and prose performances. Now a Midas and Klark Teknik monitoring system consisting of a Siena 480 mixing console with 16 channel Helix digital EQ are being used as a mobile system that will commute between the two venues.
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Budapest (February 20, 2007)--The Palace of Arts in Hungary is a popular venue for the arts in Budapest; its Béla Bartók National Concert Hall can accommodate 1,699 people, while the 452-seater Festival Theatre hosts everything from classical music concerts, chamber operas, jazz concerts and world music to light music events and prose performances.

Now a Midas and Klark Teknik monitoring system consisting of a Siena 480 mixing console with 16 channel Helix digital EQ are being used as a mobile system that will commute between the two venues.
Posing with the Palace of the Arts' new monitor system are (l-r): Zoltán Varga (sound engineer), Andrew Kerekes (Bluesound), Gábor Ligeti (head of sound, Palace of Arts), László Schmidt (sound engineer).The Palace's new monitor system consists of a KT digital EQ comprising four DN9344E Helix Quad EQ Units and one DN9331 RAPIDE graphic remote control. The EQ is connected to the Siena console using the Midas STS (Solo Tracking System).

Midas
www.midasconsoles.com

Klark-Teknik
www.klarkteknik.com