ISP Wedges Into Clark Center

Arroyo Grande, CA (April 4, 2008)--One of the busiest performance spaces in San Luis Obispo County, The Clark Center for the Performing Arts keeps up a schedule of professional and community performing arts programs. Barry Hamlin, manager of theaters, recently purchased ISP Technologies TriWedge floor monitors as part of a new stage sound system for the venue.
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The Clark Center recently purchased a half-dozen ISP Technologies TriWedge floor monitors.Arroyo Grande, CA (April 4, 2008)--One of the busiest performance spaces in San Luis Obispo County, The Clark Center for the Performing Arts keeps up a schedule of professional and community performing arts programs. Barry Hamlin, manager of theaters, recently purchased ISP Technologies TriWedge floor monitors as part of a new stage sound system for the venue.

"We find that the Tri-wedges provide us with a high-quality product which will put out enough smooth, high quality signal which can bring you to the pain level well before you reach the feedback threshold," said Hamlin. "Paired with our new Yamaha M7CL desk, we feel we can provide the most high-end stage feed available anywhere. We are anxious to use them in our upcoming shows with the legendary Glenn Yarbough later this month as well as Cleo Laine, Jack Jones and the Duke Ellington Orchestra during the rest of our season. I expect to add some of these wedges to my own sound company next year."

Located on the Central Coast of California between Los Angeles and San Francisco, the Clark Center has hosted many touring companies over the past six years. The Peking Acrobats, Moscow Boys Choir, Bee Hive, Copacabana, Leon Redbone and Leo Kottke are typical of the tours that pick up dates here at the Clark Center. The Broadway musical, Peter Pan, will also be performed at the Clark Center this year.

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