Nexo Geo T Rocks the Range

Columbus, OH (June 28, 2010)--Logic Systems Sound and Lighting of St. Louis, MO recently provided a Nexo Geo T line array for the two-day ‘Rock on the Range’ Festival in Columbus, OH.
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Columbus, OH (June 28, 2010)--Logic Systems Sound and Lighting of St. Louis, MO recently provided a Nexo Geo T line array for the two-day ‘Rock on the Range’ Festival in Columbus, OH.

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Bands performing included Sevendust, Theory of a Deadman, Puddle of Mudd, Drowning Pool, 3 Days Grace, Deftones, Apocolyptica, 5 Finger Death Punch, Slash, Seether, Godsmack, Rob Zombie, and Limp Bizkit. Approximately 100,000 attended the late May hard rock event at Crew Soccer Stadium in Columbus, OH--the largest ROTR event of the four held to date.

For this year’s Festival, believed to be the largest implementation of a Nexo Geo T rig ever, Logic Systems sub-rented some of the main cabinets and power from ESI Audio (Tampa, FL). The system was designed to provide even coverage out to 450 feet; SPL averaged between 115 and 120 db, with peaks in the 124db range. Doug Fowler, Fowler Audio, was on hand to help with system tuning and alignment.

“The sound quality and overall performance were nothing less than stunning,” said Chip Self, President of Logic Systems Sound & Lighting, Inc. “Without exception, the guest engineers were very impressed with the system's performance. In fact, most artist engineers did little, or no, system EQ.”

Logic Systems provided 24 NEXO CD-18s, 20 NX242 processors and two Yamaha PM5D-RH digital audio consoles to complete the NEXO/Yamaha portion of the audio.

Logic Systems Sound and Lighting, Inc.
www.logicsound.com

ESI Audio
www.esiaudio.com

Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc. / Nexo
www.yamahaca.com